Are You a Working or retired New York State Certified Teacher?

At Premier Assessment Services, we’re always seeking working and retired New York State certified teachers to join our team.

Our team of 200+ teachers is highly experienced in scoring New York State Elementary and Intermediate-Level tests, NYSESLAT and Regents exams.

Scoring sessions are held both at our Western Avenue office and at our scoring site in Clifton Park, NY.

A schedule of upcoming scoring sessions is available here.


Elementary and intermediate-level Test Scoring

Premier is currently accepting applications for elementary, middle-level and high school certified teachers to score New York State tests. Eligibility is based upon area of certification and teaching experience. Openings are available for Grades 3-8 ELA and Mathematics, Grades 4 and 8 Science and NYSESLAT (K-12). If you’re interested in learning more, let us know here.

Duties and Responsibilities

Scorers

Scorers must attend scheduled training sessions and successfully complete all requirements. Accuracy and consistency must be demonstrated throughout via ongoing read-behinds of scorer work or other process as required by the New York State Education Department (NYSED). Scorers must commit to strictly following all NYSED scoring guidelines and policies, as well as those regarding test security and confidentiality.

scoring leaders

Scoring leaders must attend leadership training to familiarize themselves with NYSED guidelines and policies. In preparation for each training session, leaders must review all official scoring materials. Leaders will monitor scorer accuracy and consistency via ongoing read-behinds or other process as required by NYSED. Leaders are responsible to collect meaningful feedback from their scoring teams as requested by the management team.

qualifications

Scorers

Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university, valid teacher certification and teaching experience.

Scoring leader

Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university, valid teacher certification and teaching experience.

Scoring leaders must be familiar with Common Core Learning Standards and have at least 3 years of scoring experience with a school district, regional scoring center or scoring vendor.

Compensation

$20.00 per hour for Scorers

$25.00 per hour for Scoring Leaders