“Why not work for one of the best Colleges in Greater Manchester?”
Tameside College in Ashton-Under-Lyne Greater Manchester, is a diverse and vibrant further education college that offers a wide range of course including A level and advanced level vocational study programmes, Apprenticeships and adult courses up to degree Level. Ranked in the top 3 performing Colleges in Greater Manchester, we aim to give all our students an exceptional experience.
Recently graded as ‘Good’ across the board in all areas by Ofsted, we believe in excellence and we back that up with high expectations, a superb working environment (as part of the Vision Tameside £100 million+ accommodation strategy) and outstanding teaching.
We also believe that attending college is about more than achieving a qualification, important though that is. This is why we aim to give learners every opportunity to develop their full potential in a supportive and friendly environment.
Joining us as an Assessor in Electrical Installation in the work based learning department, you will deliver training, assessment and quality assurance of the college’s work based learning programmes, in line with the college’s Apprenticeship Strategy, towards the growth of high quality, employer focused provision that maximises the opportunities for learners to achieve and progress into sustained employment.
As a highly engaged and motivated assessor, you will have a genuine desire to improve the life chances of our learners. Tameside College has an excellent reputation backed up with a ‘good’ Ofsted rating. This is a real opportunity for you to make a difference in people’s lives.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, resilient and highly motivated individual with Literacy and Numeracy to at least Level 2, Assessor qualification (A1, TAQA, D32), and Degree or equivalent in Electrical Installation related subject.
You will be experienced and be a strong team player with excellent communication skills.
Come join us on our journey to outstanding!
Closing date for applications: noon, 23 September 2019