Work Study Student Proctor- Summer 2023
Work Schedule: Must be available to work AT LEAST 2 of the following shifts every week:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 2:00 PM, 3:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 2:00 PM, 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM
Additional hours available.
*****This availability is a requirement for all applicants*********
Employment Start Date: May 30th
Academic Testing for Students with Disabilities (ATSD) is seeking motivated individuals to support our department as student proctors.
An ideal candidate:
- Has excellent communication skills
- Is an effective problem-solver
- Thrives in a collaborative environment
- Is organized and can effectively manage and prioritize tasks
The student proctor position is based in an office that handles confidential materials and serves students who are diagnosed with disabilities. Proctors are primarily responsible for monitoring students taking academic tests at ATSD. Proctors will also serve as Readers or Scribes, whereby they read exams to students out loud, or record answers as dictated by students. Proctors are responsible for ensuring that all tests are secure, and that each student adheres to the Texas State Honor Code. This position requires individuals to multi-task and pay attention to details.
Students who meet these criteria and have the ability to speak a foreign language, including ASL, are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants must possess proficient computer typing skills as well as exceptional oral reading fluency.
The Testing, Evaluation, and Measurement Center (TEMC) is dedicated to supporting students, faculty, and the community with testing and evaluation related needs. The TEMC is composed of four offices: Testing Lab Services; the Academic Testing for Students with Disabilities (ATSD) office; Scanning Services; and the Testing Center Round Rock (TCRR). By providing a variety of testing and scanning options with specialized equipment in a secure testing environment, it is our goal to support student persistence, reduce barriers to graduation, and support faculty research.