Sessional Assessor Health & Social Care
Sessional NVQ Assessor – Health and Social Care JOB REF: SS213A £16.18 per hour We are seeking to appoint a Sessional NVQ Assessor for Health and Social Care to recruit and assess learners for our Apprenticeship programme. The role involves delivery of the Framework which includes the NVQ, Technical Certificate, Employer Rights and Responsibilities, and Functional Skills in Literacy and Numeracy. This is a field based role visiting learners at various employer sites. The successful candidate will have five years recent experience gained within health and social care. You must have a passion for high standards, combined with excellent communication skills and good time management, as effective planning of your workload is an essential part of your learner’s success. You must be comfortable working alone and also as part of a team. Details of the person specification and the accountabilities of the post are given below. PERSON SPECIFICATION Essential: • Relevant Assessor qualifications such as D32, 33, A1 Award and TAQA • Relevant professional/occupational qualification equivalent to a Full Level 3 • Minimum Level 2 qualifications in literacy and numeracy • Willingness and ability to gain necessary teacher / trainer qualifications • Significant professional and technical expertise and knowledge within the subject field. • Ability to demonstrate the required level of experience, knowledge and understanding of the NVQ and Units to be assessed. • Good IT skills • Excellent verbal and written communication • Committed to providing excellent customer service • Car owner/driver ACCOUNTABILITIES The post-holder will report to the City Business Skills Lead Internal Verifier on a day to day basis and the post holder will be accountable for: a) Delivery of Apprenticeship Frameworks and NVQ’s to learners based in the work place. b) Success rates for health and social care work based learners. c) To maintain a case load of learner’s d) Complying with College wide policies and procedures Below is a suggested list of duties that these accountabilities cover. This list is not exhaustive and may vary from time to time in order that the accountabilities may be met. Such changes are a common occurrence and cannot of themselves justify a re-grading of the post. ACCOUNTABILITY A 1. Support the recruitment of workplace learners including initial advice and guidance, skills scans, basic skills testing, completion of contractual paperwork and Health and Safety vets. 2. To undertake assessment and training of apprentices in the workplace. 3. To deliver under-pinning knowledge, in the workplace or through training workshops. 4. To maintain a caseload of learners. Case load will be agreed by line-manager and will vary according to balance of NVQ/Apprentices. 5. Identification of current competence of individuals and undertaking all necessary work to agree assessment plan and assist learners with preparation and evidence for assessments. 6. Preparation of assessment and training materials for scheduled assessments. 7. Regularly visit learners to monitor and review progress to ensure timely success. 8. Complete all recruitment, assessment/verification and accreditation paperwork within a set timescale. ACCOUNTABILITY B 1. Maintain customer relations with existing employer/learners and build new employer links. 2. Carry out regular reporting to the City Business Skills Lead Internal Verifier about recruitment, progress of learners and achievements. ACCOUNTABILITY C 1. Organise regular review meetings with learners and employers in the workplace. 2. Administer paperwork and keep accurate records. 3. Provide regular reports to include learner participation, starts, success rates and potential new starts. 4. Proactive quality improvement in your areas of responsibility. 5. Training and development directly relevant to your professional role. 6. Active participation in EV visits and Ofsted inspections including any administration tasks. ACCOUNTABILITY D 1. Participate in College probationary review and appraisal processes, agree objectives with the line manager and ensure they are achieved 2. Comply with the College’s health and safety policy 3. Work to promote and contribute to the College’s Equal Opportunities Policy 4. Apply the College’s safeguarding policy and practices 5. Comply with the College’s procedures in relation to the requirements of the Data Protection Act 6. Undertake such other duties as may be reasonably required GENERAL INFORMATION: TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Sessional NVQ Assessor – Health and Social Care JOB REF: SS213A £16.18 per hour Full details of conditions of service will be provided in the contract of employment. For information, a summary of the main conditions is given below. Exclusivity of Service Employees must not, without the written consent of the Principal, undertake any employment or engagement which might interfere with the performance of duties at the College or conflict with the interests of the Corporation. Salary The salary will be the hourly rate of £16.18 per hour for each hour taught and will be reviewed annually in accordance with Corporation policy. The hourly rate is derived from the full time pay scales and is pro-rata using a transparent pay formula. Working Hours The standard working hours are 37 per week and the hours you will be expected to work will be in agreement with your line manager and may be subject to change. The College normal working week includes Saturday working and it will be necessary to work on a Saturday or in the evenings for which you will be given time off in lieu. Annual Leave Under the Working Times Regulations, you are entitled to receive paid holiday. In order to comply with these regulations, your hourly rate of pay includes a proportionate element in respect of annual leave. The formula for calculating your hourly pay rate takes into account the pro-rata holiday entitlement to that of a full time member of staff. Your holidays should be taken out of term time and will have been paid for in advance. Pension Arrangements All employees automatically become members of the Local Government Pension Scheme unless they decide to opt out. Your contribution rate depends on how much you are paid. The pay bands that apply from 1 April 2011 are: If your full-time Pay Rate is: You pay a contribution of: Up to £12,900 5.5% More than £12,901 and up to £15,100 5.8% More than £15,101 and up to £19,400 5.9% More than £19,401 and up to £32,400 6.5% More than £32,401 and up to £43,300 6.8% More than £43,301 and up to £81,100 7.2% More than £81,100 7.5% The pay band ranges will be increased each year in line with the cost of living. City College Brighton and Hove will make a further contribution of 17.8% of the pensionable pay. Health Clearance All potential new staff are required to complete a Health Questionnaire and may be asked to attend a medical check. Probation All new staff to the College will be subject to a probationary period. The probationary period for this post is 6 months. Appointment to the College will only be confirmed after the satisfactory completion of the probationary period. The Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Criminal Records Bureau. The nature of this post requires the College to undertake a Criminal Records check on the appointed candidate for any convictions which make it undesirable for the candidate to undertake this post. Under the terms of the check you are not entitled to withhold information about convictions which for other purposes are “spent” under the provisions of the rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. For these reasons, if you are shortlisted for this appointment you may be asked to complete a more detailed form for the purposes of the check. Any information you provide at that time will be treated as strictly confidential and will only be considered in relation to this application. Please note that a conviction, bind-over or caution will not automatically disqualify you from employment, but any failure to disclose is likely to result in your dismissal. By signing the application form, you will be acknowledging that you understand that a criminal records check may be made. Skills for Life In line with the government’s Skills for Life strategy, the College is committed to ensuring that all staff have the necessary GCSE or equivalent in Maths, English and ICT (ECDL or CLAIT). The College is committed to providing support or training where appropriate to assist staff to achieve these qualifications. Smoking Policy Smoking is not permitted on College premises. Childcare Vouchers The College operates a Childcare Voucher scheme for eligible staff. Further information on local childcare can be found on the Childcare Link website www.childcarelink.gov.uk . Car Parking There are limited car parking spaces available on College premises for a termly fee. Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee a parking space for all staff. College Facilities These are open to College staff and include use of the Library, Refectory, Snack Bar and Staff Common Rooms. Closing Date For further information on how to apply and download an application form please click here . Completed application forms should be returned to Human Resource Management, City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton, BN1 4FA. Alternatively, you can forward your completed application form to the following email address: email@example.com Closing date: 1st August 2012 at 9 am. ***IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE NOTE*** You should be aware that any CVs attached will not be used in the shortlisting procedure, therefore please use the application form fully. Additional unnamed sheets may be included if necessary. This will assist the College in adhering to its equal opportunities procedure.
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