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Range: OD
Level: 2
Status: Casual / On Call
School: Carey Business School
Location: JH at Legg Mason Harbor East
General Description:
The Disability Support Services Exam Proctor will proctor exams for Disability Support Services students on the Baltimore and DC campuses. as needed.
Schedule: Varies. Monday – Friday, day and evening hours and occasional weekend days possible. Baltimore and Washington, DC, hours available as needed.
Exams held every 4 weeks during Carey terms.
Major Responsibilities
  • Procter a variety of tests while maintaining secure testing environment.
  • Maintain confidentiality and security of all testing materials.
  • Ensure that all examination room arrangements are in accordance to the specification provided.
  • Ensure that testing policies and protocols are followed throughout the testing process
  • Maintain security of student information
  • Greet students and verify personal information by checking identifications.
  • Provide students with test instructions, exam timings and pass out test materials
  • Ensure that candidate do not possess any materials that are in violation of test protocols
  • Ensure that testing policies and protocols are followed
  • Maintain security of student information
  • Inform students of time of time restrictions and provide them with periodic time warnings
  • Instruct candidates to stop writing and ensure that each candidate complies to halt orders
  • Contact instructors when necessary when students have questions.
  • General office tasks to include report writing, and email communications
  • Make sure that all students are seated a certain distance away from each other
  • Assist in the distribution and collection of test materials
  • Report suspected irregularities
  • Fill out appropriate paperwork for various exams
  • Performs other duties as assigned
  • Qualifications:
  • At minimum high school graduate. Two years office, clerical experience required. Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
    Special Knowledge and Skill
  • Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Customer service related experience required, such as education or administrative support
  • Customer Service orientation-be able to communicate effectively and courteously to students who are under high stress.
  • RMust be reliable, punctual, flexible Available during day and evening hours as required
  • Possess strong organizational skills and use good judgment.
  • Be detail-oriented and able to follow instructions without error.
  • Effective problem solving, analytical thinking, resolution skillss.
  • Be able to give assistance to students with minimal interruption.
  • Be able to stay focused during long periods of silence without distracting students.
  • Able to facilitate problem resolution, foster confidence and trust.
  • NOTE: The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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Job Information

  • Location:
  • Baltimore, Maine, United States
  • Job ID:
  • 30836583
  • Posted:
  • October 12, 2016
  • Position Title:
  • Exam Proctor — Disability Services
  • Company Name:
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Job Function:
  • Academic Administration

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