Summary

Non-Affiliated | Teaching and Learning | Available: As soon as possible | Closing: Until Filled

Description

Advance Placement Proctor

Proctors Advanced Placement tests in various subjects. Proctor will monitor test facility and test takers, and assist the AP Coordinator to ensure the integrity of the AP tests and administration. Schedules are flexible but proctors are expected to be available for 4-6 hours at a time.

Rate of Pay: $25/hour

AP Proctors are responsible for distributing exam materials, following exam instructions, keeping record of testing spaces occurrences, and closely monitoring exams to ensure all protocol is followed. Proctors should be organized, comfortable speaking in front of students, and have a strong attention to detail. All exam proctoring and the training will happen at Columbia Heights High School.

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Attend proctor training in late April (time of training TBD, individual trainings can be arranged according to proctor’s schedule).

  • Monitor exam security.

  • Proctor exams according to the AP instructions including: distributing exams, reading instructions, monitoring students, collecting and counting exams, keeping exam materials secure until returning them to the AP Coordinator.

  • Contact AP Administrator immediately for any concerns during the exam.

 

Requirements:

  • AP Proctors must be responsible adults; they may not be high school students. 

  • AP Proctors may not be employed part or full time at a test preparation company.

  • AP Proctors may not participate in any coaching activity that addresses the content of secure College Board tests.

  • AP Proctors must have basic computer knowledge

  • Be able to lift 10-15 lbs.

  • Ability to work well in a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment with students, faculty and staff.

  • Please note that you cannot proctor if a member of your immediate family member may be taking an exam.

Terms of Employment: 

  • AP Exams take place during the two weeks of May 4-17th, Monday-Friday, from 7:30am – 3:30pm. 

  • Proctors need to be available for either the 7:30am-12:30pm morning exam, 11:30am-3:30pm afternoon exam, or for the entire 7:30am-3:30pm period. 

  • Proctors do not need to be available and may not be scheduled for every day of testing.