About us

Cambridge Assessment International Education operates in more than 10,000 schools in over 160 countries.
We are looking to support our growth by working alongside committed, passionate individuals who share our values and believe in the importance of high quality education.

How will being an Assessment Specialist help you?

As an Assessment Specialist with us, you will gain an insight into the teaching and assessment of Cambridge qualifications around the world. We offer training to support your professional development with freelance opportunities, which fit around your existing commitments. Becoming an Assessment Specialist with us will enhance your teaching skills by helping you gain an improved understanding of the examination process for your subject area. This will enable you to better support your students in their learning and development, and improve their results. It will also give you an invaluable insight into assessment, which will underpin your professional development, and provide you with knowledge you can pass on to colleagues.
Becoming an Assessment Specialist with us will give you the opportunity to develop your skills in a variety of roles with the world’s largest provider of international education programmes and qualifications for 5 to 19 year olds.

What next?

If you are interested, then please click ‘Apply now’ on an open vacancy. You will see that the starting point for most Assessment Specialists is as an assistant examiner or an assistant moderator. These roles are integral to the success of our examinations and Cambridge will support you throughout your marking or moderation to make sure you have all the guidance you need.

Current opportunities

You can visit the Opportunities section of this site to view all the latest vacancies. Select Show more options and under Business Unit select Cambridge International to view our current vacancies.

More Information

For more information about what some of our Assessment Specialists do and what is required from them please visit our Cambridge International website by clicking below.