Single or Multi- Disciplined Construction Trainer Assessor. Full Time. Permanent.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our Construction Apprenticeship delivery team who are committed to delivering outstanding training, assessment and education experiences to apprentices.
The successful applicant will be required to work as part of a team delivering high quality training and assessment and will have responsibility for a caseload of apprentices undertaking a Construction Apprenticeship in both the workplace and college environments. A key priority will be to provide the support and guidance necessary to ensure timely completion of the students' apprenticeship.
Applicants should be qualified to at least Level 3 in a relevant Construction discipline along with a Level 2 minimum in maths and English (GCSE Grade C or above, GCSE Grade 4 or above or equivalent). Experience of working in a similar role, such as trainer assessor, lecturer or tutor, delivering Construction skills and knowledge, together with experience of coaching and mentoring to achieve high performance would be advantageous. However, training in this area is available for suitable candidates who can demonstrate the desire and aptitude to successfully work in the Construction education sector.
An essential part of the role will include managing the assessment process (marking assessments etc.). Ideally you will have worked with apprentices and will have demonstrable success in designing, developing and delivering training programmes to meet business needs. You will have a flexible attitude and the ability to prioritise your workload to meet deadlines and timely completion of paperwork with the ability to work independently at various locations across the East Midlands.
Closing date: 8/9/2019
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