Salary: NJC SCP 3 – £11.79 per hour 

Contract type: Casual – Permanent 

Start Date: Spring 2 2024 

Are you looking for a role where you have flexible working days and hours? Are you highly organised and have a keen eye for detail? If so, an exciting opportunity has arisen at King Edward VI King’s Norton school for boys. We are seeking to appoint a number of enthusiastic, highly motivated, organised and confident Exam invigilators. This is a multi-functioning role which includes supporting the Exams Officer with the running of the exams, setting up of the examination room, invigilating exams and ensuring everyone is following the examination rules.​ 

Our academic results are high, and students perform above the National Average and well above the National average for boys.  We are dedicated to supporting our students’ academic and personal; development and run a full and successful outdoor education programme.​ Staff and students both comment on the welcoming and friendly nature of our school community, it is one that is nurtured and cherished. 

Applicants should complete the school’s application form and submit with a supporting letter maximum of one side of A4 and return to Applications will be considered as they arrive, with no applications being considered after 4pm on Friday 10th May 2024.

​Applications should be emailed to If you’d like a tour of the school or an informal conversation please contact Lewis Smith, Executive Assistant to Headteacher on 0121 628 0010 or email to request this.  

King Edward VI King’s Norton school for boys is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to all necessary pre-employment checks, including: enhanced DBS; Childcare Disqualification (where applicable); qualifications (where applicable); medical fitness; identity and right to work. All applicants will be required to provide two suitable references. For short-listed candidates an online search will also be carried out as part of due diligence on all short-listed candidates.​ 

The amendments to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (2013 and 2020) provides that when applying for certain jobs and activities, certain convictions and cautions are considered ‘protected’. This means that they do not need to be disclosed to employers, and if they are disclosed, employers cannot take them into account. 

Guidance about whether a conviction or caution should be disclosed can be found on the Ministry of Justice website.​