May 26, 2023
Job Type
Short Summary
Leigh Academy Bexley has an opportunity for an Exams Officer to join our exams department
Bexley Grade 7.1: actual salary £23,587 per annum (£25,577 full time equivalent)
Working Pattern
36 hours per week, Term Time + 4 weeks
Closing Date
June 25, 2023


Leigh Academy Bexley has an opportunity for an Exams Officer to join our exams department in delivering the successful provision for exams across the whole school. Our successful candidate will be able to demonstrate prior experience in the organisation and administration of both external and internal examinations including entry, delivery and analysis of data, and management of the invigilation team. This key position plays a pivotal role in the success of our students’ progress and is a busy and varied role.

The Exams Officer will liaise with school staff regarding entries will manage the daily running of the exams and must be comfortable in leading, guiding and directing staff and students in respect of the exams provision. It is highly desirable that applicants have experience and working knowledge in accordance with the examination regulations within schools or colleges, are proficient users of exam software and, perhaps, have further experience in admissions.

​​​The working basis of the role is 36 hours per week, Term Time + 4 weeks to be worked during school holidays based on key exam-related dates. These are discussed well in advance.


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