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Cambridge International IGCSE Latin - Examiners

Job Requisition ID:  7023
Business Unit:  Cambridge Assessment International Education

United Kingdom

Posted Date:  15-Oct-2021

Cambridge Assessment International Education is growing and over 10,000 schools in more than 160 countries are now part of our Cambridge International learning community.

To support our continued growth worldwide, we are expanding our examiner network, and inviting teachers to develop their professional practice by becoming Cambridge examiners.


We currently have new examiner vacancies for IGCSE Latin.


Requirements are that applicants will:

  • be based in the UK
  • have a minimum of 3 years’ experience of teaching
  • have a degree in Latin, Classics or a related subject
  • have a PGCE or related teaching qualification in Classics
  • have a PC/Mac, fast broadband and IT skills
  • to mark on this panel you will be expected to attend a face to face meeting in the UK.


Successful applicants will have:

  • a keen eye for detail
  • the ability to work under pressure
  • the ability to keep to deadlines


As an examiner you will be marking a specific number of scripts in line with approved marking instructions and to the required standard. For more information on the role of an examiner please visit our website. There will be payment per script marked.



We offer:

  • a powerful insight into the teaching and assessment of Cambridge qualifications
  • support in developing your own professional practice
  • the highest standards of training and support
  • freelance opportunities, based on contracts for service for each examination series, which fit around your existing commitments


Please note that all successful applications with a UK postal address will be subject to right to work and other background checks.


You must provide the details of a referee who has known you in a professional capacity for at least 6 months. We are unable to accept references from family, friends, or employees of Cambridge University Press & Assessment or any department of Cambridge University.