Digital Marketing Assessor

DT Plus
09 Mar 2019
31 Mar 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
This is a North West role

Summary of main purpose of role:

To engage and work with learners and employers all to ensure all training solutions delivered meet both the requirements of the common inspection framework and any mandatory auditable processes.

To deliver quality assessment in order to progress individuals through a period of learning that enhances their ability to perform their current role and improve their chances of career progression.

Key Responsibilities:

* To work with the programme manager and create an assessment strategy and delivery plan for a number of apprenticeship programmes, delivering the new digital standards

* Overall responsibility of rolling this out across a team of assessors

* Managing a caseload of learners ensuring timely progression of their chosen apprenticeship.

* Ensure all learners are visited regularly as per their agreed learning plan in line with the guided learning hours of the qualification and where necessary additional visits are carried out to support any additional needs.

* Monitor learner’s progression and ensure assessment for each element of the apprenticeship is completed enabling learners to meet achievement targets for all parts of their programme on time.

* Maintain learner records accurately both hard copy and electronically and ensure all evidence for all visits is readily available and accessible for audit and quality purposes.

* Carry out learner inductions.

* Undertake assessment and review with every learner in line with documented standards, system and strategy.

* Implement any improvements identified as a result of performance reviews and internal verification sampling.

* Undertake internal verifier duties (where applicable).

* Engage employers in all learner reviews and promote a positive image of the company and assist in the completion of employer training needs analysis to ensure employers are provided with training solutions for all their needs / teams.

* Proactively work with Operations Management and Employer Engagement Consultants in order to maintain targeted caseload numbers in line with the SFA contract value.

* Promote and monitor equality of opportunity and safe working practices as defined by Intraining policies.

* Attendance at regional meetings and training as required.

* To support new assessors and act as a mentor and ‘work buddy’ when needed.

* To actively support the company during assessor shortages by supporting caseloads out of region.

* Other duties that may be reasonably assigned by the line manager.

Standard Responsibilities for all positions in HIDDEN PROVIDER:

* Participate in any staff review/performance management processes involving the identifying and meeting of training needs for self and others.

* Take appropriate responsibility to ensure the health and safety of self and others.

* Pursue the achievement and integration of equal opportunities throughout all activities.

* Undertake any other tasks and responsibilities appropriate to the level of this post.

* Comply with all HIDDEN PROVIDER policies and procedures

* HIDDEN PROVIDER is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share and promote this commitment

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