Casual Exam Invigilator
As a school we are extremely proud of our badge, you will see it everywhere around the school. We are proud because it sums everything that we believe in. The motto on the badge says ‘Ut Fili Lucis Fiatis’ and it means ‘to become children of the light’, and that is the reason we exist as a school. We believe that every young person who walks through our doors has enormous potential. Our staff work hard to help students to reach their best and become enlightened, or as our motto says, become children of the light.
Everyone at The Earls High School supports students to make as much academic progress as possible so that they are equipped for the next stage of their education or career. We believe that it is our duty to help them develop character too, so that they can communicate effectively, have the resilience to carry on when things get difficult, work effectively as member of a team and develop their leadership skills. We want students who leave us to be kind, compassionate and caring individuals; people who will support and help their neighbours and make a significant positive contribution to Halesowen or whatever community they choose to live in.
If we develop these three qualities in the young people who choose to come to our school, we can feel content that we have done our job well.
The Governors wish to appoint several Exam Invigilators to support internal examinations during a two-week period in the autumn term and external formal exams during March, May and June. There may also be occasional school events where support is required.
The purpose of this role is to ensure that candidates have an equal, safe and secure environment in which to sit their public and internal examinations in accordance with the Joint Council for Qualifications instructions for conducting examinations.
Reporting to the Data & Exams Manager, Exam Invigilators work on a casual basis ensuring students have an equal, safe and secure environment in which to sit their public and internal examinations in accordance with the Joint Council for Qualifications instructions for conducting examinations.
The school has eight teaching faculties: English, Maths, Science, Humanities, PE, Modern Foreign Language ICT/Business, and Technology. In additional support services include Pastoral, Examinations and Data, Cover Supervisors, SEN Team, and Business Services (HR, Finance, School IT, Facilities, Admin and Reception).
Closing date: 9am 13th December 2021
We reserve the right to close the vacancy early if sufficient applications are received.
Interview date: Week commencing 13th December 2021
Please complete an application form together with a supporting letter which should be no longer than two sides of A4 (12 point), indicative of the skills and personal attributes needed to be successful in this demanding post (please see job description and person specification).
Please submitted both documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children; therefore the post is subject to medical clearance and an enhanced DBS check.
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