CES provides evaluations of student responses to practice tests such as TOEFL. Familiarity with the test formats is an asset. Being a native English speaker, holding a University degree, and having access to a computer with a stable internet connection are required. There is no prescribed number of hours of work. Evaluators are free to accept or decline assignments. In general, we expect evaluators to have 10 or more hours per week of availability.
Description of the Role:
Evaluate spoken and written test responses. Depending on the client an evaluation can involve Scoring, Corrections, Feedback, or Sample Responses. Scoring involves identifying how well the student has performed against the scoring rubric (evaluation criteria). Providing corrections involves fixing grammar, spelling, and punctuation/organization. Feedback is synthesizing the issues in the student response into categories and commenting on what is happening and offering suggestions for improvement. Last, a sample response is meant as a model response for the student to review.
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CES develops practice tests for TOEFL and TOEIC, two widely known ETS English language evaluation products. There is an ongoing demand for experienced freelance writers. Familiarity with the test formats is an asset. Access to a computer with a stable internet connection and standard word processing software is required. See application details below.
CES regularly produces audio recordings for ESL tests and dramas. We are expanding our team of on-call adult voice actors/actresses. Experience and/or formal training preferred. Must be a strong sight reader and enunciate clearly. Those with authentic British or Australian accents are also encouraged to apply. This is part time work. As such recordings often take place in the early evening as many of our voice actors have day jobs. Description of the Role: One to four voice actors work with an audio engineer/director in CES?recording studio. Scripts are provided at the time of the recording. The majority of scripts involve students, professors, or office workers in social, casual, business, and classroom settings. See application details below.