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Last reviewed on 30 June 2021
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Download our model job description and person specification to help you to find the most suitable candidates for an examinations officer role.

Download our model job description and person specification

Use our model job description and person specification to help you recruit an examinations officer.

Adapt it to suit your school’s context, needs and priorities. For example:

  • If you're part of a multi-academy trust (MAT), you can add details about how you expect the examinations officer to work across the schools in your trust
  • If you want your examinations officer to also have a secondary role in your school, such as a data officer, you can add details about what that will entail

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