Exam Invigilators

University of Lincoln
November 21, 2023
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Exam Invigilators Student Administration

Location: Lincoln Please see advert for details of hourly rates. Closing Date: Tuesday 21 November 2023 Interview Date: Friday 01 December 2023 Reference: EXAM23

Hourly rates: £10.90 Per hour

Do you have excellent written and verbal communications? Are you punctual and reliable? If so, your skills are just what we need at the University of Lincoln to make our exam sessions a success.

Joining our established team of Exam invigilators, this role ensures all candidates adhere to the Examination Code of Conduct and University Regulations at all times. Our Exam invigilators are also responsible for setting up exam rooms before candidates arrive and the distribution and collection of examination papers and other relevant paperwork.

If you are looking for a flexible role in January with future exam periods available in May, July and August, we can work with you to provide hours that work around your schedule.

If shortlisted you will be invited to attend a selection day on the 1st or 6th December 2023. The session will include a presentation, followed by a scenario test based on the information you will have been provided during the day.

Please note:

  • Hours are not guaranteed. If successful you will be offered hours during the above periods, if available.
  • References will be taken up prior to the selection day, should you be shortlisted.
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