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Invigilator Opportunities

The Invigilator positions available through AccessAbility services are posted outside the office, on the U of T Career Centre website and on the board outside of Human Resource Services.

This job entails supervising students registered with AccessAbility Service during tests and exams. This job requires a high attention to detail as the Invigilator is responsible for ensuring accommodations set out for students are provided. Invigilators are also expected to maintain the confidentiality of the students and the exams they are invigilating. Invigilators are bound by the Academic Regulations as set by the Associate Dean and University of Toronto policies.

Note: Invigilators are members of CUPE3902

Title: Invigilator

Compensation: As per current collective agreement

Number of Positions (est.): 20

Size of Appointment (hours): Unknown - Hours are assigned on the basis of need, determined by the number of tests and examinations scheduled, and on the availability of the incumbent. A minimum number of work hours cannot be guaranteed

Qualifications: Preference in hiring shall be given to graduate students enrolled in the School of Graduate Studies of the University of Toronto or those who have made application to be enrolled in the School of Graduate Studies of the University of Toronto; Proficiency in using computers in particular; familiarity with Microsoft Office, Window Applications, etc.; Commitment to the principle of equity and inclusion

Assets: Volunteer or work experience with persons with disabilities; previous work experience proctoring examinations; certification in First Aid or CPR

Duties: Duties shall include responsibility for the security, confidentiality, administration, and supervision of tests and examinations taken by persons who write under the supervision of the Office of AccessAbility Services.

Department Standards and Policies are available in the Departmental office and in the CUPE, Local 3902 office.


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