Construction Apprenticeship Assessors in Carpentry
up to £40k
(includes market supplement – dependent on skills and experience)
Nescot College are excited to be able to offer this great opportunity to work within the well established Apprentciehsip Department at their fantastic Epsom campus. The successful candidate will be delivering assessment and facilitating learning within the work based carpentry team. You will be a part of a subject area that has grown and developed in to one of the college’s success stories.
We are looking for an individual who can boast a track record in providing an outstanding learning experience to apprentices. You must have exceptional occupational competance in Wood Occupations and Joinery. But also a dynamic, positive attitude to supporting apprentcies in achieving their academic and career aspirations. Managing a substantial caseload of learners you will be expected to be organised, innovative, employer focused, fast thinking and a SMART worker in what is an ever changing sector.
Nescot is looking for an assessor that can drive growth in a thriving industry, lead from the front when it comes to meeting Key Performance Indicator’s and ultimately achieve the highest level of quality in all that they do.
Previous relevant vocational experience is required, together with a recognised industry NVQ qualification to level 3. Applicants should have experience of assessing in the relevant area and have a working knowledge of Apprenticeships, including a clear understanding of the current apprenticeship reforms. Applicants must hold their AQA/A1 Award (or equivalent) and be willing to pursue the Internal Quality Assurrance Award (Level 4) or have already achieved this. Also a sound understanding of English and Maths functional skills would be desirable to support apprentcies and where required embed functional skills at every opportunity.
You must be IT literate with a knowledge of Microsoft office applications, in particular Excel and Outlook (especially the use of outlook calendar as a diary tool). Also you will be committed to learn internal IT and student tracking systems relevant to your role within Nescot. You will need to own a car and possess a full UK driving license.
We are able to offer you a final salary pension scheme, generous holidays and the facilities of a College campus set in 7 acres of green belt in a peaceful setting. You will also be supplied with a laptop, tablet, mobile phone, business cards and many other key resources to support you in succeeding in your role. Not to mention comprehensive in-house training and CPD. The College has excellent transport links and is set in a location convenient to London and the South East and offers a large free on-site car park.
To apply please email your CV with a covering email to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date, quoting reference 0602
Closing date for CVs: 9 July 2017
Interviews will be held on Thursday 13 July 2017