Salary: £27,859 pro rata
Closing date: 23/08/2018 23:59
Part time – variable hours available
Fixed Term Contract
HCUK Training aspires to be a fantastic place to work. Attracting professionals who are innovative, adaptable and committed. We are a locally based training provider with a national reach, delivering quality employer and learner responsive training and skills solutions, striving to achieve the highest standards for our learners and employers.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated Skills Coach with Literacy and Numeracy to at least Level 2. You must have an Assessor qualification TAQA A1, will ideally hold a teaching qualification PTLLS/PGCE/Certificate in Education and will have a relevant level 3 qualification in Health and Social Care.
The Assessor will be working with a caseload of learners at different stages of the qualification. A key part of the NVQ Assessor post will be to keep the learners motivated and on the course. You will need to upload all paperwork on to portals to ensure continuity in the learners progression and will be expected to attend monthly team meetings.
You will deliver training, assessment and quality assurance in line with the HCUK’s Training strategy for growth and high quality, maximising the opportunities for learners to achieve and progress into sustained employment. Working with employers to identify learning needs and delivering training and assessment, you will review and monitor student progress whilst completing relevant documentation and recruiting students onto programmes through new business activity.
The ideal candidate will have previous experience in Health and Social Care at L3 and will have their own car.
Please be aware that this vacancy may close earlier dependent on the level of applications received so if you do wish to be considered we recommend that you complete the application as promptly as possible.
Please refer to the Job Description/Person Specification when completing your application form.
HCUK Training is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. All colleagues are expected to contribute to the delivery of their safeguarding strategy and values. In addition, these posts require the colleague to undertake an enhanced disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service.