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Employment Opportunities

IEEAC staff are employed in a range of professional and administrative positions:

  • Research Officer (works on a range of projects and assists with the design, construction, trialling, analysis and evaluation of assessments)
  • Desktop Publisher (provides DTP assistance for a range of IEEAC publishing and graphic design requirements)
  • Computer programmer (provides programming assistance and systems administration for a range of IEEAC testing programs)
  • Warehouse assistant (supports the Distribution Supervisor in packing, despatch and stock control activities)
  • Accounts Administrative Assistant (supports the activities of IEEACís accounts department).

Fulll time positions

Normally vacancies are advertised in the IEERA Website.

Casual positions

Due to the seasonal nature of some IEEAC activities, and the varying requirements of Government tenders secured, the Committee regularly engages staff on short-term contracts. Casual staff are employed in the following categories:

Research and Assessment

  • Item writers - advertisements are placed in the IEERA Website on an annual basis requesting expressions of interest in item writing training workshops (see below)
  • Markers (including supervisors) - advertisements are placed in the IEERA Website annually or as required, requesting expressions of interest in marking.


  • Publications staff (graphic designers, DTP operators) - a register of people available for casual contracts is developed through advertising on the internet, qualified by an interview and the submission of work samples. Work is allocated to staff on the register by the Publications Manager
  • Data entry staff - data entry and other clerical casual staff are engaged by the Data Capture Supervisor in consultation with the Operations Coordinator
  • Warehouse & distribution assistants - warehouse and distribution staff are engaged by the Warehouse Supervisor in consultation with the Operations Controller to agreed selection criteria.

Staff are recruited through various recruitment agencies that specialise in casual data entry, clerical staff and warehouse staff, but may be recruited through annual advertising (eg item writers) under the management of the Operations Controller.

Training Workshops for Item Writers

Item writers are required to attend a training workshop, producing test questions that will be considered for use within the International English Competitions , Placement Tests and possibly Government Projects. After training, item writers can submit items throughout the year.

Item Writing workshops are normally held during school holidays. Information about the workshops is distributed before the end of the first school term.

Individuals with school teaching experience may obtain an application form from the HR Coordinator emailing

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