Assessor ( ITQ )

Recruiter
Support Services Group
Location
Birmingham
Salary
21000.0000
Posted
20 Mar 2017
Closes
19 Apr 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Assessor IT Users (ITQ) Birmingham £21,000 - £22,000

Role: IT Users Assessor/Trainer (to assess level 2 and 3 qualifications)

Salary: Circa 22.5k

Purpose of the role

  • To assess QCF’s qualifications as and when directed by the Curriculum Manager
  • To work in line with the QCF assessment strategy
  • To maintain accurate learner tracking information
  • To liaise closely with the curriculum Lead Internal verifier and other senior managers

You would be responsible to the Curriculum Manager, working with the Lead IQA’s for the Curriculum area.

Responsibilities

  • Following all quality and compliance procedures for the programme delivered
  • Achieve 'fully compliant’ awarding body results on QCF
  • Learner and employer satisfaction scores (9)
  • Learner’s completion rates to be achieved to target (85%)
  • Timely in front of learners to be to target (85%)
  • Delivering all vocational, Functional skills and technical certificates
  • To support the Curriculum Manager in all employer requests
  • To strengthen relationships with external partners through excellent execution
  • To identify additional training opportunities and refer them to the curriculum manager

Person specification

You will need the following:

  • Level three assessor award (D32/33, A1, Cert in assessing vocational achievement or equivalent)
  • PTTLS or equivalent teaching qualification desirable
  • Occupational experience in the Curriculum Area
  • Excellent communicator skills - both verbal and written
  • Organisation skills and ability to adapt to varying workload and deadlines
  • Ideally able to assess in other sectors such as Management/Business Admin or Team Leading
  • Full driving licence

The role requires working flexibility in line with the learner’s work patterns. You will be required to have flexibility due to the location of learners, therefore travel is essential.