Job number SUPP102789
Division/School Academic Registry
Contract type Honorary staff
Working pattern Full or Part time
Salary £9.60 per hour - £11.40 per hour
Closing date for applications 17-Dec-2017
Open to all general applicants
PLEASE NOTE: Although we welcome applications throughout the year, the exams work is seasonal so you may not be contacted about next steps immediately. During busy exam periods it is not possible for us to review applications, so we appreciate your patience during these times.
We are looking to recruit a number of professional, organised and flexible people to invigilate the University examinations. The role requires you to provide a professional examination service ensuring a calm environment to give candidates the best possible opportunity to be successful in their exams.
The work is on a casual basis, with work available mornings and afternoons, mainly in January, May, early June and late August/early September each year, but occasionally at other times when needed. You will be required to support both paper based and computer based examination processes and be able to travel to a variety of locations within the University estate.
Duties include supervising students taking examinations, preparing exam rooms and distributing and collecting exam papers. The ideal applicant will be highly organised, vigilant and reliable, have excellent attention to detail and have the ability to remain calm under pressure. We are particularly interested in applicants who are able to work flexible daytime hours.
Training will be provided.
Salary: £11.40 per hour for Chief Invigilators and £9.60 per hour for general invigilators (both plus holiday allowance)
If you are interested in applying for this role, please complete the Exams Invigilator application form (Office document, 104kB) and Additional information form (Office document, 78kB). Once fully completed, please email the two forms along with your CV to email@example.com clearly marking the email subject as â€˜Exams Invigilator Application.
Please use the Personal Statement section of the application form to explain why you are suited to the role, including any further information relevant to the person specification outlined above and the skills/experience you have.
You may be asked to carry out an online test which you can complete at home, and if shortlisted you will be invited to an interview with the Exams Office.
The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.