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11 questions about working at English Testing Canada
8 to 25 hours a week
Answered 27 May 2021
Think about what customer service means to you. What are some characteristics you think are necessary for this position. Why are you interrelated in the position. What are your hobbies.
Answered 25 March 2020
Casual. There’s no uniform
Answered 2 May 2022
Yes, the IELTS test is considered an essential service as it is used by the federal government for immigration applications.
Answered 25 June 2021
As ETC grows, many internal opportunities are generated. It is common to see part-timers getting a full-time position at the company and even becoming coordinators and managers.
Answered 27 May 2021
The company offers paid training for part-time employees, a fair salary rate, with parity. Professional ESL teachers receive training to become IELTS Examiners; newcomers and students can also find their first jobs as exam invigilators or administrative assistants.
Answered 27 May 2021
It is not always possible to work remotely as we work with secure, confidential test materials. It very much depends on one's role and the tasks they have to complete
Answered 27 May 2021
Once promoted to supervisor and that’s rare
Answered 18 September 2020
Relaxed and teamwork based
Answered 9 August 2020
It is good to have some experience teaching English as an Additional Language.
Answered 1 July 2020
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