Electrical Engineering NVQ Assessor

Hays UK - Training 2000
£28,280 per year + 35 days holiday, Pension, life assurance
13 Oct 2016
20 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Full Time

Your new company

Training 2000 is a charitable trust set up by a consortium of Lancashire businesses and is now one of the largest Group Training Associations in England, with over 50 years' experience of delivering high quality work-based learning and training programmes to industry and individuals. They have grown to more than 250 staff and 6 centres across the North West and other areas of the UK, working with national employers across a wide range of sectors, whilst maintaining local support.

An important opportunity has arisen within the Company's Engineering department for a Training Officer - Engineering Centre, with a specific background in Electrical Engineering.

Your new role

This Electrical Engineering job will be based from Training 2000's site in Blackburn and this is a permanent role. You will primarily be responsible for the delivery and assessment of 1st year off-the-job training programmes to employed Apprentices from their customer base. You will provide a full and comprehensive training service to Company's on their business needs, including the delivery of practical and theoretical learning sessions that cover vocational and work related skills relative to the sector and to ensure learners are effectively supported and challenged throughout the learning process.

What you need to succeed

Previous teaching experience is essential for this role, along with a recognised, up to date teaching/NVQ assessor qualification such as CAVA, A1 or D32 or D33 as you will be expected to hit the ground running. Applications without this experience may be considered for another job providing you have the Electrical Engineering experience so please apply and you will be contacted accordingly.

You must have completed a recognized Engineering Apprenticeship and a background with experience in Electrical Engineering essential. You will have a strong knowledge of Health & Safety legislation and how to implement effective policy (Minimum of IOSH - Working Safely). You will be a self-motivated and effective team player who possesses excellent communication and organisational skills.

What you'll get in return

This full time, permanent post will be to work until 4.45pm Monday - Thursday with a 12.30pm Friday finish, and offers an attractive employment package, including benefits such as 27 days holidays in addition to bank holidays, free parking, company contributory pension scheme and free life insurance, subject to qualification periods.

Appointments are subject to the receipt of a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS; formally the CRB), or a check via the Update Service on a relevant enhanced disclosure.

What you need to do now

If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Lucinda O'Neill or Victoria Crolla-Barker now.

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