Barking & Dagenham College is a vibrant and highly successful College in East London with circa 12,500 students, circa 500 established staff and a turnover of £35m. The College offers routes into learning from entry level through to MBA level, including apprenticeships, higher level apprentices, higher education and job centre plus clients. We have technical specialist areas from level 3 and above with a broad based curriculum up to level 2.
We are immensely proud of the achievements of our students, our entrepreneurial and motivated staff team and our extensive partnership network. The College trains circa 850 apprentices, including circa 110 higher level apprenticeships and delivers work place training, traineeships and higher level technical and professional specialisms up to MBA level in our 4 strategic vocational areas; Construction, Design & Management; Engineering including mechatronics & robotics; Digital Creative; Health & Social Care and Leadership and Management across the pan London occupational sectors.
Join Our Team!
We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated, enthusiastic Casual Exams Invigilator, to be part of the exams team at Barking & Dagenham College.
The key responsibility will include providing exam invigilation services and general exams administration.
The successful candidate will numerate, have good interpersonal skills, and be able to work on their own initiative.
This position would suit someone with general admin experience, someone with good organisational skills including working with people and good IT skills. Ideal candidate will be able to work at the short notice period, including evenings and will have good educational qualifications.
The college will provide full training.
This post is on a variable contract, hours as required.
If you have good people skills and are interested in casual hours, apply now!
Please note- we have the right to interview candidates before the deadline.
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