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Are you interested in becoming an examiner for City & Guilds?

You can become a member of a vibrant and highly qualified team of examiners with a range of responsibilities from marking, question paper writing and scrutiny, awarding and/or ensuring quality across a wide range of exams.

We are recruiting for suitable, qualified individuals with the right background, to become senior examiners and marking examiners for a range of qualifications, assessments, and industries. Please see the role profiles, requirements, and current opportunities under each role below.

Unfortunately, we are not able to accept applications for the roles and/or subject areas not listed in the current vacancies. Please note that such applications will not be considered and may be deleted.

  • How to apply

      Important - Please Read Before Applying

      To support your application, please email your CV and a cover letter to examiner.recruitment@cityandguilds.com

      Your CV and cover letter must clearly indicate your experience, qualifications and how you meet the specification of the role you are applying for. Role profiles can be found under the relevant job roles.

      Applications that do not clearly show this are unlikely to be considered for the next stage of our recruitment process.  Your application will be delayed and may be rejected if the correct occupational qualifications and/or experience are not listed.

      The Process

      1. Submit Application

      2. Application Reviewed

      3. If Successful Complete Online Activity

      4. If Successful Invited to Interview

      5. If Successful, Invited to Introductory Training Event

  • Principal Examiners

      We are currently looking for Principal Examiners for the following subject/qualification areas

      • Technicals - Engineering - (1145)
      • Technical - Plastering (Fiborous) - (7908)

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