Health & Social Care Assessor


  • Company:
    CV-Library
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / Month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    2 weeks ago
  • Category:
    Education

Job title – Health & Social Care Assessor
Location – Yorkshire
Package – £20,000 – £24,000 salary

Qualified to deliver Health & Social Care training to level 3? Open to joining a diverse, and growing provider that offer a range of benefits such as 28 days holiday.

New World Recruitment Ltd an SME sized Training provider that hold their workforce at the core of their values. They actively work to ensure a diverse and satisfied workforce are encouraged and passionate about their delivery across all their centres.

The role;
With a caseload of approx 30-40 learners, time and quality of delivery is a huge focus within the provider, and they want you to focus on the learners to increase higher completion rates. Your caseload will cover the area between East, and South Yorkshire, so being able to drive will be rather necessary for the role. Delivery to level 2 and 3 of Health & Social care frameworks, you will have use of online portfolios to manage your learners journey and workload throughout the qualification, to make it easier for you to give advice, and manage your own diary accordingly.

As this is a teaching related role, there are a number of requirements we would like you to have. It would be great if you already have experience delivering he frameworks to level 3, and are qualified with an Assessing and Teaching qualification (although teaching qual is only advantageous). If you are qualified to level 5, and/or have delivered at this level would also be very interested to discuss possibilities here as well.

A number of key benefits that come with this role, is 28 days holiday per year then plus the bank holidays. Healthcare and paid charity days are encouraged.

The position is available for the right person, taking into consideration interview process and notice periods. Please apply and we can follow up with further conversation