AAT/Finance/ Accounting Assessor
Accounting Assessor (Delivering AAT) Full Time & Permanent Opportunity Location: Manchester & Remote Working Up to £30,000 per annum Do you have experience in assessing learners working towards their qualifications in Accounting/Finance? Are you looking for a new opportunity? Are you a qualified assessor? If you've answered "YES" to all of these questions, then look no further! We have an exciting opportunity with a not-for-profit training provider in Manchester City Centre. Role Purpose To deliver a rigorous and effective learning & assessment strategy that enables positive and timely progression and achievement and meets awarding organisation standards and guidelines, policy , procedure and wider quality frameworks. Key Responsibilities Deliver effective and efficient assessment processes that enable individual learners to progress towards and achieve identified milestones in a timely manner, supported by fair and consistent judgement of valid, reliable, sufficient and authentic evidence. Support learners in line with their individual needs, provide appropriate IAG and refer for additional support to ensure that individual learners continue to progress in relation to their starting point, achieve in a timely manner and are enabled to progress to positive destinations. Record assessment decisions fully and contemporaneously and ensure the prompt and managed completion of IQA actions to enable early submission and processing to maximise timely success. Implement feedback and development action points provided from the IQA resulting from IQA sampling, observation of practice and standardisation themes to continuously improve the quality and rigour of assessment for learners. Monitor and respond to learner and employer feedback to continuously improve the learning experience for individuals and groups. Implement feedback from standardisation, internal and external quality reviews and audit to continuously improve the service provided. Meet personal quality indicators, KPIs and MLPs as planned and those of the Delivery Team. Continuously review and reflect on own practice development needs and undertake CPD as required to improve own contribution to the work of the Delivery Team and the business as a whole. Report and provide timely updates and respond to requests for information from the Lead IQA and Delivery Team Managers and Quality Managers so that all key personnel are kept up to date. To account manage your employer caseload selling the widest possible range of services whilst continuously replenishing your caseload. Update company management and learner systems as required. Dimensions Multiple stakeholders including SFA, EFA, ESF and Awarding Organisations and Ofsted Ranging from 10 - 60 Learners (based on caseload mix intensity, level, programme, qualification) To meet targets including achievement, success, timely, retention rates and starts in line with personal and delivery team plan Employers 5 – 40 Essential Skills: Experience of HR and/or L&D (industry knowledge - not education) Experience of devising, planning implementing and evaluating assessment and learning strategies Working within Internal Quality Assurance Policies and Procedure A proven track record in a project management role. Responsive and flexible Verbal and written communication Organisation and time management Recording and record keeping IT skills Maths & English Grade C and above Knowledge: Occupational qualifications/qualifications required for the area of learning/resource requirements for the awards delivered. PRINCE2 or APM PMQ Assessor/ Teaching qualifications (TAQA / A Units.) Competence and knowledge qualifications Health & Safety practices. Continuous professional development Equality and diversity Safeguarding Internal Quality Assurance and Observation of practice Personal Style: Ability to support, motivate learner to progress and achieve, outcome and quality improvement focused, consistent and transparent in approach.