Examination Invigilator, Leeds

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The Stephen Longfellow AcademyLeeds

Date posted:
Start date: ASAP
Contract type: Part Time
Salary: B3 fixed point 18 (£9.37 per hour)
Contract term: Permanent

Examination Invigilators 

Location: The Stephen Longfellow Academy, Leeds, LS11 8PG

Start: ASAP

Salary: B3 fixed point 18 (£9.37 per hour) 

Key Focus:

To ensure the guidelines/regulations for the integrity and security of examination papers and procedures are followed during an examination session.

Candidates must have good communication skills, both written and verbal.  Previous experience of invigilation in either a school or college setting would be advantageous although not essential, as would basic IT skills.  

The number of hours and weeks when work is available will vary according to the exam timetable.

An application form can be downloaded from our website at www.tgat.org.uk/jobs/ or by emailing recruitment@stephenlongfellow.co.uk.   

CVs are not accepted.

Closing date for applications: Monday 25th March 2019 (9.00am)

Interviews held on Thursday 28th March 2019  

The Stephen Longfellow Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils, and expects all staff, governors and volunteers to share this commitment.  The successful candidate will be subject to enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks.  We promote diversity and want a work force which reflects the population of Leeds.



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More about The Stephen Longfellow Academy
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Type: Alternative Provision
Funding status: State - Free School
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 5 - 16 years
Address: Phoenix House, Global Avenue, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS11 8PG, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 113 468 5999
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The Stephen Longfellow Academy is named in honour of a colleague who worked across many schools in the Leeds city region and established an outstanding reputation as a man who cared deeply about the most vulnerable and most challenging pupils in our ...