Support Staff Vacancies
Position: Exam Invigilator
Contract type: Casual
ERYC Grade 1
£10.59 per hour
Closing date: Rolling recruitment
We are looking for individuals who are interested in joining our team of exam invigilators in supporting the school to ensure exam regulations and standards are adhered to. The role includes the preparation of the exam room, distributing and collecting exam papers, monitoring the exam hall to ensure that no unfair means are used by any student in relation to the exam and any other exam-related duties.
Previous experience is not required as full training will be provided.
Appointment is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
If you would like an informal discussion about this post, please email Mrs M Daniel (Exams and Data Officer) at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the switchboard on 01964 613133.
Application packs are also available by post. Please contact Mrs M Daniel on 01964 613133 or email email@example.com
How to apply:
Simply complete the relevant application form and return to:
Mrs M Daniel (Exams and Data Officer)
Withernsea High School
East Riding of Yorkshire
Information about the school
Withernsea High School is a smaller than average local authority maintained secondary school for students aged 11-16.
Situated in Holderness, East Riding of Yorkshire, with a coastal location, it has all the advantages of a pleasant rural environment.
There is affordable housing in the seaside town of Withernsea and in the surrounding villages house prices are relatively low.
Located approximately 18 miles to the east of Hull, the 2017 City of Culture, The school serves the population of southern Holderness and currently educates around 750 pupils.
The school benefitted from a rebuild and refurbishment in 2016 and as such is spacious, modern and fully resourced.
Our Ofsted inspection in November 2021 rated the school Good in all areas. It identified that:
Pupils at this school are welcoming. A strong sense of tolerance and respect for others develops through the curriculum of the ‘head, hand, and heart’.
Pupils are focused in lessons. Teachers deal quickly with rare instances of off task behaviour. Pupils respond to teachers’ instructions well. At social times, pupils’ behaviour is calm. There are clear rules and routines which pupils understand and follow. Expectations of pupils are high.
Leaders have identified key aims in the curriculum. These include helping to ‘broaden horizons’ for pupils. The personal development curriculum has been carefully planned to achieve this aim. One pupil told inspectors that an important aim of the school was ‘to make people feel welcome, no matter who they are’.
Pay and Reward
Updated May 2023
The Council is undertaking a review of pay and reward as part of its ambitions to attract and retain employees by having effective pay and development structures in place to support modern ways of working and to support the provision of Council services which meet local priorities. Please note that the future terms and conditions of this post may change following the outcome of this review.