Cheshire College South & West is a dynamic, high quality and financially robust College, offering exciting opportunities for its 600 staff, 12,000 students and 1,800 Apprentices, who all have access to the contemporary environments at our modern campuses in Crewe, Ellesmere Port and Chester. The College is a key driver in the regeneration of the region, providing innovative approaches to teaching and vocational learning and an exceptional workplace. Staff will receive a range of benefits, proven by our commitment to the Investors in People standard.
We currently have a new vacancy for:
Assessor in Engineering (Working across Crewe and Ellesmere Port campuses and on employer premises)
Salary range: £23,747 - £27,472 per annum
Due to the growth in the apprenticeship provision the opportunity has arisen for an Assessor in Engineering. The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years’ recent experience in an engineering technology industry that includes mechatronics and/or maintenance engineering preferably within a mechanical and electrical engineering environment, experience of electrical and electronic would be advantageous. In addition, a vocational qualification to at least level 4 or above and Assessor Award are essential. A teaching qualification is desirable.
You must have an excellent understanding of the skills, behaviours and knowledge required to work in the engineering technology industry or sector, have good communication skills and be willing to undertake further continuous updating and training. We work with several national and multi-national employers, the applicant should have experience of working with large scale engineering employers. An enthusiasm for helping others acquire skills and fulfil their potential is essential. This role will involve travel to workplaces to undertake assessments.
Your workload will include the following duties:
Coaching, mentoring and assessing apprentices across a number of programmes
Supporting individuals to achieve the technical skills, behaviours and knowledge needed to achieve their full apprenticeship framework or standard; including reviews and the arrangement of exams as
Work and support members of the assessment team to achieve college objectives
Undertake facilitation of learning
Maintain accurate and up to date records detailing the progress of your candidates using College procedures
The roles will have specific campus bases, however, you will be expected to work across multiple college sites and employers’ premises.
We offer excellent benefits including a competitive salary, pension scheme, 35 days’ annual leave plus 8 bank holidays per year, onsite fitness and childcare facilities, free onsite parking plus lots more.
Cheshire College South and West is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to provide a DBS Disclosure.
South Cheshire College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to provide a DBS Disclosure.