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End-Point Assessor (3252926552)
This is a field based role working with apprentices and their employers to plan End-Point assessments, agreeing a schedule and completing planned assessments and making decisions for apprenticeship standards. Key Responsibilities: The End-Point Assessor will be conducting end-point assessment planning meetings with apprentices andtheir employers Agreeing a plan and schedule for each assessment activity with the apprentices and employers to ensure all components can be completed within the end assessment window The End-Point Assessor will be completing the planned assessment activities, marking in line with grading criteria for the apprenticeship standards and confirming that each assessment element has been completed Determining the overall grade for the apprentice based on the combination of performance in all assessment activities following the assessment guidelines Communicating and reporting decisions about end point assessment to IAO in agreed timeframes The End-Point Assessor will be following agreed procedures for recording, storing and maintaining confidentiality of information in a timely manner Attend and participate in standardisation and training activities, ensuring standardised assessment principles set out by IAO are carried out Provide advice to the Assessment Services team on specific End-point assessment queries, when requested The End-Point Assessor will report any market, customer or sector information to the End-point Assessor Manager in a timely fashion To maintain an up-to-date caseload of apprentices in IAOs EPA-Pro IT system, ensuring all activity is updated in a timely fashion. The End-Point Assessor will carry out assessment activity through both face to face and electronic mediums Working in line with IAO policies at all times Knowledge: Have excellent knowledge and understanding of the apprenticeship standard as set out in the industry set Grading Criteria Hold a recognised current workplace assessment qualification Personal Qualities and Skills: Ability to use a range of IT systems (training will be provided for EPA-Pro) Experience in administrative roles (e.g. completing reports and maintainingrecords) Knowledge of access to assessment and equal opportunities Excellent time management skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to maintain strict confidentiality in all aspects of role Paul Feldman is the National Skills Agency Data Protection Officer. Your data will be stored until notice is given by you for it to be removed. Our Data Protection Policy will be forwarded to you on request. As we get a high number of applications we may be unable to give feedback to unsuccessful candidates. We will retain your details to keep you informed of other opportunities. National Skills Agency Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy and is an Equal Opportunities employer we welcome applicants from all backgrounds