Panel Member Public Service Delivery Officer -- Casual Contract
We have opportunities across the country for Casual Panel Members to apply their industry experience and passion for helping people to improve their prospects.
With a long-established reputation in carrying out assessments, and one of the first organisations to be registered with the Education and Skills Funding Agency, we are helping employers across the UK to deliver the independent End Point Assessments that are now an essential element of any Apprenticeship.
Working in partnership with employers and their training organisations, we put together a package of external assessments designed to give an overview of an Apprentice's competence. That might be multiple choice tests, professional discussions, observation at work or trade tests, to name just a few. Joining us as a Casual Panel Member, You will be completing the planned assessment activities as part of a virtual panel, marking in line with grading criteria for the apprenticeship components of presentation and interview.
Home based and supported by our expert, professional team, Taking part in the grading meeting to determine the overall grade for the components and justifying marks awarded. 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. Ensuring no conflicts of interest or potential conflicts of interest exist which could adversely influence your judgement, or prevent you from providing an objective independent view. Acquiring and maintaining up to date knowledge of the occupational area and maintaining a record of evidence of your continuous professional development (CPD
Along with current, hands on, professional experience in the Public service, Level 3 Public Service Operational Delivery Officer, Current hands on Sector Knowledge and experience , Knowledge and experience within "public service organisations" for upwards of a minimum of 3 years. Organisationally this must be local authority (County, City) or within a Government Department (Job Centre Plus, Border Force, Home Office, Foreign Office etc), Knowledge of conducting robust interviews and observations of practice , Knowledge of conducting assessment processes (Assessor Qualification), Technical ability to manage a virtual panel, Lead and record the panel discussion and your knowledge will match the standard you are assessing. And as an experienced, qualified Assessor, you'll know how to conduct assessment processes including observations, professional discussions and reviewing learners' showcase of evidence. If you also have good IT (MS Office), time management and communication skills, we'll give you full training on our systems and support your Continuous Professional Development.
You will need your own IT equipment, can work flexibly and want to be part of a team, it's time to be one of us.
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