Bank Of Invigilators, Readers, Scribes And Prompters

Vacancy posted: Thursday, 12 January 2017

Salary: 8.53 per hour
Location: Perth

Closing date: 03 February 2017

Bank of Invigilators, Readers, Scribes and Prompters
​Curriculum Area: Student Records 
Salary: £8.53 per hour
Hours of work: Flexible

Perth College UHI is one of Scotland’s leading Colleges of Further and Higher Education, and a large partner in Scotland’s newest University, the University of the Highlands and Islands.

We are looking for people to join our bank of Invigilators, Readers, Scribes and Prompters.  Working hours will vary depending on the time of year and/or student need therefore a degree of flexibility is required.  Peak times of the year are December, April May, June and August.

You will provide invigilation and/or support to individuals at times of assessments and examinations.  The role(s) requires the ability to listen well, speak clearly, read fluently and write clearly.  In addition for readers/scribes, the ability to relate to students of all ages who have additional support needs.

You should have experience of working with people to enable them to maximise their potential and increase their confidence to access employment or further education.  A pleasant manner, legible handwriting and the ability to take notes accurately are essential.  An awareness of assistive technology would be an advantage, as would good IT skills.

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Contact Name Leanne Patrick
Telephone 01738 877211
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