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Proctor, Test and Exam Center (Albany County Campus)

Proctor, Test and Exam Center (Albany County Campus)

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The mission of Laramie County Community College is to transform our students' lives through the power of inspired learning. Our over-arching goal is that our accomplishments as a community college will distinguish LCCC from others in the nation, in turn benefiting our communities and bringing pride to the Great State of Wyoming.  Our core values include Passion, Authenticity, and the Desire to Make a Difference. 



Job Summary: 

Core responsibilities of this position include:

The Test and Exam Center Proctor is part-time non-benefited position that is responsible for but not limited to: administering make-up exams, tele-course and online exams, exams for students with testing accommodations, certification exams, and High School Equivalency Certificate (HSEC) examinations.

Duties include scheduling, administering, monitoring, preparing test materials, ensuring proper testing environment, providing instructions, regulating all examinations, processing scores, reporting results, maintaining statistical information, and maintaining security including keeping test materials secure and confidential prior to, during, and after each test session.

This position is scheduled for approximately 15 hours per week including days and evenings as determined by program needs. Other tasks may be assigned based on contemporary institutional need.

LCCC in its strategic plan has identified important Core Values and Aspirational Values, which are inherent in the cultural fabric of the College.  The person fulfilling this role is expected to bear these qualities and advocate for them.



Compensation: $12.12 per hour. Commensurate with experience and education.


Screening Date: Open Until Filled. For full consideration, apply by June 17th, 2018.


Start Date: July 2nd, 2018. 

Essential Functions

Essential Functions:  


Testing Center Operations:

  • Assist with the overall operations of the testing center through developing center schedules; organizing equipment and testing areas; opening and closing the facility; and maintaining supply inventories
  • Maintain a proper testing environment through enforcement of policies, procedures, and expectations for the area; take appropriate action when an issue arises, including notification of the area supervisor when necessary
  • Provide instruction and test materials to individuals testing, monitor test taking, and complete the process per the applicable test requirements
  • Facilitate approved testing accommodations for students and testing patrons
  • Communicate with the area supervisor on operational needs, performance, and applicable reporting
  • Communicate effectively with students, faculty, staff, and testing patrons regarding operations, requests, schedules and applicable testing information

Records Management:

  • Maintain complete, confidential, and accurate records
  • Maintain testing documents and materials in a secure and confidential manner prior to, during, and after testing in accordance with area protocol
  • Process scores, report results and complete statistical reporting of testing information while maintaining a secure and confidential process
  • Complete and maintain area-reporting, spreadsheets, and document retention

Nonessential Functions:  

An employee in this position may perform some of these responsibilities on an infrequent basis:

  • Assist with department and college projects and programs when appropriate
  • Solicit feedback and implements suggestions from students and peers
  • As required attend college, division, and program trainings/meetings
  • Overnight travel may be required

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Proficient working knowledge and ability with personal computing applications – specifically Microsoft Office Suite (e.g., Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint), Adobe products (e.g., Reader, Professional), as well as database management systems
  • Ability to read and interpret instructions in oral, written, or diagrammatical form (e.g., a flow chart of a process) and consider possible applications of business literature and legal documents
  • Ability to support time-based requests; able to function effectively in a multi-tasking, fast-paced environment with deadlines, frequent interruptions, and some interpersonal pressure
  • Knowledge of basic office equipment including (but not limited to) personal computer and associated peripherals, fax machine, multi-line telephone, voice recorders, and other electronic devices
  • Capable of exercising discretion and good judgment at all times; able to maintain a positive attitude, exhibit patience, and persistence, especially when dealing with various internal and external constituents; good judgment, discreet, engaging, reliable, tactful, and have professional discretion with a track record of maintaining confidential and sensitive information
  • Ability to effectively and professionally execute the essential functions of this position with proven capabilities in establishing appropriate professional rapport, communicating with courtesy and tact, accurately determine others needs, collecting necessary information, and follow-through when requested
  • Ability to travel when necessary

Physical/Mental Demands: 

  • To successfully perform the essential functions of this position, an employee must be able to maintain appropriate composure and necessary confidentiality with regard to both past and current employee, student, and donor data; documents; issues; etc., and respect privacy needs of employees, students, donors
  • The ability to comply with highly inflexible deadlines is required to successfully perform the essential functions of this position; there will be multiple occurrences of sudden, urgent task completion required
  • While performing the essential functions of this position a variable work schedule may be required including long workdays, evenings, and weekends as needed
  • There may be occurrences of interacting with employees and/or students, past employees and/or students, members of the general public, and others who express opinions, may exhibit strong emotions, which will require the employee to interact professionally, diplomatically, and appropriately in such situations
  • While performing the essential duties of this position, an employee would frequently be required to move around the assigned work areas as well as within hallways, meeting rooms, and other parts of the campus facilities
  • There may be multiple/daily instances of prolonged sitting, standing, and personal computer use, which would include keyboard and/or mouse usage as well as viewing a computer monitor
  • An employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 35 pounds to perform essential position functions
  • Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus
  • The overall work environment requires the mental ability to shift focal point quickly due to interruptions; an employee must be able to mentally track multiple projects and tasking as well
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate; however, there may be unexpected instances of somewhat loud sounds



  • Associate’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
  • One year of experience in at least one of the following areas: teaching, counseling, records management, and/or customer service in a professional or business environment


  • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution




Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer


Laramie County Community College is committed to providing a safe and nondiscriminatory educational and employment environment. The college does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation or other status protected by law. Sexual harassment, including sexual violence, is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. The college does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational, extracurricular, athletic or other programs or in the context of employment.


The College has a designated person to monitor compliance and to answer any questions regarding the college’s non-discrimination policies:  Please contact: Title IX and ADA Coordinator, Room 205B, Pathfinder Building, 1400 E College Drive, Cheyenne, WY  82007, 307-778-1217,