Test Administrator (Examiner: English language, general ability, mathematical reasoning) Vacancies in Hangzhou, China
Remuneration Range in China: RMB1000 per test session (approximately 3 hours) plus RMB100 per speaking test (net)
Information Contact: Jeanette Bray, Manager, Recruitment, Training & Quality Assurance
Australian Education Assessment Services (AEAS) wishes to appoint native English speaking Test Administrators in Hangzhou, China.
Test Administrators are required to be available on a casual basis outside business hours, usually one Saturday per month. Test dates are scheduled 12 months in advance with a roster prepared 6-12 months in advance.
AEAS is located in Melbourne, Australia and has an office in Beijing. AEAS provides a comprehensive assessment service for international students applying for entry into Australian schools. The Test Administrator is responsible for invigilating the written components of the AEAS Assessment and conducting the speaking tests. Group testing takes place in the morning, with speaking interviews following in the afternoon.
Successful applicants will meet the Key Selection Criteria and will preferably have experience in testing examination administration under formal conditions. An understanding of test administration, confidentiality and test material security practices will be an advantage.
Test Administrators must have a relevant Bachelor’s degree, preferably in teaching or psychology and a qualification as an ESL, TESOL or CELTA teacher or equivalent. Test Administrators must also be native English speaking and currently be living and working in the identified city.
Test Administrators are required to sign an agreement with AEAS and to already have a valid working visa in China.
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