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you are trained for certain level even then the situation comes, to your level and the next level learning never stops.

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What is the best part of working at the company?Learning never ends, and as you get polished at your assigned skills they evaluates and promotesWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?when facing unprofessionalism from coworkers but as long as you are under supervision of professional then that also ignorable. What is the work environment and culture like at the company?no matter what culture or environment we belong to we have to adhere to the SOPsWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?Focused and you dont miss any details for the smooth operations
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Amazing work environment

The British Council is an organisation which is perceived to have seasonal work. This is not the case at all. There is work thoroughout the year, from O and A level registration, to daily candidate queries via telephone/email and creating purchase orders on SAP ERP.Working at the British Council has helped me develop interpersonal skills and self confidence. I have also learned how to use SAP ERP to settle account payables. Be able to work in a team was one of the major requirements at the Council and this is something that I'm extremely good at. My co-workers at the British Council were more like friends, who at no point would let you be over burdened with a task, each and everyone would be ever willing to lend a helping hand to complete a task.Working as an examination services officer was very taxing at there are a lot of financial reprocussions as majority of the work revolves around registering candidates for O and A level examinations.The most enjoyable part of the job was the satisfation of knowing that thousands of candidates are able to appear for an internationally recognised qualification and being a part of making such a thing possible is amazing.


abundance of recreational activities available


major security issues because of the sensitivity of the council in pakistan
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Fun to manage candidates giving exams and facilitate them accordingly

A generally good experience in the field of management, crowd control and team work.
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i consider it only a part time job

the work is good and the fellow invigilators are nice and polite, however there is no job security and its seasonal , based on examinations, i wish to seek a job that is relating engineering.
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ETTE Project

To train other teachers that how to Teach English in English.Learned English language new techniques and methodologies that how to improve the Four skills of a learner.How to manage school and lessons.Co-workers were very friendly and i learned a lot from them.To convince other teachers to teach according the new techniques.Teach other teacher who are more senior and aged.


remunerations, new ideas, learn new things


worked for 8 hours
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It was english language testing by the british government where I gave tests
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4.1 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.7 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.6 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.8 out of 5 stars for Management
4.0 out of 5 stars for Culture
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