Exam Invigilator

  • Holcombe Grammar School
  • Chatham

Exam Invigilator

Job advert

Employer: Holcombe Grammar School

Salary: £8.50 per hour

Contract: Casual

Location: Chatham, Kent

 

Start Date: May 2019

 

The Thinking Schools Academy Trust is in the Top 10 performing Multi Academy Trusts for KS4 progress

 

“Holcombe Grammar School deliver an inspiring curriculum” – Ofsted April 2018

 

Holcombe Grammar School has an exciting opportunity for Exam Invigilators to support with the busy exam periods. Your presence will maintain the integrity of examinations in an environment that enables a student to perform at their best.

 

You will assist with setting up of exam venues, checking examination packs, assisting candidates and actively invigilating during examinations. You will be required to check attendance, record relevant details, so good communication, both written and verbal, are essential.  You may be required to scribe/read for students – full training will be provided.

 

Employment for this position is offered on a casual basis. Hours worked vary between 8.00 am and 5.30 pm. Exam sessions are up to three hours, so invigilation sessions may be up to four hours in some instances. You will be asked to attend a training session where full training for the role will be given.

 

We are a successful grammar school for students aged 11-18 with a long-standing reputation for being a supportive and caring environment in which to teach and learn. We have seen significant developments in recent years, which have resulted in greatly improved examination results, and much investment in facilities including three new science laboratories and a fully equipped gymnasium installed in 2016. As part of the Thinking Schools Academy Trust, we aim to guide our students to become successful, well-rounded and confident individuals with the ability to achieve their personal best.

 

After the school’s 'Good' Ofsted judgement in April 2018, Holcombe Grammar School has continued to make rapid progress towards becoming one of the most successful grammar schools in the South-East. The English department has continued to perform well over the last few years and this post will give the successful candidate opportunities to further develop their teaching and leadership skills as the department takes on new challenges.

 

Our mission is to “transform life chances”; at The Thinking Schools Academy Trust, we believe education has the power to change lives and children only have one chance to get this right. To ensure all our academies focus on our mission school leaders translated our mission to core values that would be demonstrated and evident in all our Academies:

 

 

Child First, Aspire, Challenge, Achieve

 

 

What you will need to succeed:

It is essential that you possess good interpersonal skills and an ability to deal with matters calmly, swiftly and firmly, without being confrontational.  Previous experience in working with secondary school age children would be a distinct advantage as would any previous supervision experience, although this is not essential.  Confidentiality inside and outside the workplace is essential, as is the ability to support Academy ethos and vision into the wide community.

 

What we can offer you:

  • Reduced membership of a fully-equipped fitness suite and classes
  • Access to a free and confidential employee assistance service, offering wellbeing support and counselling
  • Onsite parking free of charge.

 

What you need to do now:

If you are interested in working in a new school and you are keen to progress your career and join at the start of a new and exciting time for this academy, then please apply today!

 

Early applications are encouraged and we reserve the right to close the vacancy if a suitable candidate is found. 

 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

 

 

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