Department of Education: Invigilators for 2023 / 2024.
Location: Eastern Cape, South Africa
Closing date: 03 March 2023 (District) 28 April 2023 (Provincial)
Apply for Department of Education: Invigilators for 2023 / 2024
Applications are invited from qualifying unemployed applicants for appointment as INVIGILATORS
for National Senior Certificate Examination (NSC) and Amended Senior Certificate Examination
(SC) Part – time centres for 2023/24 is attached as ANNEXURE A.
A form for declaration by officials involved in examination activities to the Department
of Education concerning relatives/close friends writing the National Senior Certificate
(NSC)/ Senior Certificate (SC) is attached as ANNEXURE B.
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Application forms to be handed in at District Offices Examinations and Assessment Office
for applicants who qualify and wish to be appointed as INVIGILATORS for Grade 12 NSC/SC Part
time centres examinations.
APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT AS INVIGILATORS FOR 2023/24 GRADE 12
NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS (NSC)/ SENIOR CERTIFICATE (SC)
AND PART TIME CENTRES
CHIEF DIRECTORATE: EXAMINATIONS AND ASSESSMENT
Steve Vukile Tshwete Complex, Zone 6 Zwelitsha, 5608, Private Bag X0032, Bhisho, 5605 REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA:
Enquiries: Ms F. Bikitsha Tel: 040 602 7039 . Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Certificate Examination as amended, paragraph 4 of Annexure I. At private centres, invigilators
are to be appointed in accordance with the instruction of the Head of the assessment Body.
DUTIES OF INVIGILATORS
Duties of invigilator include:
• Admission of registered candidates to the examination room.
• Monitor the process of the writing examination, from the start until the end of examinations.
• Safeguard the security of examination venues and material.
• Submit daily reports to the district office.
• Protect the integrity and creditability of examination processes.
TRAINING OF INVIGILATORS
Invigilators must have a thorough knowledge of the procedures, rules and regulations pertaining to
the administration of examinations. Appointed invigilators will be trained before the commencement
WHO QUALIFIES TO BE AN INVIGILATOR?
7.1 Applicants should be unemployed South Africa citizens above 25 years but below 60 years.
7.2 Applicants must have a minimum of Grade 12 qualification.
7.3 Foreign Nationals who have a passport and work permit which is valid for more than six (6)
months, SAQA and DHET evaluation Certificate.
7.4 Unemployed and retired educators.
WHO DOES NOT QUALIFY TO BE AN INVIGILATORS
8.1 Applicants who do not meet the criteria in 7 above.
8.2 Officials who were involved in examination irregularities.
8.4 Applicants who are employed full time/part time.
CONDITIONS OF APPOINTMENT
9.1 Applications must be completely filled in.
9.2 All required documents, ID and recent photos must be attached to the application form.
9.3 Documents must be certified by SAPS only and must be valid for 3 months from the date of
9.4. Applicants with relatives/close friends registered to write NSC/SC/ cannot be appointed in the
centres where these candidates are registered.
9.5. The Department of Education reserves the right to disqualify any appointment if there is
evidence that the applicant misrepresented him/herself by providing fraudulent or inaccurate
information, both work and academic record.
9.4 Appointed applicants will be expected to sign a binding 1 year contract with the Department.
REMUNERATION OF INVIGILATORS
10.1 Appointed invigilators will be remunerated in accordance with Personnel Administration
Measurement (PAM) as per amended.
10.2 Invigilators will be paid per session as per rate.
10.3 No transport costs will be paid to invigilators.
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- RECOMMENDATIONS BY DISTRICT OFFICES
11.1 The membership of the District Committee that recommends qualifying applicants is
constituted as follows:
11.1.1 Chief Education Specialist: Curriculum (Chairperson)
11.1.2 District Head of Examinations and Senior examinations officials.
11.1.3 Three members of District Assessment Irregularities Committee (DAIC)
11.1.4 HRA secretariat.
11.1.5 Union Members as observers.
11.2 The District Committee is expected to:
11.2.1 Recommend qualifying applicants and place them in centres that are
nearer to their residential addresses. Submit application forms and lists
to Head Office for final appointments.
11.2.2 Submit minutes, attendance register for the selection panel.
11.2.3 Make provision of reserve lists to cater for those who will not be able to accept the
11.3 All qualifying applicants that are not placed must be batched per centre and be submitted to
the Head Office.
11.4 All the non-recommended application forms should also be submitted to the Head Office.
- APPOINTMENT BY HEAD OFFICE
12.1 Final appointments will be done by Head Office.
12.2 A submission for approval appointment and payment of invigilators and payment of invigilators.
12.3 Appointment letters will be printed and distributed to Districts.
12.4 Appointed Invigilators will be trained before the start of examinations.
- CLOSING DATES:
Closing date for receiving application forms at the District Office 03 MARCH 2023
Closing date for receiving application forms from Districts at the Provincial Office
28 APRIL 2023
Kindly note that all information in application form will be verified and applicants are therefore
reminded that provision of inaccurate information constitutes grounds for immediate disqualification
and disciplinary action.
The co-operation of all education stakeholders in this important process is both anticipated and
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