Casual Exam Invigilator

  • Employer: Wirral School
  • Salary: £12.73 - £12.94 per hours
  • Location: St Mary's Catholic College
  • Contract: Casual
  • Working Pattern: Part Time
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Closing Date: 13/02/2024 at 12:00
  • Reference: SCH/24/270037

Casual hours

Band D - £12.73 - £12.94 Per Hour


The governors of Marys Catholic College would like to invite applications from excellent, enthusiastic and engaging individuals for the posts of Exam Invigilator. The successful candidate will ensure a calm environment during exams and be vigilant, whilst not disrupting the candidates. Exam Invigilators will ensure that candidates are constantly and appropriately supervised and ensure conduct in the appointed exam room adheres to the Colleges exam procedures and policies.

Reliability, punctuality and a flexible attitude to work are essential, together with a commitment to your availability during the busy examination periods. Applicants must be available to work throughout May and June supporting external examinations, and as required throughout the year to support internal examinations and tests, normally November, January and March. You will have excellent communication skills, with experience of working with young people aged 11-19 an advantage.

This is a unique opportunity to work for the Holy Family Multi Academy Trust. This post will be based at St Marys Catholic College. At St Marys our vision is simple, if we work together we will succeed together. Our mission is to develop individual excellence through embracing opportunities and building communities with Gospel values at the heart of everything we do. Through our Inspire programme we specifically developed the skills that allow our students to live out our values of Respect, Courage, Pride, Compassion and determination.

Key responsibilities:
Help keep all papers and materials secure at all times.
Prepare the exam room for candidates arrival (lay out candidates cards, equipment and papers)
Help 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 

We offer: 
A unique opportunity to work for a MAT which is one of 87 national teaching school hubs and includes the lead school for Cheshire and Wirral Maths Hub
Mentoring and high level training
Encouragement to develop your career with excellent promotion opportunities and opportunities
A caring environment with well-being and work/life balance at its core. 
Inclusion in whole school and MAT teams  working together to achieve ambitious outcomes whilst valuing every individual¿s contribution.

In line with Keeping Children Safe in Education, Holy Family Multi Academy Trust will undertake general online searches for all shortlisted candidates, this may include social media and video platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok and You Tube. Online searches will only examine data that is publicly available, and the aim is to identify any incidents or issues. Any areas of concern will be discussed during the interview process. To assist in this part of the process we would appreciate it if you would complete the attached Social Media form and return it with your application.

The Trust is committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of age, disability,
marital status, race (including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin), religion or belief,
sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or pregnancy/maternity. All applicants invited to interview must evidence their right to work in the UK. 

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and individually take responsibility for doing so.

To apply for this position, please send a covering letter, a completed application form and the completed recruitment documents attached to the vacancy listing to Applications should be marked for the attention of Mr K Maddocks, Headteacher. For further information please visit the Vacancies section on our website


This vacancy is now closed