Lead Internal Quality Assurer - Construction

Chelmsford, Halford House

This vacancy is now closed

 
Job Category
Operations | Management
Location
Chelmsford, Halford House
Salary
£30,000-£35,000
Closing date
01/07/2020
Ref
21323
Contract type
Permanent
Total hours per week
37.5
Description

Role Overview

  • Lead and implement Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) strategies and activities for all existing Apprenticeships Framework/New Standards delivery/Construction classroom activity to meet and exceed internal and external expectations and standards; including Ofsted’s Education Inspection Framework (EIF, 2019), Awarding Organisations (AOs), End Point Assessment Organisations (EPAOs) and Institute of Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IATE).
  • Lead the IQA planning, sampling and monitoring of the end to end Apprenticeships learner journey to identify areas for improvement, and work with all IQAs and operational staff to bring about rapid improvements as necessary through effective RAG rating and development of all IQAs and operational delivery staff.
  • Ensure effective monitoring and tracking processes are in place to manage individual apprentice’s progress up to the Apprenticeship Standards Gateway in order to meet requirements and progress on to achieving a high grade profile for End Point Assessment (EPA).
  • Contribute to the planning of a schedule of Apprenticeships CPD for all Teaching Assessors to ensure they are able to continually improve the quality of their delivery and their own professional practice.
  • Work collegiately with managers and staff to ensure the high-quality creation of new and innovative curriculum and delivery materials for Apprenticeship Standards.
  • To work as part of the team creating new Apprenticeship Standards to meet the needs of employers.
  • Scope, identify and suggest process improvements in the learner journey for Apprenticeship Standards and then the subsequent implementation of those processes with associated training.
  • Support a demonstrable improvement in success/achievement rates across Apprenticeship Standards to exceed national benchmarks.
  • Manage an appropriate TA and IQA caseload in an a suitable subject sector area(s), to cover 0.3 to 0.5 FTE of role.