Assessor - Electrical Installations
37 hours per week
Salary: GBP32,946.17 per annum* *including a market forces supplement and a generous relocation package of up to 25% of the annual salary can be discussed at interview
Main purpose and scope of the post:
Are you an experienced electrician?
Do you hold a current NVQ Level 3 in Electrical Installation or equivalent?
Do you have your assessors award?
Would you embrace the opportunity to train/support others?
We are seeking to appoint a qualified NVQ Assessor for Electrical Installation to recruit and assess learners for our Apprenticeship programmes. The role involves recruitment of workplace learners, including initial advice and guidance, assessment training and internal verification of learners on NVQ's in the workplace.
We are looking to recruit a qualified Assessor, the applicant must have industry experience and a full level 3 qualification in Electrical Installation (equivalent to a Level 3 NVQ Diploma or NVQ3) and significant relevant work experience.
The successful candidate will have substantial recent experience gained within Electrical Installation. 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.
The successful candidate will be key in supporting the new Construction & Trades Centre at the College's East Campus on Wilson Avenue, designed to be a leading educational and training hub for Brighton & Hove's next generation of construction workers.
The GBP9m centre will enable students in the different trades to work together and follow each other through the construction process, mirroring real site conditions. Construction is a booming sector in Brighton & Hove with major projects including Royal Sussex Hospital (GBP500m), Brighton Marina (GBP250m), Circus Street (GBP100m) and Brighton i360 (GBP46m). In the South East region generally, construction sector growth over the next five years is estimated to deliver over 2,500 new jobs a year.