The Disability Support Services (DSS) Testing Proctor administers exams and oversees students with disabilities while in the testing environment.Responsibilities: Administer exams to students registered with Disability Support Services (DSS) Follow specific directions/instructions regarding exams as specified by faculty and DSS staff Be physically present and mentally alert and observant during exams Oversee exam completion, collect exams from students, and deliver exams to appropriate departments Ensure students receive their approved testing accommodations Maintain the integrity of the testing room; abide by and uphold policies and procedures established by Disability Support Services Ensure communication with students, faculty and DSS professional staff is thorough and prompt Understand and enforce the Testing Area Agreement (signed by each student who is testing with DSS) Be responsible for contacting a DSS professional staff member if a student has a question on an exam; if the student requests to take one of their approved breaks, and/or if there are any issues or concerns in providing students with their approved testing accommodations Communicate with DSS professional staff if there is an issue in the Testing Area Respect and maintain the confidentiality of the DSS department and the students who receive accommodations Report any maintenance issues to supervisor; maintain basic cleanliness of Testing Area Attend a mandatory orientation and ongoing proctor training sessions Participate in the University-wide commencement exercises every year in December and MayAdditional responsibilities may be assigned by the supervisor.Qualifications:Required: Demonstrated ability to work individually and as a member of a professional team, and to establish strong working relationships across campus constituencies Proficiency in reading and understanding printed material Strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and attention to detail Ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing, with students, faculty, and staff in an articulate, professional manner Ability to be reliable and punctual Ability to manage confidential materials and maintain confidentiality when working on specific task or projects Ability to work nights and weekends.Desired: Experience proctoring exams or experience working with college-bound studentsPhysical requirements: Standing, sitting, manual dexterity, ability to move between offices and floors of buildings Ability to meet deadlines and perform well under pressure Ability to be physically in attendance at designated worksite during scheduled work hours and to work some evenings and weekends Normal range of vision and hearing (with or without correction) Ability to lift up to 5-10 lbs Ability to transport self to classrooms, faculty offices, and administrative offices, often requiring being outside and transporting self and testing gear up to ? mileApplyTo apply, please visit www.mcphs.edu/careers. Attach a cover letter and a resume. No phone calls, please. Principals only. No relocation available. Finalist candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check as a condition of employment. MCPHS University is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants who would enrich the University?s diversity are encouraged to apply.About UsMCPHS University, an innovator in health and professional education, is setting the pace in the health science fields. MCPHS has more than 7000 students across campuses in Boston?s Longwood Medical Area, downtown Worcester, MA and downtown Manchester, NH. Here, we are preparing future generations of global leaders and promoting systems to improve the health of the public. In the midst of implementing an ambitious strategic plan that will bring us to our 200th anniversary in 2023, MCPHS offers meaningful work that benefits society overall, provides competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits, and fosters a sense of connectedness and collaboration among our employees. We are a fast-moving, data-driven educational institution with a strong entrepreneurial mindset. Come join us and be a part of a diverse community that is at the forefront of advancing the healthcare landscape! To learn more about working at MCPHS University, please visit Careers at MCPHS.
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