Job Description

Examiners evaluate written, creative, and verbal assignments to determine whether individuals have comprehended and presented the material sufficiently. They usually decide on a final grade based on the given criteria.

The Job Scope

  • Obtaining assignments, rubrics, and accompanying declarations
  • Analyse the quality, cogency, structure and presentation of responses
  • Making a note of comments throughout the evaluating process
  • Clearing deviations from marking guidelines ahead of time
  • Grading elements of each submission to decide a final mark
  • Returning graded tasks along with feedback and supporting paperwork
  • Responding to assignment-related concern
  • Recommending improvements to existing rubrics

Skills Required

Ability to make objective and accurate evaluations

Present themselves in a professional manner

Punctual to strictly adhere to exam schedules

Well organised and highly reliable

Academic Requirement

Degree in Education
  • SPM
    Minimum of 2 credits
  • Diploma in Education
    Minimum CGPA of 2.0


Salary Range

  • Fresh graduate
    An entry level examiner with 1-3 years of experience earns an average compensation of RM38,090 or RM3,174 a month.
  • Senior Level
    An examiner who has been in the industry for over 8 years earns an average compensation of RM60,995 or RM5,083 a month.