Professional Scorer - Working in Pearson Facility
Job Description
Scorers will work in an office environment, evaluating student responses to subject-related open-ended questions according to a customer supplied scoring guide. Candidates must qualify after completion of training in order to continue scoring.
Pearson offers compensation packages that reward exceptional quality and productivity. Scoring is generally compensated at a wage of $15/hour (effective 1/1/22) with additional incentives paid based on daily and weekly performance (up to $150 per week). 

-  Conferred a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited College or University (If you received your degree outside of the United States, a Foreign Equivalency Report is required stating that you have an equivalent of at least 4-year degree in the United States. It is your responsibility to obtain this report. You may email your report to HR if you receive an offer of employment).
-  Eligible to work in the United States  
-  Basic computer skills (keyboard, mouse)
-  Ability to sit for extended periods of time
-  Ability to maintain a confidential work environment  
-  Must be capable of working on a team.  
-  Teaching experience is preferred.
Major Responsibilities:
-  Evaluates student responses to open-ended questions in a reliable manner and scores according to customer supplied scoring guide.
-  Successfully internalizes training and customer scoring guide.
-  May be required to pass qualifying test before scoring.
-  Must be able to put aside personal biases and apply scoring guide according to customer requirements.
-  Must be committed to working the duration of the project.
-  Meets rate and reliability requirements established for project.