Become an appointee

If you're looking for a rewarding opportunity to develop your career and make better use of your skills, becoming an appointee could be for you.

Benefits

What to expect

We work together delivering world class standards in training and assessment.

Being an appointee could mean working from home, for roles such as marker, or it might mean joining a team in a central location.

Sometimes we need you to visit an SQA centre. If you need release from your normal employment, SQA will ask your employer and reimburse them for your absence.

If you become a visiting examiner or moderator, you'll need to fill in a Child Safeguarding Declaration Form.

Am I eligible?

We'll give you full training and support if you decide to become an appointee.

To be an appointee, you need:

Learn about the different roles

Apply to be an appointee

Got a question?

Please e-mail us am@sqa.org.uk