Become an IB examiner
As part of assessment processes the IB works with examiners and senior examiners in a variety of different roles. We are constantly looking to recruit new, skilled examiners and senior examiners as the IB continues to grow.
Examiners are appointed to mark externally assessed work or to moderate internally assessed components (reviewing the original marking of teachers).
Acting as an IB examiner provides an international educational experience, encompassing unique professional development opportunities and an insight into the assessment process.
Applications for all subjects are accepted throughout the year. Provided an applicant has experience teaching a subject at the appropriate level, and to the specified age group, then they do not have previously worked as an IB teacher.
Please use the following application form to apply. Before doing so, please read the examiner recruitment policy.
- Examiner recruitment policy [PDF, 122KB]
- Diploma Programme (DP) examiner application form [DOC, 166KB]
- Middle Years Programme (MYP) examiner application form [opens in a new window]
Examining for the IB can also count towards maintaining your role as a teacher, with IB examiners being able to apply for US teacher credits.
Find out more about becoming an examiner.
Senior examiners are responsible for the academic quality of IB assessments. In their role they provide effective, reliable and continuous leadership of an examining team during and across examination sessions, an IB Senior Examiner is looked to for their expertise and leadership.
You can browse available positions below.
If no suitable position is currently available please complete the expression of interest form and we will contact you when a suitable position arises.
The exact nature of senior examiner roles varies depending on the subject.
For more information on the different senior examiner roles, read about becoming a senior examiner.
Payment rates and marking periods
The IB Diploma Programme has two examination sessions per year. Examiner payment rates are reviewed annually.
Read about payment rates and marking periods.