Job Vacancy For Assistant Registrar (12 Positions) At West African Examinations Council

The West African Examinations Council, a sub-regional organization responsible for the conduct of a variety of examinations in the English-speaking West  African countries, invites applications from suitably qualified Ghanaians to fill the following vacant position at its Ghana National Office,

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

•   The successful candidates will be assigned duties in the Test Development or Test Administration Divisions

•   Producing of daily reports as required by user departments

Subject Areas:

•   English with Linguistics
•   Visual Arts
•   Mathematics
•   French
•   Geography
•   Religion
•   History
•   Ghanaian Language with Linguistics - Kwa & Gur Group (One each)
•   Economics
•   Biology
•   Agriculture

Qualification Required & Experience

•   Applicant must hold a good University Degree (at least Second Class Honours)
•   At least three years post  qualification teaching experience.

Desirable Attributes:

The applicant for the position must have the following demonstrable attributes. He/she must:

•   be results-oriented and have unquestionable integrity     .
•   have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
•   be a team player
•   have ability to build and maintain credible working relationships
•   be computer literate with typing skills
•   have leadership ability
•   have good organizational and co-ordination skills

Location: Accra

How To Apply For The Job

•   Interested candidates are requested to pick application forms from the Council's Headquarters, (HRM Secretariat, Room F3), behind Ridge Hospital, Accra.
•   Candidates may also download Application Forms from the Council's website at the following address; or
•   The completed application forms should be submitted not later than October 12, 2015 to the following address:

The Registrar
The West African Examinations Council
P.O. Box 125
Accra, Ghana

Attention: Deputy Director, HRM, Headquarters, Accra

Closing Date: 12 October, 2015