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Proctor Pool

If you are a faculty member who would like to request in-class proctoring assistance, please complete our request form.

About the Proctor Pool

Proctors work in both the Triton Testing Center and in the classroom to proctor tests and help ensure integrity is  maintained during the testing process. Proctors are expected to proctor at least 3 tests per quarter, attend mandatory training sessions, and help staff the Triton Testing Center. Work times will vary depending on schedule and availability. 

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Apply now to be a Proctor! We're conducting interviews and onboarding proctors on a rolling basis!

Proctors work in the Triton Testing Center and alongside course instructors and instructional assistants in classroom-based exams to help protect the integrity of the testing process. 

Integrity Proctors are expected to: 

  • attend mandatory training sessions (likely in the evenings or on Saturdays) each quarter of the academic year; 
  • indicate their quarter availability for proctoring; 
  • assume responsibility for showing up at designated time for each shift, and staying for the length of the committed time; 
  • proctor, with a team, a variety of in-person tests in a variety of classes all over campus; 
  • independently proctor students taking their tests in the Triton Testing Center; 
  • employ best academic integrity practices while proctoring, following established protocol for reporting any suspected integrity violations; -write statements related to any observed integrity violations; 
  • maintain the confidentiality and security of student information; 
  • safeguard and maintain the integrity of exam materials and the exam environment; 
  • complete a report after each proctoring event; 
  • submit a report at the end of the quarter; and 
  • represent the AI Office and the Triton Testing Center in a professional manner and with integrity. 

* May be required to attend Academic Integrity Reviews to serve as a witness. 
* May be asked to participate in interviews to help select future proctors. 

Proctors must: 

  • be current UC San Diego undergraduates in good academic standing; 
  • have excellent interpersonal and communication skills; 
  • be responsible, honest, fair, trustworthy & respectful, both independently and as a member of a team; 
  • have excellent organizational skills and ability to manage own complex calendar; 
  • exhibit an ability to be astute observers with attention to detail; 
  • command authority while maintaining professionalism and respect; 
  • attend the mandatory training(s); 
  • be available during the academic quarter, including midterm and finals weeks;  
  • able to fulfill commitments under tress and pressure; and,  
  • maintain integrity under stressful conditions and in environments with the potential of conflicts of interest 

Work hours will vary according to the exams being proctored. Proctors’ schedules will be aligned with their own class schedules, but we expect proctors to proctor at least 6 hours/week. The current pay is $19.40/hour.

Apply now to be a proctor! 

NOTE: by applying to this position, applicants give permission to the Triton Testing Center to check the applicant’s academic and disciplinary records, either of which may be used in decision-making about hiring.