Digital Examinations Invigilator - Uxbridge
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About the Job
DIGITAL EXAMINATIONS INVIGILATOR VACANCIES
£10.73 per hour
Description of the job includes:
- Provide invigilation during the University’s examination periods.
Next exam series: 29th April 2024- 17th May 2024
- Applicants must be available to work for three or more days per week (minimum 21 hours) during examination periods.
- Applicants must also be available for the interview which will take place between Monday 11th March 2024 - Wednesday 13th March 2024.
- Start and finish examinations, according to the guidelines and announcement scripts, and including supervision of candidate arrival and departure.
- Ensure examinations are conducted according to the guidelines and identify potential cases of malpractice.
- Support both paper-based and digital in-person examinations on campus.
Skills required include:
- Need to demonstrate relevant professional experience, either within education or more generally. Retired individuals are welcome to apply, students are not normally considered and are required to declare their student status on the application form.
- Reliability, including self-and time-management skills and proactivity.
- Demonstrably good organisational and administrative skills and accuracy.
- Good communication skills.
- Comfortable working with computers in order to interact with and assist students taking digital examinations. Training will be provided.
- This post is not suitable for current Brunel Students.
Closing date for applications: Sunday 3rd March 2024
All Applicants should be eligible to live and work in the UK.
Brunel University London is fully committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive workforce culture. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, we particularly welcome applicants who are currently under-represented in our workforce.
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