Home-based but required to attend meetings at the Water Mill for standardisation and training purposes
Summary of the role
The Chartered Institute of Credit Management has a vacancy for an independent assessor to mark assignments and conduct professional discussions for apprentices at the end of their Level 2 and 3 Credit Controller/Collector apprenticeship.
The role will include:
Assessors would mark assignments focusing on technical knowledge, skills and behavioural aspects of apprentices and confirming that the candidates have met the requirements of the Apprenticeship Standard. Training will be provided.
Assessors would conduct professional discussions with apprentices to ascertain how well apprentices are performing in their role and whether the apprentice has the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to meet the requirements of the apprenticeship Standard. The professional discussions will need to take place during the working day usually via WebEx so can be conducted from home as long as suitable equipment is available. Training will be provided.
Essential characteristics are:
- Experience of working in credit management or collections at a senior level plus familiarity with the role covered by the apprenticeship.
- Credit management/collections technical and management expertise to ensure you can assess all areas of the Standard.
- Current CPD activity that shows you are up to date with developments in the sector that have occurred in the last 6 months.
- Holding, or working towards an assessor or teaching qualification.
- No conflict of interest or current relationship with the apprentice/employer involved in the assessment.
How to apply
For an application pack or to discuss the position further, please contact Tracey Turville. Tel: 01780 727272 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 24 August 2018