What is a National Board Assessor?National Board assessors score candidate responses to portfolio or assessment center exercises and are trained to look for evidence of a candidate’s practice through the lens of the National Board standards. Assessors are compensated at an hourly rate of $22 (plus any applicable milestones) for all training and scoring activities, and the regular work hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, for the duration of the project.Requirements- Conferred a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college (If you received your degree outside of the United States, a Foreign Equivalency Report is required stating that you have an equivalent of at least 4-year degree in the United States. It is your responsibility to obtain this report. You may email your report to HR if you receive an offer of employment).- Eligible to work in the United States- All scoring and other work activities must be completed in the United States- Minimum 3 years of teaching or school counseling experience- Familiarity with using computer hardware (mouse, keyboard, webcam and headset/earphone/speaker) if working from home- Basic knowledge and comfortability in using Microsoft Applications, specifically video conferencing and chat features- Ability to maintain a confidential work environment- Access to a home or office computer that meets the requirements of the scoring system, internet service, and telephone connection.
For security reasons, readers may not use shared office computers or work from institutional or public computer labs.- Upon hire, Pearson requires employees to have access to a mobile device with texting capabilities to support Microsoft Authentication (Multi-Factor Authenticator) to provide the most secure sign-in experience and continuous access to Pearson systems.Job Types: Part-time, TemporarySalary: From $22.00 per hourSchedule: 8 hour shiftMonday to FridayWork Location: In person, Fort Mill, SC