EQA - Functional Skills and Preparation for Life and Work - London Region

  • Company: NCFE
  • Salary:
  • Location: Newcastle
  • Reference: 90abb8bda9f2904d30360a5e84a9526c10796692
  • Date: 3 days ago

Overview EQA - Functional Skills and Preparation for Life and Work X2 - London Region Permanent Contract 37 hours per week This role is Homebased in the London Region Salary: up to £33,000 plus £2,600 car allowance per annum Do you want to join us on our future journey? NCFE is a registered charity which provides of a huge range of educational services as part of its mission to 'promote and advance learning'. For over 170 years, NCFE has been at the forefront of technical education, helping to support millions of learners into employment through its portfolio of qualifications. The company is an End-Point Assessment Organisation at the cutting edge of apprenticeships, whilst also offering leading e-assessment and digital education services through Skills Forward and Peer Tutor. Purposeful people drive NCFE and create a vibrant and high performing culture, ensuring that the organisation is always moving forward towards collective success with the learner at the heart of everything it does. A bit about the opportunity, our team and you... We are delighted to have the following opportunity in our Quality Assurance team. We are excited to be looking for X2 External Quality Assurers in the London Region and would love it if you come and join us on our future journey. The purpose of this role is to ensure quality assurance compliance, to drive a high standard in assessment activities and continuous improvement in practice within our centres so that we can ensure a first class service which meets the needs of both our customers and learners, supporting market growth and promoting advancement in learning. This role will assess and manage risk and performance of centres and their staff through analysis and review of data and evidence from a variety of sources, including regulators and customers, which forms part of the quality process in order to ensure qualification and regulatory compliance. You must live in the London Region to apply. To find out if this is the role for you, please take a look at the Job Description here Essential Requirements Qualified to at least Level 3 in both Maths and English Have current or recent experience delivering Maths or English in a School/University/Educational Setting, preferably in Functional Skills Qualification in assessment & internal quality assurance Why NCFE? As an organisation we have ambitious levels of performance that we strive for, we have high expectations of each and everyone one of our talented colleagues, and recognise the contribution each one makes to our success. All our employees are rewarded with: A competitive market salary Company Pension, employers contribution 9% 25 days starting annual leave 'That Friday Feeling' all our employees work Monday to Friday, flexibility. Westfield Health Cover. Want to know about NCFE? Take a look at our website If you have the skills to be an External Quality Assurer.......... we'd love to hear from you! Apply online directly through our website with your current CV and a covering letter as one document detailing the skills and relevant work experience which makes you suitable for the role. PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT SUPPLY A COVER LETTER WITH YOUR CV YOUR APPLICATION MAY NOT BE CONSIDERED. Closing Date: Monday 7th December 2020 This role requires a DBS Check. Applicants who have already applied for vacancy 2020-1489 you do not need to re-apply.

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