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Pay band: Hourly rate
Eligibility: The existing right to live and work in Ethiopia
Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
About IELTS Speaking Examiner
To carry out assessments for the IELTS Speaking module while maintaining the standards required by the IELTS Professional Support Network (PSN) and the British Council. The IELTS Speaking Examiner will be responsible for the delivery of IELTS oral interviews and will work closely with the examiner support teams.
Main accountabilities but not limited to the following:
Essential Requirements and Experience:
Note*: All qualifications must be validated by a reputable institution and accredited by a professional certification board. If requested, applicants are required to provide additional information regarding their qualifications (e.g. transcript, course curriculum, evidence of external validation, accreditation by a certification standards board, etc.).
Note**: ?Full-time teaching? is classified as a minimum of 14 hours of in-person teaching per week. Freelance and volunteer teaching are not included.