AAT Assessor

Recruiter
Location
Swindon
Salary
£28000 - £30761 per annum
Posted
30 Nov 2017
Closes
12 Dec 2017
Ref
SW193
Contact
Sharron Probert
Function
Teaching
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Part Time

AAT Assessor

£30,761.36 per annum pro rata

12 hours per week

We are seeking to recruit an AAT Assessor who will be responsible for the assessment, review and support of students within the Business First area.

The post holder's main responsibilities will be the assessment, review, coordination and support of students in Business First by observing and assessing the students in their place of work and measure their competence. The post holder will be allocated a caseload of candidates with a responsibility to ensure that the College meets its contractual commitments.

Using your report writing skills, you will maintain accurate records of student progress. Dealing with negative feedback about learners will call upon your excellent communication skills

  • You will hold a relevant NVQ Level 3 qualification (or equivalent). If you do not hold an A1/V1 Assessors Award (or equivalent), we will help you work towards this.

You will also be requires to hold a level 2 (or equivalent) qualifications in Maths and English will be an essential requirement for this role. (or the commitment to gaining within 24 months).

To find out more about the role, please click apply and we will email you an application pack.

Closing date: 10th December 2017

Interviews to be held: 15th December 2017

Please note this vacancy may close sooner if sufficient applications have been received so please apply as soon as possible if interested. We reserve the right to change the interview date if circumstances require it.

'The College is committed to the advancement of Equality of Opportunity (ensuring everyone is treated fairly), the elimination of discrimination and the safeguarding and welfare of children and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We welcome applications from all sections of the community'