Ielts Examiner - Bridge Education Group

Bridge Education Group, Inc. Denver , CO 80210

Posted 1 week ago

Are you looking for a flexible and dynamic work opportunity to complement your current job or studies? Do you enjoy working as a part of a team that is passionate about international education and customer service? Then this position may be right for you!

Bridge is seeking qualified and highly reliable IELTS Examiners to provide examination services for IELTS Exams held on Saturdays at our language center in Denver. IELTS Invigilators deliver and grade exams for test candidates applying their strong academic skills and utmost integrity.

Bridge Education Group, Inc. (Bridge) has been a world leader in language education and teacher training for over 25 years.Based in Denver, Colorado, Bridge is a global company with operations in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile. Through our 5 main divisions, we offer services in English as a second Language (BridgeEnglish), education abroad (BridgePathways & BridgeAbroad), translations and interpretations (BridgeLanguages), and teaching English as a foreign or second language (BridgeTEFL). With just over 70 full-time employees and more than 350 teachers and trainers stretched across the world, Bridge comprises a diverse group of nationalities and cultures. Each year, we serve thousands of students, volunteers, and teachers from every corner of the globe. Please visit us at www.bridge.edu.

What makes Bridge different? Our people and our culture. Bridge is a multi-cultural and welcoming environment that is fast-paced, service-oriented and entrepreneurial. Our values and mission are an integral part of our culture: excellence, integrity, learning, innovation and teamwork. Transforming peoples lives through international education is what motivates us.

Position:
IELTS Examiner (Part-Time)

Location:
BridgeEnglish Language Center in Central Denver

Reports to: IELTS Administrator

Start Date: October 2018

Summary of

Responsibilities:

The IELTS Examiner provides examination services for IELTS exams held at the language center usually on Fridays and Saturdays. Examiners work to create a secure exam while maintaining the highest levels of customer care and exam delivery and assessment. Invigilators are expected to abide by all rules and regulations set by the examining bodies. Specifically, Examiners will be responsible for the following duties:

  • Candidate Examination and Monitoring Examiners deliver and/or mark IELTS Writing and Speaking tasks in accordance with IELTS standards.
  • Test administration Examiners must complete appropriate paperwork and other administrative duties before and during the exam.
  • Test security Examiners must be vigilant at all times and follow all prescribed procedures to ensure that IELTS integrity is upheld.
  • Performance monitoring & professional development Examiners must be receptive to monitoring and feedback on performance and effectively correct any issues quickly. Examiners must participate in trainings, recertifications, and monitorings as needed.

Requirements

Desired Experience and

Skills:

Experience:

  • Undergraduate Degree
  • An accepted TESOL/TEFL qualification
  • IELTS Examiner Certification for Writing and/or Speaking Exams ( Examiners new to Center must complete face-to-face training and certify before first examining session)
  • Three years full time TESOL/TEFL teaching experience.
  • Experience working with diverse cultures is a plus.

Skills:

  • Punctuality and reliability
  • High integrity and commitment to exam standards
  • Vigilant, proactive work-ethic
  • Very strong attention to detail and organization skills
  • Outstanding customer service skills
  • Ability to work well as part of a team

Benefits

Compensation/Time Commitment

  • Examiners receive $15 per speaking exam, and $7.5 per writing task (2 tasks per each testing candidate)
  • Examiners have the flexibility to define their schedule ahead of time and sign up for examining shifts according to their availability.
  • Tests take place 2-3 times per month, all on Saturdays, with speaking and writing exams taking place in the afternoon, beginning at 12:30pm and ending no later than 6:00pm. Occasional Friday speaking tests available. Examiner marking to take place at test center during the week.

To Apply:

Please click the application link below to begin the online application process. If hired, you will be required to provide proof of your eligibility to work in the United States. The company is looking to fill this position immediately. You are encouraged to apply asap.

https://bridge.edu/Careers-at-bridge

Bridge is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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