Bournemouth & Poole College has an exciting opportunity for experienced and enthusiastic Assessors with Care Sector backgrounds to join our successful team delivering online nationally recognised qualifications.
This post offers flexible remote working from home, along side a supportive well established delivery team, with payments rewarded on completion of learners, who have successfully achieve their full qualifications (approximately £75 per learner completion). If you have at least 3 years’ experience working in the care sector and have your Assessor and Verifiers qualifications, and are motivated and looking to work from home, we would like to hear from you.
You will ensure that The College’s provision of online, work-based qualifications in this area are administered and delivered according to the standards laid down by the awarding bodies and the College. You will also ensure that candidates achieve in a timely fashion, by implementing all the necessary actions during the term of the qualification.
Organisation: Bournemouth & Poole College
Department: Business, Finance, Travel & Tourism
Location: No change to location (variation new location only)
Closing date: 25/09/2022
- Care Assessor Job Description.docx
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
To organise and carry out on-line support and feedback to learners, in order to perform assessments using recognised assessment methods.
To record assessment decisions and give feedback to learners, and if necessary, arrange for support activities to take place.
To work closely with Internal and External Verifiers to ensure that the quality of the online assessments meets the standards required by the awarding bodies, and the College.
Develop realistic plans for learning and assessment with the candidates and update these as necessary.
Assess the evidence against performance criteria, ranges and knowledge requirements, to recognise candidates’ achievements.
Give constructive feedback to candidates and keep appropriate records.
Review candidate progress throughout the term of the qualification and inform management of any concerns that may affect the outcome.
Ensure that there is open access to the assessment process, and that there is equality of opportunity to demonstrate competence.
Ensure that candidates are aware of the College’s appeals procedures, and participate in appeals as required.
Participate in any training appropriate for the role which may require attending internal and external courses.