- Location: Cardiff - South Wales
- Job Type: Full Time
- Job Ref: GF
- Salary: £20,000 - £24,000 per annum
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We at New Directions Social Care Recruitment are pleased to advertise for an Essential skills Tutor/Assessor, working for one of Wales’ leading skills and employment providers.
You will be responsible to train and assess learner knowledge and competence against criteria defined by the relevant awarding body in respect of Essential Skills Wales in Literacy, Numeracy and Digital Literacy. To arrange, conduct and invigilate controlled tasks with learners undertaking their Essential Skills Qualification.
This role will be based in Cardiff, South Wales.
Experience & Qualifications;
Assessor Qualification Award
Experience of Work Based Learning and Award Body practices L3 Essential Skills Practitioner Certificate
Full driving licence with use of own vehicle
Excellent organisational skills
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Work effectively within a team
Knowledge of ESW requirements.
Flexible in approach.
Ability to work under pressure
- Working as part of a friendly, established team
- 24 hour On Call Service in place
- Flexibility to choose where, when and how much you want to work
- Competitive pay rates
- Recommend-a-friend scheme
- Award winning company
- Online Services to access to your information; payslips, request holiday pay
- Full booking confirmation before you start
- Access to FREE Training Courses and personal development
- Respected reputation throughout the Social Care and recruitment industry
Experience:Please be advised that we require a minimum 6 months paid social care experience or 12 months relevant voluntary experience.
DBS:We are fully committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults. All applicants must undertake a robust recruitment procedure and hold a fully enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check.
Please contact New Directions Social Care for more information on this job vacancy, on 029 2039 0150, or use our form below to enquire about this job vacancy.
Last modified: 12th March 2019