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Examination Invigilator

Examination Invigilator

  • Salary: Hourly pay of £11.00 
  • Application Deadline: 19th April 2024, 12 noon

Are you looking for a part-time job with flexible hours? The Prescot School is looking to add to our bank of Examination Invigilators. You will work as part of a team of invigilators who will ensure exams are carried out according to the JCQ regulations. The main exam season is in May/June. You will be required to attend an annual training session. Duties include: -

  • Assisting in the setting up of the examination room.
  • Helping in the opening and distribution of question papers and other authorised materials to candidates.
  • Supervising the orderly entry of students into the exam room and ensuring that they are correctly identified and seated according to the seating plan.
  • Dealing with late comers and candidates not on the candidate list.
  • Starting examinations according to the regulations and ensuring that the examination regulations are observed throughout the exam.
  • Maintaining active invigilation throughout the examination to ensure that no cheating occurs.
  • Taking responsibility for a group of candidates when in the exam room.
  • Ending exams in accordance with the regulations.
  • Collecting exam scripts and arranging in candidate number order.
  • Returning all exam scripts, unused papers, registers and other materials to the Exams Office immediately after the end of the exam.
  • Maintaining security and confidentiality.

Skills required:- Organisation, reliability, punctuality, responsibility, use of initiative and strong communication skills.

If you are interested, please download the job information below and complete the Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

Completed forms should be returned to Mrs M Daly ( as soon as possible. You can also contact Mrs Daly, Examinations Officer, for an informal discussion about the role via email or by calling the school on 0151 477 8680 and asking to speak to Mrs Daly.

Successful applicants will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.