If you are already working with Cambridge Assessment you will have an account and an Assessment Specialist ID, so please use the following link to update your profile and search for new opportunities: https://asportal.cambridgeassessment.org.uk/
Please use Google Chrome or Firefox to access the assessment specialist portal.
We require two references in support of any application. These are to be received by the closing date. Please forward the reference request form to your chosen referees and ask them to submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All successful applicants will be subject to right to work checks. This will include existing assessors applying for a new opportunity. Right to work checks will be undertaken by the screening company Credence on behalf of Cambridge Assessment.
The closing date for these roles is 26 July 2019
(Exercise is required - this will be sent via email once you have submitted your application)
If you are new to OCR and there are currently no roles of interest, you can set up a candidate profile and register for job alerts when a new opportunity is published at our careers site.
If you are an existing assessor with OCR, please register for job alerts by logging onto your profile via the assessment specialist portal and using the 'Saved Searches/Alerts' tab.
Read the guide to creating job alerts (for those new to OCR).
If you have any further questions, please contact the recruitment team on 02476 856247 or email@example.com.
Please be aware that no one person can undertake the tasks of Author, Test Constructor, Test Co-ordinator, Assessment Marker or Assessment Analyst alongside the role of Candidate Proxy for the same specification. Nor can anyone involved with or having seen any forthcoming assessment material for an OCR specification undertake the delivery of training or training/advisory visits to centres on behalf of OCR.
Applicants for assessment tasks must hold a bank account in their country of residence in order to receive payment. Any expenses would be paid from the point of entry in to the UK.
If you are currently under investigation by, or are awaiting an outcome of an investigation by the General Teaching Council, an employer, the police, or any other authority you should contact 01223 552 558 before making an application to OCR to become an assessor. If, as a result of an investigation by one of the above authorities you have a ruling against you, or are subject to an order, you must also contact OCR before making an application to OCR to become an assessor.