Invigilator– On Call:
Selkirk College
British Columbia, Canada
13d ago

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Students enrolled in Selkirk College programs
  • Students enrolled at other post-secondary institutions and needing to take an exam locally
  • Community members taking an exam for their employer and / or accrediting agency
  • Additionally, Selkirk College assesses all incoming students entering the College for academic readiness
  • Maintaining strict adherence to policies and procedures governing examinations
  • Setting up examination venues by ensuring the technology is operational
  • Laying out equipment and examination materials are available
  • Assisting students prior to the start of examinations by directing them to their seats and advising them about possessions permitted in examination venues
  • Offering advice and guidance to students without a seat for the exam
  • Checking attendance also ensuring that students do not talk once inside examination venues
  • Responding to queries raised by students or referring students to an instructor, as appropriate
  • Responding to examination irregularities in accordance with stated procedures, including monitoring, documenting, addressing and reporting incidences of misconduct
  • Escorting students from venues during the examinations as required (e.g : washrooms)
  • Supervising students while outside examination venues
  • Ensuring that students do not remove equipment or exam material from the venue without authorization
  • Ensuring that students leave venues in an orderly and quiet manner
  • Collecting and collating examinations
  • Materials at the end of the examination in accordance with stated procedures
  • Confirming testing fees have been paid prior to administering the exam and submitting the fees to the Finance department
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Understanding and commitment to maintaining appropriate standards of confidentiality and security of materials
  • Ability to work independently to deliver exams as per required guidelines and instructions
  • Effective communication skills, specifically, ability to read aloud clearly, with good pronunciation
  • Clear and accurate hand writing; technical competency to troubleshoot basic computer issues as required
  • Understanding of criteria and protocol related to assessment and test administration
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to work independently, dependability, reliability, punctuality
  • Customer service oriented; accuracy and attention to detail; ability to keep calm under pressure or during unexpected circumstances
  • Ability to promptly communicate with others (in this case : academic staff, other exam invigilators and students, supervisor)
  • Education and Experience

  • High School Graduation
  • 1 year post-secondary education
  • Minimum 1-2 years related experience
  • This is an on-call position commencing as soon as possible. A flexible schedule is required as there may be occasional shifts on weekends.

    The salary is pay grade 3 - $21.68 per hour - in accordance with the PPWC Collective Agreement.

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