Contract Duration: 2 years renewable by mutual agreement
Location: Amman, Jordan
Contract type: locally appointed
Salary: 330 JOD with 2 additional months in Dec & June
Closing date: 28 December 2019
- Post holder must be a Jordanian or eligible to work in Jordan and have a work permit.
This position will provide safe, efficient and effective driving services to staff, consultants and visitors in support of
business operations and program needs of the British Council Jordan. Also provide a support to other Business
Operations tasks that include liaising with authorizes for obtaining documents, and completing British Council delivery
The British Council Jordan has been operating in Jordan for more than 70 years. The Jordan Directorate is a mixed economy operation with a very active Teaching Center, Exams operations, as well as Projects, and business support operations. British Council Jordan also implements a range of donor-funded projects that have an offsite presence and/or offices that require IT services, support. This range of operations requires a significant degree of IT support to ensure that these businesses meet their objectives and that we meet customer and stakeholder expectations. Information Technology needs and support ranges from day to day support, troubleshooting, ensuring that digital infrastructure is set up and operating during running of the businesses, liaising with our Global Services Desk to develop and implement IT policies and standards, and to ensure that Information Management policies are implemented, managed are reported on for Jordan.
Business administration support functions have undergone a recent restructuring to ensure a more focused level of service to the Jordan office. This post will report to the Business Administration Manager and will work with another IT coordinator to ensure that IT functions are served as per needs of the businesses in Jordan, and in accordance with British Council IT standards.
If you are interested in applying and feel that you are suitable for the role, please apply to the vacancy online before 28
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