This role is one that can make a real difference, leading a team that will provide students with the best opportunity to achieve the qualifications they have studied so hard for. Exams are among the most important and stressful events in the life of any learner: that’s why it’s so important they are conducted in the correct way and our Invigilators are crucial to this process.
We are currently looking for additional Lead Invigilators, employed on a casual basis, to manage the running of exams for 250 to 360 students in our large exam halls. We are looking for candidates with availability during the main examination period (April to June), and for some examinations in November and January.
Joining an established team at this outstanding college, you will be running exams in a highly regulated environment. You will need to be a confident communicator with prior experience of leading a team, able to relate to learners and comfortable in a high-pressure environment. Your duties will include briefing, organising and overseeing your team of Invigilators, setting up examination rooms, and ensuring that the regulations for examination security and integrity are adhered to. Prior experience of invigilation and JCQ guidelines will be an advantage, however, full training will be provided.
The successful candidate will ideally be available to work between 08:00 and 17:00 during the exam season.
For full details please see the vacancies section on www.farnborough.ac.uk/working
Please return the completed application, employment declaration and equality monitoring forms, electronically to email@example.com by Sunday 17 November 2019.
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