The Examinations Office is of central importance to the smooth running of the College. It is involved in all aspects of a student’s journey through the College, from admission, internal assessment, and public examinations on to university admission. The Office ensures that examinations are delivered in an atmosphere of calm efficiency, thus providing optimum conditions for students and reassurance to parents.
We are seeking an Examinations Officer to continue to lead this important area of work. This is a part-time position (0.6 FTE), although a full time position may be available to someone who can also offer general academic data management and/or administrative support.
Some flexibility in working hours during the mock and summer examination periods is desirable.
Salary by negotiation depending on qualifications and experience.
Main Purpose of the Job:
- To complete all the administration required for students to sit their public and mock examinations: including entries; resolving timetable clashes; administering Access Arrangements for students with special educational needs in liaison with the SEND coordinator; organising examination rooms; collection and delivery of scripts; briefing candidates on examination regulations; arranging invigilation; post results services; and liaising with Awarding Bodies.
- Disseminating information to, and answering enquiries from staff, students and parents/carers regarding all aspects of the examinations cycle.
- Collation and analysis of examination results and value added data for all students.
- Collating information regarding Access Arrangements, and making applications for Access Arrangements and Special Consideration.
- You will also be expected to provide administrative support to the Main Office and Leadership Team.
You will be working closely with the Director of Studies who is a member of the senior academic staff.
Apply by application form to: Lisa Guppy, PA to the Principal
Closing date: Wednesday 28 June 2017
Brampton College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.
The successful candidate will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service records check.