Temporary Production & Logistics Assistant (May-August 2019, Manchester)

Job summary
PLEASE NOTE: This application is now CLOSED.

At AQA, every year we are responsible for administering over 7 million GCSE and A-Level exam papers.

In order to meet the task of processing the exam scripts and help get results delivered on time we need a dedicated and hardworking team behind the scenes. This is why the Production & Logistics department is one of our biggest teams in our Manchester Offices.

Production and Logistics provide services across the entire exam cycle. From the production and distribution of digital and physical exam papers, to processing completed scripts for electronic and traditional marking; ensuring robust tracking of exam scripts and access to scripts and marking review through our post results service.

You could be assigned to a variety of administrative or operative jobs on a daily basis, covering tasks including printing and packing exam papers, scanning returned scripts, data entry, script quality checking, sorting and archiving marked exam scripts, or handling queries from our stakeholders.

This is a busy and fast past environment, which features a lot of bulk tasks, so we are looking for people with a good work ethic, strong attention to detail, the ability to learn on the job and a willingness to get stuck in to help make 2019 a successful year.

We offer full time roles on flexible contract lengths, all paying a competitive hourly rate of £8.00.

With opportunities to start as early as May and continuing past August; there will be some weekend work required during this time. Please be aware due to the nature of our work we will be unable to accommodate an unreasonable amount of annual leave over contracts.

To apply, please complete our online application form by logging in at the top of this page.

If you are successfully shortlisted, we are hosting a number of Assessment Mornings in March and April that will allow you the chance to meet with the team and get an idea of how the process works.