Examination Invigilator (prestação de serviço) for January 2019

Job description

St. Paul's School is looking for examination invigilators for the mock exams that will take place from 21st January - 31st January 2019.


  • An examination invigilator works under the direction of the examinations officer to ensure the smooth running of the examination environment.  
  • Examination Invigilators ensure that all externally set examination regulations are fulfilled and examinations are conducted in line with the school’s examination policy. 
  • The length of exams and invigilator sessions vary and as such require invigilators to be available at the start of each session and for its duration
  • Ensuring a calm environment which will give students the best possible opportunity to be successful in their exams
  • Helping to organise students at the start and end of each exam
  • Helping to provide the correct information and material for successful completion of the exam
  • Helping to ensure that the conduct of the exam takes place within the guidelines set down by the examination board and the school’s Examination Policy
  • Being vigilant, whilst not disrupting the candidates
  • Reporting in the event of any discrepancy or irregularity in the progress of an examination directly to the examination officer
  • At the end of examinations to help make sure that answer booklets have been completed correctly, and to help ensure that question numbers have been entered in the appropriate box on the front of the answer booklets
  • Collecting exam scripts in order, by candidate number

Exact timetable of hours needed will be confirmed to examination invigilator by mid-December.


This is a contractor position (prestação de serviço) and is therefore only available to non-staff members to St. Paul's School.  

Please ensure entire application is completed in English.  


Deadline for application is Friday 30th November at 8am São Paulo time. 




Requirements

  • A good command of written and spoken English
  • sound oral and written communication skills
  • A thorough working knowledge of exam procedures which will be provided before your first session
  • Confident and able to communicate with staff and pupils
  • Team players, with the ability to work on ones own initiative
  • Able to carry out core duties without supervision
  • Able to manage/direct large groups of young people
  • Able to work in an organised and structured way
  • Able to seek help where appropriate