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Exam Invigilator - Casual

St Edmund's Catholic School, Dover

  • Ref:KCC886-4013-219S
  • Posted:23/03/2023
  • Pay:Hourly rate equivalent to KR3
  • Start Date:Immediate
  • App Close Date:28/04/2023 at 12:00
  • Interviews:ASAP


St Edmund's Catholic School requires Exam Invigilators - you will work as part of a team, full training and support will be given. You will need to be a flexible and reliable person.

The public exam season for 2023 runs from May 2023 until June 2023 (not including half term). Various hours are available between 8.00AM and 3.30PM each day during this period.  

We also hold pre-public exams throughout the year, once you are part of our team you will be required to invigilate these as well.  These will take place in January and June.

Apply using the online application form.

Any offer of employment is subject to our safeguarding checks, including satisfactory return of an Enhanced Criminal Record Bureau Disclosure, references and a pre-employment health history questionnaire.

Information about the school

At St Edmund’s we are inspired by our Catholic Faith and the Gospel Values of love, equality, justice, reconciliation, mutual respect and service This allows students to flourish in their own way and feel truly valued for who they are. This helps them to achieve their full potential and become proactive and outstanding members of our society. While academic outcomes are incredibly important to every student’s future success, we believe that our pupils should develop in all areas to reach their full potential. We are guided by ‘Our Moral Compass’ which encompasses Nurture, Study, Enrichment and the Wider World. What we do: - Nurture the Catholic Faith as a community in which everyone exhibits dignity and respect, and has a thirst for social justice through personal growth and reflection. - Embed a lifelong love of learning and pursuit of academic excellence. - Instil in each pupil the values of ambition, diligence and integrity to live happy and fulfilling lives. - Develop an understanding of our place in the ‘Wider World’ recognising and celebrating the uniqueness of every child. How we do it… - Provide the highest standards of Catholic Secondary Education. - Deliver a broad, balanced, relevant and challenging curriculum; within which specific moral, ethical and religious issues are taught in the light of the teaching of the Catholic Church. - Place worship of God and Prayer at the centre of school life through assemblies, Holy Mass and other liturgies. - Develop a desire in each pupil to progress academically, spiritually, morally, culturally, mentally and physically. - Provide a caring and secure atmosphere based on mutual respect within the entire school community. - Promote respect for, and understanding of, the culture and religious principles of others and to challenge any form of discrimination. - Ensure there is a strong and persistent emphasis on equal opportunities for all. - Encourage the professional commitment and development of all staff. - Development of each pupil's unique talents and gifts. - Prepare pupils to contribute to and cope with modern society and to develop the ability to respond positively to change.

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We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our students. You are advised that this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and therefore this post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Please be aware that schools are also required to undertake online recruitment checks on shortlisted candidates under changes to Keeping Children Safe in Education.