Heath and Social Care Assessor/Trainer
CMD Recruitment Ltd is recruiting for a Health and Social Care assessor for a National Training Provider to work in the Southampton region .
The caseloads are on average 35-40 learners but can vary dependant on sector, with the foremost focus being on the learners, their progress and their timely achievement. Trainer Assessors are expected to source a proportion of their own learners to shape a localised caseload, whilst also being supported by a motivated, energetic and engaging sales team.
My client uses e-portfolio so you can manage the learner journey remotely, which creates a robust tracking system and we will provide you with all the tools for you to do this successfully.
You will work remotely but you won't be on your own as you will form part of a regional learner achievement team (LAT). They have a passion for education and are dedicated to helping others develop their skills and fulfil their potential. The teams meet on a monthly basis to share best practice, link with other inspiring team members and are structured to support you and provide you with the best opportunity to succeed.
Knowledge skills & experience
The ideal candidate will be a caring person who is passionate about supporting learners through their development journey.
The essential requirements are :
- Assessment Qualification (TAQA/A1/D32/33)
- NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care; or equivalent
- Functional Skills Level 1 (Mathematics, English & ICT) or equivalent
- Previous experience of working remotely
- IT competent with working knowledge of Microsoft Office including spreadsheets
Working for this Provider you'll need to be a people person and you will be representing and promoting the Company values. Owing to the nature of this position, any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory check from the Disclosure and Barring Service. As a Disability Confident and Investors in Diversity organisation, my client is committed to providing services which embrace diversity and which promote equality of opportunity. A guaranteed interview scheme is available for applicants with a disability who meet our minimum selection criteria.