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Post: ETS Part-Time Opportunity - Scoring HSTW(High Schools That W

Posted by ETS on 12/18/05

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    Online Raters Needed for
    HSTW Program
    (High Schools That Work)

    Who: Teachers and Individuals with Bachelor’s degree (or
    higher) in mathematics, general science, English, and/or
    language arts. Current or prior teaching experience at high
    school or middle school levels is highly desirable. Middle
    school teachers should be experienced in Algebra. Graduate
    students (Teaching Assistants) and substitute teachers are
    also welcome to apply.

    Applicants must be residents of the United States.

    What: To score HSTW student responses to open-ended
    performance questions by computer, using ETS scoring
    rubrics

    Where: HSTW raters will use the Online Scoring NetworkTM
    (OSN) system to evaluate examinees’ responses using a
    computer from their home or office.

    When: February 1 – March 5, 2006

    Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from an accredited college or
    university
    Scorers must have computers that meet the minimum hardware
    and software requirement (please see www.ets.org for
    further details)

    Training: Approved applicants will self-train using the
    online tutorial followed by certification. Successful
    certification is required to score.

    Schedule: Raters are required to work in four or eight hour
    increments up to a maximum of 40 hours a week.

    Compensation: Approved and certified raters earn $15 an
    hour

    Online Application: http://www.ets.org – Click on Scoring
    Opportunities at the top left-hand corner of the home page,
    and then click on Online Scoring Opportunities. Scroll down
    and choose the application form for HSTW.



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