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Invigilators - CSSE

Department of of Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSSE)

Date of Posting

May 2, 2022

Semester

Summer 2022

Position Requirements

We are looking for professional, ethical, responsible, reliable, committed, and punctual people who are fluent in English (spoken and written); who can communicate effectively (read aloud correctly and clearly); who are able to work in a stressful environment, handle difficult situations and resolve problems.

Must be comfortable with computer technology, especially proficient with Zoom and chat applications.

Must be able to work as part of a team or individually.

Prior experience invigilating exams at Concordia University is an asset.

Basic to moderate French (spoken) is an asset.

Current undergraduate students are not eligible for this position.

Must be available for Exam invigilation during the 2022 summer semester.

Description of job duties

The Primary purpose of the exam invigilator is to ensure the integrity of the examination exercise as specified in Concordia University’s Academic Code of Conduct.

The exam invigilator is the primary contact for students in the exam room and is responsible for administering all aspects of the examination. They are required to adhere to the instructions for each individual exam as presented by the professor and ensure that students understand and comply with those instructions.

Invigilators report instances of offences committed by students under the Academic code of conduct during an examination including: cheating; falsification of documents or other dishonest behavior; distribute and collect exam documents; monitor the class while the exam is in session; accompany students who need to leave the classroom for any reason once the exam is underway, including accompanying students to the restroom; act as the point of first contact for the students and faculty who may have a problem in the exam room and escalate issues as appropriate to the Supervisor.

The Invigilator will ensure that all exam-related paperwork and processes (such as incident reports) are completed during and by the end of each shift. They must ensure the security of examination documents.

The Exam Invigilator reports directly to the Supervisor.

Application Instructions

All Gina Cody School graduate students can apply for invigilator positions through the online Teaching Assistant Application System (TAAS) using their Gina Cody School username and password.

All other applicants, please send your CV and your availability (time and days) to invigilate@cse.concordia.ca at the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering to apply for one of the available positions.

Please note that the employee working in more than one (1) hiring unit must inform his immediate supervisor if an appointment would allow them to reach or exceed forty (40) hours of work in one (1) week.

 

Rate of pay

$15/hour

Posting expiration date

July 15, 2022

Public Service Alliance of Canada/Trac Union (invigilators)

 

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