We recruit for invigilation jobs

If you want to work as an invigilator, you need to have integrity and the ability to adhere to regulatory requirements. These roles require a high degree of responsibility and the opportunity to be actively involved in the exam process.

We have plenty of opportunities for invigilators, with roles available across the whole education sector. These roles are often seasonal and temporary, making them ideal for working around your current commitments.

Support and advice

If you choose Protocol to help you find your next invigilation role, you can expect a seamless, enjoyable process, with support and advice available at every step of the way. Your dedicated consultant will take the time to get to know your needs, so they can ensure that you’re matched with only the best opportunities.

Should you have any questions or concerns, you’re welcome to call our helpline.

Career development

At Protocol, we treat people with respect: as individuals, not numbers. That’s why our help doesn’t stop once we’ve found you an invigilation job. We want you to continue to develop your skills and knowledge, which is why you’ll have access to our online Learning Zone, which is full of free resources such as courses and videos. All you need to do is register with us to access it.

More than just invigilation roles

We recruit for a range of roles within the education, skills and training sectors nationwide – find out about some of the other roles we recruit for below.

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