Examination Invigilators play an important role in the administration of examinations at the University of Adelaide.

This page provides an overview of the roles and responsibilities of an Invigilator, along with the process to express an interest in joining the team.

Expressions of interest are now closed.

The role of an invigilator is to supervise and assist candidates in exams conducted throughout the year at various examination locations.

Applications to become an invigilator open seasonally each year. Expressions of interest open and are assessed during these periods each year, so please continue to monitor the website to register your interest. Prospective Invigilators should read the information available below carefully before expressing an interest, in order to obtain an overview of the responsibilities and expectations of the role.

If you would like to express your interest in becoming an Invigilator with the University of Adelaide, please complete the expression of interest form.


Invigilation Information

Learn more about the important role of an Invigilator with the University of Adelaide.

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Current Invigilators

Keep up to date with new policies and procedures relating to examination invigilation.

Updates for current invigilators

Current invigilators

If you have not completed your health, safety, and well-being online induction, please do so.

Further information can be found via the Current Invigilators web page.