Apprenticeship Internal Quality Assurer
Apprenticeship Internal Quality Assurer (IQA)
Our client is a leading apprenticeship organisation looking for an Internal Quality Assurer (IQA) to join their busy and growing team.
The Internal Quality Assurer will be responsible for ensuring the quality of apprenticeship products and services by carrying out internal quality assurance of standards, qualifications, processes and learner portfolios. The IQA will do this by carrying out observations of apprenticeship assessment, teaching and learning, supporting standardisation meetings and carrying out appropriate audits. The Internal Quality Assurer will also be required to support regulatory visits and inspections such as apprenticeship awarding bodies and Ofsted, as well as acting as the line manager to a team of Apprenticeship Development Coaches.
The successful Internal Quality Assurer will be occupationally competent in a range of IT and telecoms environments including experience of managing projects and will be able to prove Continual Professional Development (CPD). The IQA will hold an appropriate internal quality assurance qualification (D34, V1, TAQA), be IT literate, have excellent time management and communication skills and a working knowledge of health and safety regulation.
The IQA will be home based with frequent travel to client sites across the UK and the company head office in Wiltshire. As such, a full UK driving license and access to a vehicle suitable and insured for business use is required.
C&E Recruitment is a specialist hospitality recruitment agency. We have permanent positions available at all levels within the hospitality sector. Should this vacancy not match your skill set please feel free to apply, and we will get in touch should we have other suitable positions available. Please note that if you have not heard back within 7 working days, your application for this role has not been successful, but we may still contact you in relation to alternative positions. All candidates must be able to demonstrate that they hold a relevant and valid work permit or visa to live and work in the UK.