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  • Invigilator

    Posted: 05 April 2019

    We are looking to recruit exam invigilators for our forthcoming exam period during May to June, although you may be called upon to assist at other times of the year. You should be available during the hours of 8.30am – 4.00pm, be able to commit to working sessions throughout the exam period and be available to start immediately.

    Invigilator

    DATES: Apply by midday on Friday 19th April 2019

    TITLE: Invigilator

    SALARY: £8.50 per hour  

    LOCATION: Nishkam High School – Birmingham

    REPORTING TO: Exams Officer

    TO COMMENCE: ASAP

    CONTRACT TYPE: Part-Time Casual  

    JOB DESCRIPTIONInvigilator Job Description

     

    The Role

    We are looking to recruit exam invigilators for our forthcoming exam period during May to June, although you may be called upon to assist at other times of the year. You should be available during the hours of 8.30am – 4.00pm, be able to commit to working sessions throughout the exam period and be available to start immediately.

     

    This role is essential to the smooth running of the examination process and we are looking for applicants who are reliable, trustworthy and responsible. 

     

    Full training will be given to successful applicants.

     

    Part of a Multi-Academy Trust

    This is a unique and exciting opportunity to make an important contribution to the next phase of our development. Opportunities like these will be few and far between and will interest those with organised minds and a desire to make a difference.

     

    Background You will be working with a pioneering group, Nishkam School Trust, a flagship of the DfE Free Schools programme.

     

    The Trust has opened:-

     

    • Nishkam Primary School Birmingham – September 2011
    • Nishkam High School – September 2012
    • Nishkam School West London – September 2013
    • Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton – September 2014

     

    Nishkam High School is a Sikh ethos, multi-faith school that nurtures pupils of all faiths and beliefs and those of no faith. The Nishkam ethos is to create a selfless mind-set, to go beyond ourselves to serve others, create supportive communities and to realise our true potential. 

     

    The core of Nishkam education is the triple pursuit of academic excellence, creating a community that supports children and nurturing a strong values-led approach to life.

     

    Nishkam School Trust (NST) are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. Any successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.

     

    To apply:

    Nishkam High School

    Birmingham