Network Engineer Assessor

Training 2000 Ltd
14 Mar 2019
28 Mar 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you a fantastic Network Engineer who has a desire to assess Apprentices?

Do you want to assess people in your field of expertise?

Want to be part of the digital growth area in apprenticeships?

If so, then we have the perfect role for you!

About us:

Training 2000 is at the heart of the Lancashire economy, developing talent and training the next generation. We are growing and an exciting opportunity has arisen for the post of Network Engineer Assessor either on a self-employed or employed fixed term basis

If you haven’t already heard of us, we are part of the University of Central Lancashire Group and have over 50 years’ experience of delivering high quality technical and professional training programmes to industry and individuals.

We have a strong heritage, skilled workforce, state of the art facilities and above all a great team ethos. We are on a mission to deliver learning excellence and create outstanding talent for Lancashire and beyond and we firmly believe our people are our biggest asset in achieving this. Our customers are diverse and their businesses varied, from micro businesses such as Dental Practices to global companies such as Rolls Royce.

About the Role:

We are looking to recruit a Network Engineer Assessor on a part time basis to work one day per week working any day Monday to Thursday. This role can be carried out on an employed fixed term basis until July fixing the one day per week paying a salary of £25,237 (pro-rata) or we are able to offer this on a self-employed basis with a daily rate of £160 per day.

The role that we are recruiting for is part of our Professional Services and Medical team and therefore, you will be joining a team who are growing lots of exciting new qualifications including this one. As a business we are moving with the technology world and the Digital Apprenticeship Market is where we are looking to expand over the next few years. This makes it a really exciting time to join our business as you can help us shape the future of Training 2000.

We’re looking for a Network Engineer Assessor that will offer support and assess our Apprentices against the standard. You will be responsible for working with some of our big customers and will have a cohort of learners assigned to you. With these learners, you will help guide them through building a quality portfolio of work which will help them with their end point assessment at the end of their qualification which is expected in July 2019.

The primary role of a network engineer assessor is provide support and assess learners who design, install, maintain and support communication networks within an organisation or between organisations. Network engineers need to maintain high levels of operation of communication networks in order to provide maximum performance and availability for their users, such as staff, clients, customers and suppliers. They will understand network configuration, cloud, network administration and monitoring tools, and be able to give technical advice and guidance. Cyber knowledge would be an advantage but not essential.

We are looking for someone who holds relevant qualifications which will allow them to assess qualifications up to and including Level 4. We’re ideally looking for someone who has experience in assessing Apprentices and although not essential holds an appropriate assessors qualification.

In return, you will be joining a department and specifically a qualification that is growing and you will be able to help us shape how we run this in the future.

We firmly believe that everyone is unique in their own way and we are looking for people from all walks of life who will join our inclusive culture. We are committed to equality, diversity and access for all which makes Training 2000 a great place to work.

Safeguarding of our learners is at the heart of everything that we do. Therefore, due to having children (under 18’s) on our site, all appointments are subject to the receipt of a satisfactory enhanced child workforce disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS; formally the CRB), or a check via the Update Service on a relevant enhanced disclosure. Further information on these checks can be obtained from the Government website.

If this sounds like the kind of role and place for you then we are really excited to hear from you. If you’d like an informal discussion ahead of applying, please contact a member of our HR team on (phone number removed) and they will be more than happy to help

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