What is an Invigilator?
An invigilator helps to ensure exams run smoothly.
You will monitor examinations to ensure compliance with the University’s Examination RegulationsLink opens in a new window by students and the University.
You will help ensure all students have a consistent experience of examinations in a secure, confidential and appropriate environment.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of the tasks involved we are unable to accept applications from current Warwick undergraduate or postgraduate taught students. We would, however, welcome applications from current PhD students or Post Docs, friends and family and anyone able to undergo a right to work check through Unitemps.
If you would like more information or to register you interest in becoming an invigilator please contact:
Duties and responsibilities
- To assist with the management of an examination session ensuring documented processes, procedures and regulations are followed, supervise, and allocate specific tasks to, the supporting invigilator(s) during the examination session, including but not limited to:
- Assist with laying out examination materials;
- Assist with recording attendance and checking identity;
- Assist with collecting and reconciling examination scripts
- To allow students entry to the examination room ensuring compliance with the examination regulations;
- To ensure that specific reasonable adjustments are provided for individual students in line with the instructions from the Exams Team;
- Assist to ensure absent students are correctly recorded;
- Assist to report all queries on examination papers to the Exams Team;
- Assist to report suspected breaches of examination regulations and/or suspicious student behaviour to the Student Support Team and ensure the relevant documentation is completed and submitted;
- Any other duties commensurate with the requirements and responsibilities of the role.
Skills and experience
- Good verbal and written communication skills including the ability to give clear and accurate instructions.
- Ability to work without supervision.
- Ability to follow documented processes and procedures.
- Ability to comply with and enforce the University Examination RegulationsLink opens in a new window.
- A flexible approach with the ability to adapt to changes at short notice.
- Ability to understand and maintain confidentiality, with an awareness of GDPR.
- Availability to work in the early evening and Saturdays.
- Willingness to undertake training.
Each session will last approximately 3-4 hours.
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