- Expiring soon
- £8.49 per hour
- Job type:
- Part Time, Supply
- Apply by:
- 25 January 2018
This role requires you to invigilate both paper and online examinations. You will maintain the internal examination processes necessary during examination periods, to ensure compliance with the Joint Council’s Instructions for the Conduct of Examinations. You will ensure procedures are adhered to for the correct management of students before, during and on completion of examinations in liaison with the Examinations Office.
You will be organised with a proactive attitude, who is happy to both lead an examination as part of a team, or single-handedly where the need arises. You will also need to be PC literate and be able to understand and deliver different software applications for online examinations.
We are looking for individuals who are available throughout the year, with the potential to work several days a week (where demand requires), plus the occasional Saturday and evenings.
You will have proven interpersonal and communication skills as well as experience of working with young people. Ideally, you will also have experience of working in an examination environment.
There are no guaranteed minimum hours of work for this post. Please refer to the terms and conditions page within the job description for further details.
Closing date: 25 January 2018
Interview date: 13 February 2018
To apply, visit https://chichester.ac.uk/jobs or call Human Resources on 01243 537687 quoting reference HR4866.
All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check, which may include a check of the barred lists and any relevant overseas checks.
As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the role. We are an equal opportunities employer.
About Chichester College
- Chichester College
- Westgate Fields, Chichester
- West Sussex
- PO19 1SB
- United Kingdom
Chichester College is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational, general further education college situated in West Sussex. It is a 16-plus institution with two main sites in Chichester and Pulborough, plus further outreach centres in Bognor Regis, Littlehampton and Worthing. It has links to local employers, most of a small to medium size.
Chichester College of Arts, Science and Technology, as it was formerly known, opened in 1964. Chichester College has been offering work-based training since 1996. It has approximately 10,897 part-time learners and 3,732 full-time students.
Shelagh Legrave OBE
Values and vision
The Chichester College goal is to “change lives through learning”. It seeks to provide its students with the most relevant education, which will give them the greatest chance of success in the modern job market. The college is a friendly place that allows all students to be themselves, while challenging them to succeed to their highest ability.
“The extremely well-managed, highly successful and very large work-based learning provision enables significant numbers of learners training in the workplace to achieve their qualifications and to acquire very good technical skills and knowledge that have a notable impact on their job roles at work. The very high standards of assessment practice, meticulous progress reviews and excellent support provided by assessors are particularly influential in ensuring that a very high proportion of learners complete their training within the planned timescales. Learners achieve very high standards and succeed in gaining their qualifications as a result of inspirational teaching and learning.”
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