We are currently seeking an experienced Health & Social Care Assessor/Specialist to deliver and coordinate the successful completion of Apprenticeship Level 2 and 3 Care qualifications for a well-established training provider based in the South East. The company receives direct funding from the SFA, has a great Ofsted record throughout its trading history, and has the benefit of taking on NEW learners, rather than disengaged learners.
The role will require you to be involved in all aspects of the Health & Social Care Apprenticeship delivery including the carrying out of assessments and also liaising with employers, external verifiers and staff to maximise framework completions. You will be from a Time Served Health & Social Care professional background and hold a Level 3 qualification (or equivalent) in a Social Care discipline.
This excellent opportunity is a home-based role, with the ability for E-Learning delivery also, as the client have a fantastic E-Learning/Distance Learning delivery model in place.
Ideally you will have experience delivering training and apprenticeships/NVQ and will possess an Assessor Award with a teaching qualification (PTLLS minimum) or have the willingness to obtain a relevant Training qualification within 12 months.
THE ROLE OF Health & Social Care Assessor/Specialist:
To deliver and coordinate the successful completion of all aspects of allocated work based / apprenticeship candidates, including the carrying out of assessments and the undertaking of pastoral care.
Liaise with employers, external verifiers and staff to maximise framework completions. Main Duties: Train learners both in the college and in the workplace towards agreed qualifications in line with relevant awarding body standards.
Ensure the highest of standards of learner completions are met and to monitor candidates’ progress, including carrying out regular (12 week) progression reviews and target setting.
Ensure health and safety assessments of employers premises are completed in accordance to framework requirements.
Ensure all appropriate awarding body / funding body documentation is maintained and up to date.
Professionally liaise with employers and external verifiers. Attend regular programme meetings and briefing sessions in line with curriculum policies.
Continuously evaluate and improve the quality of learning and teaching within your work utilising and engaging with the college’s development and observation programmes.
We are looking for applicants that are self-motivated, a team player and have a ‘hands on approach’ to work within this rewarding environment.
Excellent Employee benefits package – Fast-Track IQA opportunities, and genuine career development opportunities.
Â£24,000 (depending on experience, skill-set and qualifications)
Please Note: Oakmoor Recruitment receive a high number of applications and are not always able to respond to unsuccessful candidates. If you have not been contacted within 7 days then unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful. Thank you for your interest and we will keep your details on file for any future suitable vacancies. All applications must be eligible to work in the UK.