Maintenance Repair Operations, Aeronautical Engineer

Apprenticeship Standards Assessor

Last updated: 4 weeks ago
Expires: 10 months from now
Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations, Aeronautical Engineer
Type:
Permanent
Aircraft type:
None
Location:
United Kingdom

Job description

We are currently seeking for experienced Apprenticeship Standards Assessor. The functions detailed below, employees are required to carry out such other duties as may reasonably be required. In addition, key objectives and targets will be set/established and agreed on appointment. The role is responsible for;

  • Assessing apprenticeship competence against current Apprenticeship Standards in a timely manner

  • Assess submitted evidence using only approved methods.

  • Support centre based workshop and hangar training as required

  • Support the Lead Assessor in preparing for Awarding Organisation sampling visits.

  • Monitor and report acts of cheating and/or plagiarism found during assessment

  • Support the development of programme enhancement activities

  • Contribute during induction programmes and during activity days

  • Report activities/behaviours that may delay the timely completion of the apprenticeship programme.

  • Conducting 12 week progress reviews with learners using a reflective style of review

  • Preparing and submitting progress review reports to LRTT, Employers and Apprentices

  • Completing 6 week interim support reviews with apprentices

  • Setting goals, targets, work based tasks, stretch and challenge activities within designated caseloads

  • Manage a caseload of approximately 40 apprentices

  • Attend quarterly standardisation meetings and training sessions

  • Maintain apprentice progression on the current e-portfolio and on company generated reports

  • Maintain accurate CPD records with monthly activities

 

Requirements:

Qualifications and requirements:

Essential:

  • Minimum 5 years assessor experience, recent assessment of Apprentice Standards

  • D32, D33, A1, AVA

  • Level 3 Diploma in Engineering (Aviation) or equivalent

  • Ability to achieve Enhanced DBS

  • Up-to-date knowledge of Apprenticeship Standard

Advantageous:

  • D34, IQA, V1

  • Level 4 Diploma in Engineering (Aviation) or equivalent

  • Level 3 Teaching/Training Qualification (PTLLS, AET, TAQA) or above

  • Experience in the use of e-portfolios (Pivot) to gather and assess evidence of competence

  • Proven experience and training in Safeguarding, PREVENT and British Values