SOUTH CHINGFORD FOUNDATION SCHOOL
CHINGFORD ACADEMIES TRUST
Exam Invigilators *3
Start Date: January 2022
Rate of pay: £13.06 per hour
South Chingford Foundation School is seeking to appoint Exam Invigilators to assist with the running of all internal and public examinations at the school, including GCSE’s and BTEC.
The job will involve setting up the exam hall, handing out exam papers, recording attendance of students taking exams, controlling the exam test environment, ensuring all exam guidelines are adhered to, collecting the exam papers in at the end of the exam and securely handing over to the senior exams invigilator or Exam Officer.
We are looking to recruit honest, trustworthy and reliable individuals, who can demonstrate excellent communication skills. You should be able to demonstrate a good standard of written and spoken English.
The post would be ideally suited to applicants who are able to work flexible daytime hours. It is essential that they are available for pre public/mock exam sessions in November/December and February /March and between 1st May and Mid July for the statutory summer exam series. Sessions are allocated across the invigilation team subject to availability. Full training will be provided and working hours will be negotiated for each exam period.
If you are interested in developing your career and joining a hardworking, committed and supportive staff, then please download our recruitment pack.
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