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Position: Graduate Apprenticeship Work-Based Learning Assessor
Institution: University of Strathclyde
Department: Computer and Information Sciences
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Duties: You will be involved in all aspects of the work-based learning activities including the provision of initial learner training on the use of an e-portfolio, development of individual learning plans, supporting work-based learners and assessing work-based learning activities. The role requires frequent travel to employer sites across central Scotland and the ability to establish and maintain effective professional relationships with a range of stakeholders including industry employers, work-based learners, GA ITSD staff and other work-based learning assessors
Requirements: To be considered for the role you must hold the SVQ Assessor Qualification (L&D9DI) and ideally the SVQ Internal Verifier Qualification (L&D11) and have a background in software engineering/computing (or related discipline) to allow for the assessing of various learners at SCQF level 7 within Scotland. You will also have minimum 2 years of experience of observing and assessing candidates in their workplace including: developing individual learning plans; interviewing candidates and examining their portfolios of evidence; providing feedback and offering advice; keeping records of candidates' progress; liaising with industry supervisors and developing learner support strategies. Applications from suitably qualified candidates with substantive industry experience interested in completing the SVQ Assessor Qualification (L&D9DI) will be considered
   
Text: Graduate Apprenticeship Work-Based Learning Assessor (143689) Home Search FAQ Salary Range: £31,604 - £38,833 (pro-rata) FTE: 0.5 FTE Term: Fixed (until 31 July 2021) Closing Date: 19 August 2018 The University of Strathclyde is a leading international technological university and is recognised for its world class research, knowledge exchange, and educational programmes. The Department of Computer & Information Sciences, based within the Faculty of Science, is an internationally recognised research department specialising in health informatics, interactive systems, computer security, information science and theoretical computer science. The Department is home to around 600 undergraduate, taught postgraduate and PhD students. We have a strong commitment to widening access and inclusion while maintaining academic quality and an outstanding student experience. The Department in partnership with key stakeholders has developed a Graduate Apprenticeship degree in IT: Software Development (GA ITSD). This degree programme is designed for learners employed full time within a software development role in industry and consequently, a significant proportion of the indicative student workload will be credit-bearing work-based learning. The Department of Computer & Information Sciences is seeking to recruit a qualified and experienced work-based learning assessor with a software engineering/computer science background to support the delivery and assessment of the integrated work-based learning elements of the 4 year degree programme. You will be involved in all aspects of the work-based learning activities including the provision of initial learner training on the use of an e-portfolio, development of individual learning plans, supporting work-based learners and assessing work-based learning activities. The role requires frequent travel to employer sites across central Scotland and the ability to establish and maintain effective professional relationships with a range of stakeholders including industry employers, work-based learners, GA ITSD staff and other work-based learning assessors. To be considered for the role you must hold the SVQ Assessor Qualification (L&D9DI) and ideally the SVQ Internal Verifier Qualification (L&D11) and have a background in software engineering/computing (or related discipline) to allow for the assessing of various learners at SCQF level 7 within Scotland. You will also have minimum 2 years of experience of observing and assessing candidates in their workplace including: developing individual learning plans interviewing candidates and examining their portfolios of evidence providing feedback and offering advice keeping records of candidates' progress liaising with industry supervisors and developing learner support strategies. Applications from suitably qualified candidates with substantive industry experience interested in completing the SVQ Assessor Qualification (L&D9DI) will be considered. You must have good communication and team working skills in order to work with the GA ITSD programme team and communicate effectively with learners, employers and internal quality verifiers. You must possess IT skills appropriate to supporting learners at a distance. Due to the nature of the role, candidates must be willing and able to work flexibly both in terms of time and location, including the ability to visit learners off-campus. You will be required to travel to meet learners within their place of work and must have a current driving licence with access to own vehicle. Candidates for this role will have the opportunity to work from home. Interviews have been scheduled for 27th and 28th August 2018. For informal enquiries, please contact the GA ITSD Programme Director, Dr Alex Coddington, Alex.Coddington@strath.ac.uk, 0141 548 4521. Click here for full details.
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