We are looking to recruit Exam Invigilators on a casual basis to join our team of staff conducting internal and external examinations for our students. To be successful in this role you will have good attention to detail; be flexible with work hours; will have excellent time keeping and organisational skills. Experience is not necessary, as full training will be provided throughout the year to ensure high standards are maintained. However, it is desirable that applicants will be confident in filling in official documents and forms to a high standard and computer literate. Applicants should be available throughout the year on an ad-hoc basis. Our main exam times during the year are November and December; March; and May through to the end of July. There may also be ad-hoc days to invigilate smaller internal exams.
The role of an invigilator is key to ensuring Co-op Academy Leeds examinations are run efficiently and effectively for our students. All exams are expected to run in accordance with JCQ regulations and procedures. Tasks include, preparing exam rooms; distributing exam papers and necessary equipment; advising students of exam conditions and ensuring all regulatory requirements are adhered to. This role may be carried out as a team of invigilators to a large number of students, or as an individual invigilator to a smaller number of candidates. After the exam, you would be responsible for the safe collection of papers and ensuring that along with the exams officer, they are filed and recorded correctly to be sent off for marking.
This role would suit someone who is confident, trustworthy, adaptable and proactive. At times the role can be very fast paced and active.
Visit https://leeds.coopacademies.co.uk/vacancies for further info about the Academy and to download an application form.
Completed applications should be returned to Dianne Singleton – HR Admin Assistant – email@example.com before the closing deadline of 9.00.m. Friday 8th December 2023.
Co-op Academies Trust as an aware employer is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults as its number one priority. This commitment to robust recruitment, selection and induction procedures extends to organisations and services linked to the Trust on its behalf. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check. We value variety and individual differences, and aim to create a culture, environment and practices at all levels which encompass acceptance, respect and inclusion. All our colleagues are expected to demonstrate a commitment to Co-operative values and principles.
The above post is not a Leeds City Council vacancy and has been advertised on behalf of the relevant organisation. To apply please follow their application instructions.
This role is based in the UK. Employment is conditional on confirmation of the right to work in the UK - either as a UK or Irish citizen, under the EU Settlement scheme or having secured any other relevant work visa. If you do not have the right to work in the UK and the role does not meet eligibility for sponsorship, please consider carefully whether you meet the eligibility to apply.