King's Edge Assessor

Job Description

We are pleased to announce that we are recruiting assessors for the submissions of the Champion for Change, King's Mentoring and Careers 360 Awarsd under the Service and Leadership Stream of King’s Experience Awards. We are looking for dedicated individuals who have a passion for social awareness, active allyship, critical thinking, sense of belonging, well-being of community and professional identity formation.



As a King’s Experience Assessor, you will assess up to 30 online form submissions and be paid £13.92 per hour (20 hours of work in total). 



You will be required to attend a one-hour online training on April 22nd, 12:00-13:00, during which you will learn how to assess submissions and provide feedback to applicants. Please do not apply if you cannnot attend this session. 



Please also ensure that you are available for 20 hours of work within 22nd April - 24th May. 



This offer is open for King's PhD students. It is an excellent opportunity to enhance their assessing skills and contribute to the King’s community.



To apply for this role, please provide brief answers to the following questions:




  1.  Why do you want to be the King's Edge Assessor?

  2. What skills do you have that allow you to become the King's Edge Assessor?



We are looking for assessors who have excellent communication and critical thinking skills, are detail-oriented, and have a passion for social justice. This role is an excellent opportunity to develop skills in assessment, feedback, and mentoring, which will be beneficial in your future careers.



If you are interested in applying for this role, please send your answers to the above questions to by 16th April. 



We look forward to hearing from you!




Qualifications

We are pleased to announce that we are recruiting assessors for the submissions of the Champion for Change, King's Mentoring and Careers 360 Awarsd under the Service and Leadership Stream of King’s Experience Awards. We are looking for dedicated individuals who have a passion for social awareness, active allyship, critical thinking, sense of belonging, well-being of community and professional identity formation.



As a King’s Experience Assessor, you will assess up to 30 online form submissions and be paid £13.92 per hour (20 hours of work in total). 



You will be required to attend a one-hour online training on April 22nd, 12:00-13:00, during which you will learn how to assess submissions and provide feedback to applicants. Please do not apply if you cannnot attend this session. 



Please also ensure that you are available for 20 hours of work within 22nd April - 24th May. 



This offer is open for King's PhD students. It is an excellent opportunity to enhance their assessing skills and contribute to the King’s community.



To apply for this role, please provide brief answers to the following questions:




  1.  Why do you want to be the King's Edge Assessor?

  2. What skills do you have that allow you to become the King's Edge Assessor?



We are looking for assessors who have excellent communication and critical thinking skills, are detail-oriented, and have a passion for social justice. This role is an excellent opportunity to develop skills in assessment, feedback, and mentoring, which will be beneficial in your future careers.



If you are interested in applying for this role, please send your answers to the above questions to by 16th April. 



We look forward to hearing from you!



Skills

We are pleased to announce that we are recruiting assessors for the submissions of the Champion for Change, King's Mentoring and Careers 360 Awarsd under the Service and Leadership Stream of King’s Experience Awards. We are looking for dedicated individuals who have a passion for social awareness, active allyship, critical thinking, sense of belonging, well-being of community and professional identity formation.



As a King’s Experience Assessor, you will assess up to 30 online form submissions and be paid £13.92 per hour (20 hours of work in total). 



You will be required to attend a one-hour online training on April 22nd, 12:00-13:00, during which you will learn how to assess submissions and provide feedback to applicants. Please do not apply if you cannnot attend this session. 



Please also ensure that you are available for 20 hours of work within 22nd April - 24th May. 



This offer is open for King's PhD students. It is an excellent opportunity to enhance their assessing skills and contribute to the King’s community.



To apply for this role, please provide brief answers to the following questions:




  1.  Why do you want to be the King's Edge Assessor?

  2. What skills do you have that allow you to become the King's Edge Assessor?



We are looking for assessors who have excellent communication and critical thinking skills, are detail-oriented, and have a passion for social justice. This role is an excellent opportunity to develop skills in assessment, feedback, and mentoring, which will be beneficial in your future careers.



If you are interested in applying for this role, please send your answers to the above questions to by 16th April. 



We look forward to hearing from you!

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