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Quality Coordinator

£31,000 FTE (Pro Rata: £24,800)

Wales

Training & Development

Health & Social Care

Summary

m2r Education are working with this training and development company who provide a range of public services, including employment support, skills training, independent living, prison education. In addition, they are recognised as being one of the Top 25 Education and Training providers to work for.

They are recruiting a part time Quality Coordinator to join their Adult Eduction team, responsible for carrying out all aspects of quality improvement and assurance activity on Health and Social Care qualifications up to Level 5.  You will carry out formative and summative internal quality assurance providing feedback to Tutors on the quality of their assessment decision.  

Ideally located in Wales you will be home based with a requirement for ad-hoc travel to meetings.  The hours for this role are 30 per week and can be worked flexibly between Monday-Friday.

Requirements

  • Teaching and Learning Level 4 qualification or above
  • Occupational Competence Level 5 in Health and Social Care
  • Assessor award D32/D33 and V1 Internal Verification award or above
  • Extensive quality improvement and qualification assurance experience within a large organisation
  • Experience & knowledge of external auditory bodies such as Ofsted, Estyn and Matrix
  • Demonstrable ability to provide positive, motivational and developmental feedback
  • A best practice mindset and extensive knowledge of high-quality delivery within education

Package

  • £31,000 FTE (Pro Rata: £24,800)
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Pension
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Sharesave scheme
  • Refer a Friend reward scheme
  • Cycle to Work
  • Plus more!

Immediate start

For safeguarding purposes, a valid DBS is required, plus 2 professional references.

Due to the high volume of applications, we receive, if you have not been contacted within 5 working days of submission then please consider your application to have been unsuccessful.



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