Exam Auditors play a key role in ensuring the integrity of City & Guilds examinations by visiting centres to monitor the conduct of exams.
As an Exam Auditor, you will be a vital part of the City & Guilds quality assurance team, monitoring centres to ensure their examinations are delivered in line with City & Guilds and regulatory requirements.
You will be given training on carrying out audit visits.
We are looking for people with a clean driving licence, the flexibility to travel sometimes at short notice, and who can commit about 30 days a year to this role.
Exam Auditors are contracted on an annual basis and are not employed by the City & Guilds Group.
- Review centre examination arrangements
- Identify risks and ensure appropriate action is taken
- Develop SMART action plans
- Effectively communicate details of visits to City & Guilds.
The Exam Auditor is a vital part of ensuring the integrity of our examinations.
You will maintain a thorough knowledge of both the regulatory requirements for conducting examinations and of City & Guilds reporting and IT systems for the role.
This is a great opportunity to use your skills to:
Please see the Exam Auditor Task Profile.
How to apply
- Exam Auditor Application Form >
- Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form >
- Equal and Diversity: What’s it got to do with you? >
- Exam Auditor Person Specification >
If you are interested in the Exam Auditor role, please complete the application form and Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form. You will need to provide details of your experience in relation to the Exam Auditor person specification.
Please submit your completed Application Form and Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any queries.