Teaching Assessor-Fenestration

Kent

This vacancy is now closed

 
Job Category
Teaching Assesor | Skills, Training and Support
Location
Kent
Salary
£26,000
Closing date
01/03/2021
Ref
21440
Contract type
Permanent
Total hours per week
37.5
Description

Provide a varied programme of delivery in line with the required qualification specifications and offer an integrated programme of teaching, training, support mentoring and development of learners.

Quality teaching must be adhered to in line with Awarding body standards and Ixion Scheme of Works to ensure the timely achievement of learner goals and qualifications as per Company and Regulating Bodies KPIs.

This is a peripatetic role which will require delivery of skills contracts which will be geographically assigned to the role by sector competence.

  • Engagement with employers and learners to deliver a quality service – meeting KPIs set for starts, new sign ups, leavers and learner progression through to completion of qualifications.
  • Deliver qualifications across a range of awards where occupationally competent in accordance with the Quality Assurance process
  • Effectively maintain a caseload of learners (at agreed and specified level) in line with IQA Responsibilities
  • Highlight and where appropriate deal with learner issues and provide focussed learner support and identifying and providing additional learning support where required.
  • Develop and use a range of techniques and resources tailored to learner’s individual needs – supporting them throughout their learner journey towards successful achievement and completion of qualifications.
  • Maintain learner information, ensuring quality and integrity of data which is accurately recorded and submitted efficiently to meet contractual requirements
  • Work with the direct line manager to maintain and improve IXION’s quality of delivery across all programmes – including success rates, observations of learning, performance management and taking part in Principal Verifier visits which relate to awards.
  • Take an active part in Team and Standardisation meetings
  • Take an active role in preparation toward Ofsted inspections as well as taking part in Inspections as requested – This includes but is not limited to striving to achieve and maintain standards – including maintaining own CPD and maintaining occupational competence in areas of expertise.
  • To also be accountable for sourcing each month an agreed number of Learner Starts (either for themselves or colleagues) and as agreed and monitored by their Team Leader IQA and COO and as part of the KPI performance measures of this role.
  • Identify new opportunities, referring learners as required to further progression, maximising direct delivery opportunities and maintaining caseloads.

Ensure all quality and compliance processes are fully adhered to in order to mitigate risks to funding and success rates and to ensure Ixion remains at least Grade 1 Ofsted standard.