Operations Support Executive/Assessor
Continuing Professional Development, or CPD for short is the term used to describe the commitment to improve skills and professional competence throughout an individual's working life. It is often associated with membership of a recognised professional body.
We are based in Ealing, West London and our rate of growth now means we wish to add another member to our existing six strong operations team.
Part of the post, around four days in five, revolves around what we call "case management". In the main it's concerned with handling member submissions of CPD material and supervising the certification process through to completion. That means you must be able to display considerable attention to detail and be able to work independently.
The other part of the role involves being an assessor. This means taking member material through a rigorous assessment process and we would expect you to work from home one agreed day a week so as to have the time and space to do this. The material so varied it's almost impossible to know what's coming up next. It can be anything from nuclear export, fund management, roofing, safeguarding, film make-up, money laundering, teaching music and just about anything in-between.
It won't be a shock to learn that to be the successful applicant you must have had exposure to tertiary education, possibly worked in education or training and be familiar with Microsoft Office products.
You are strongly encouraged to learn more about CPD before interview and to have a good look at our website before applying.
We will acknowledge your application on receipt. Interview selection will take place in late August with a prospective start date of September.
When applying you should take care to:
- Send a covering note explaining what you can do for the business based on your understanding of what we do and,
- Attach a full CV, with contact numbers
Everyone who applies will be treated with courtesy and informed where they stand in the process. We want to make this appointment sooner rather than later, and we always take up references.