Job Vacancy

Trainer Assessor in Business and Standards Management

Bishop Auckland College is seeking to recruit a Trainer Assessor in Business and Standards management who will be responsible for the effective and efficient assessing and co-ordination within the relevant area.   Developing resources and plans to enable various new apprenticeship standards to be added to the College provision, and delivering on these courses.

The successful candidate will have Safeguarding Level 1 (to be achieved within 6 weeks), Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy (or willing to work towards within 2 years), Assessor Units or equivalent (or willing to work toward within 12 months), Level 4 TAQA verifier qualification (or willing work towards within 12 months) and a qualification at level 4 or above in a relevant subject.

Applicants will also have experience of assessing in the work place, experience of supporting apprentices completing written assignments, a minimum of 2 years management experience and experience of working within a quality system.

To apply for this post please download the application form and appendix or for more information email Katie.Hinch@bacoll.ac.uk.

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Bishop Auckland College is an equality and diversity employer. We are committed to recruiting a more diverse workforce that reflects the people we serve.

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Completed applications should be emailed back to: Katie.Hinch@bacoll.ac.uk or posted to

HR Department
Bishop Auckland College
Bishop Auckland campus
Woodhouse Lane
Bishop Auckland
County Durham
DL14 6JZ

For more information or if you have a disability and need help completing the application please email: Katie.Hinch@bacoll.ac.uk or contact our 24 hour answering service on 01388 443108.

Bishop Auckland College is committed to the safeguarding and the welfare of all learners and any offer of employment will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory DBS disclosure. All teaching staff will be required to register with the Institute for Learning.