Location: across the South East (Surrey, Hampshire & West Sussex) with hybrid working
Salary: £31,434.00 per annum FTE
This is a full time permanent role. (37 hours per week)
At EDT we pride ourselves on creating an environment that supports a healthy work life balance for all our staff. We provide policies that encourage flexible working around individual needs. We offer a range of benefits including a generous holiday allowance, pension scheme and additional voluntary money saving benefits* that can be seen below.
- 30 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro rota)
- 6% matched pension scheme
- Discounted gym memberships*
- Health care cash plan*
- Retail discounts*
- Cycle to work scheme.
- Wellbeing App.
This is a full-time role permanent role. (37 hours per week)
About us: Education Development Trust is an education charity that exists to transform lives by improving education around the world. We work collaboratively with national and local governments, schools and other partners to design and deliver sustainable solutions to improve education.
The Assessor will be responsible for an agreed caseload of learners to provide high quality training, coaching, mentoring, instruction and assessment, carrying out assessments against Occupational Standards and ensuring timely achievement as part of our Early Years Skills Bootcamp contract.
This role will cover a specific contract area therefore some travel will be required.
- A recognised assessor qualification (D32/33, A1 or TAQA)
- Recognised teaching qualification
- Knowledge of the current National Occupational Standards for Early Years qualifications
- » IQA qualification
- » Knowledge of the Ofsted Framework (EIF)
- Demonstrable experience in an Early Years setting and occupationally competent in the assessment of learners
- Experience of delivering some/ one of the Early Years Apprenticeship / Adult Skills programmes / Skills Bootcamps
- Experience of using e-portfolios systems
- » Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, verbal, written and oral
- » An excellent telephone manner in particular, with the dual ability to actively listen and take accurate notes.
- » Excellent organisational skills to include self-management of own time and prioritisation of tasks
- » High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
- » Work collaboratively as part of a team
- » Ability to meet deadlines and achieve targets and implement contingency plans where necessary.
- » Excellent IT skills including all Microsoft Office software.
Deadline for applications: Midnight 07 January (Please note, we reserve the right to close our vacancies early if sufficient applications are received)
How to apply:
To be considered for this vacancy, applicants are required to complete and submit a fully completed application form through our website.
Education Development Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults whom we work with and come into contact with around the world. All applicants are subject to thorough screening and for applicable roles, successful candidates are subject to relevant criminal record checks with national police authorities or the UK’s Disclosure and Barring Service.
At Education Development Trust, we strive to create a workplace where everyone feels valued, can be themselves and knows they can reach their full potential. We embrace and celebrate our differences through various initiatives and support colleagues through a number of staff networks. We’re committed to building a strong, diverse workforce and making Education Development Trust an inclusive place to work. If you have specific requirements or adjustments, please let us know if there is anything we can do to support your application. We are proud to be a member of the Disability Confident employer scheme.