Written by Test Administrator (Current Employee) from Bethesda, MD on August 7, 2012
A typical day of work would include checking test takers' identification, admitting them to take their tests, proctoring the test takers while they took their tests to maintain security , and then deliver the results of the test to the appropriate place. Some other responsibilities were general test center upkeep such as, keeping the test area sanitized - more...
flexible with school, very easy commute
not in my field of expertise, not many opportunities for advancement
What do employees say about Pearson's culture and work-life balance?
Written by Advisor (Former Employee) from Phoenix, AZ on March 18, 2019
My position was acquired by Pearson, so it didn't change much, but the systems used did. The transition was a bit rough, but it seemed like Pearson wanted to make things right by us. I felt like the culture was pretty good.