Exam Invigilators

Paid on an hourly basis at £9.00 per hour

James Brindley Academy provides education to children and young people who are either hospital in-patients or pupils unable to attend a mainstream or special school by reason of their mental health needs and/or Autism.

We teach across 10 sites including teaching centres and hospitals in Birmingham; additionally, we provide a short term provision primarily based in the home.

We seek to appoint Exam Invigilators, to be allocated to one or more of the following centres:

• Parkway (City Centre)

• Willows (Moseley)

• Dovedale (Erdington)

The ability to communicate with children and staff and to work independently using your own initiative is essential. You will be confident and assertive, ensuring that exam regulations are adhered to. You will have a good standard of education, including literacy and numeracy. Previous experience of Exam invigilation is not essential as full training will be provided.

A full driving license and access to own transport is essential, as the post requires secure transport of exam papers between centres.

Please be aware that this post is subject to an enhanced DBS clearance check and any offer of employment is made conditional of this. You will also be required to register and pay for the DBS update service and ensure that documentary evidence is produced to ensure annual compliance and updates. You will also be required to provide written consent for the employer to access this information at any time.

This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.

Application process

To apply, please complete a JBA application form available to download from below.

Completed application forms should be submitted to vacancies@jamesbrindley.org.uk by 8am 23rd April 2019

Interviews will take place 3rd May 2019

James Brindley Academy, Bell Barn Road. Birmingham. B15 2AF 

For further information please contact our HR department who will be happy to assist:

Tel: 0121 666 6409 ex: 2338