0114 255 7331
 

Exam Invigilator

Salary: £8.54 per hour, on a part-time casual basis

We are currently looking to expand our team of examination invigilators. You will be responsible for ensuring that examinations held in school are run to strict regulations.  Duties include preparing examination rooms, supervising students and distributing and collecting exam papers.  The role also includes scribing or reading for students who have qualified for access arrangements because of special educational needs and disabilities.

The ideal candidate will be organised, reliable, have excellent attention to detail and the ability to remain calm under pressure.  Applicants must be able to understand and implement examination board regulations to the standards required.  Previous experience is desirable but not essential as training will be given.  It is expected that successful candidates will attend training sessions and meetings in school as required.  

Invigilators need to be flexible in their approach to hours of work to fit around the exam timetable as exam sessions vary in length.  You will be required to work during the main exam season in May and June but also periodically throughout the school year to assist with internal school assessments.

For a confidential and informal discussion, please contact Mrs Dickenson, Exams Officer, on 0114 255 7331.  Visits to the school are welcomed and warmly encouraged.

Application forms and further details are available in the download section to the right of this page.  Completed application forms should be returned to Emma Staley (HR and Admin Manager) at estaley@newfield.sheffield.sch.uk.  

Please note we operate safer recruitment and we do not accept CV’s, all applicants must complete an application form in full.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will therefore be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring check in line with the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROA) 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 and the Police Act Regulations.