Examiner Recruitment and Training Associate Manager

  • Fixed Term Contract
  • Cardiff
  • Salary: £30,000

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International Baccalaureate

Examiner Recruitment and Training Associate Manager

Permanent part time role, 30 hours per week

Salary: £30,000 to £34,000 per annum depending on experience (Pro Rata)

IB Global Centre, Cardiff

Remote working until August 2021

Job Purpose:

The Examiner Recruitment and Training Associate Manager ensures that the IB has sufficient trained IB Educators in all Assessment roles to deliver two examination sessions per year for the Diploma Programme, Career-related Programme and Middle Years Programme, as appropriate. All recruited IB Educators must have appropriate qualifications and experience and be offered appropriate training in order to undertake this role. Through these activities, the post holder plays a major part in enhancing the reliability and accuracy of assessment.
 
Job Duties:

For selected subjects or roles, plan recruitment requirements and work with colleagues to develop promotional plans to meet those requirements
Recruit IB Educators for the IB, supporting applicants and successful educators
Ensure that IB Educators are aware of relevant policies and practices
Working with colleagues, design training programs which support IB policies and ensure that IB Educators meet quality assurance standards
Taking into account the international nature of the IB, develop the training programs and ensure that they are accessible to all examiners
Support colleagues with the use of online technologies and develop online meeting areas which support assessment functions
Work with colleagues to develop processes and policies which ensure that the IB follows best practice and is compliant with all regulations placed up on us.

 Job Requirements:

A first degree or equivalent
Demonstrable experience in online processes
An excellent understanding of the Internet and its underlying technologies, including web functionality, design and protocols
A good understanding of current developments in online learning environments (e.g. Moodle or Blackboard)
Good communication skills and the ability to build and foster productive working relationships
A good command of the English language
High degree of flexibility and adaptability when working in a small team environment
Demonstrable ability to communicate well across all levels of the organization.
Excellent presentation skills.

Desirable Attributes:

Demonstrable educational experience, some of which ideally in a professional development capacity
Ability to work in French, Spanish or Japanese is highly desirable
Experience in statistical analysis
Knowledge of the IB, IB Programmes or being an IB Alumni a plus.

Applications will be received until Friday 23rd April 2021

To apply for this job email your details to tracey.brown@ibo.org