There are a variety of contracted associate roles you may wish to apply for, such as Lead and Independent End-Point Assessors, External Quality Assurers, Moderators, Roles with our T Level Qualifications (Moderators, Principal Moderators, Technical Qualification Associates) Examiners and Assured Consultants.
New roles are added to this site, therefore do visit regularly to see new opportunities as they become available. Find out more about the current opportunities and how to apply. The roles are very different, therefore do read the guidance for each to support your application.
We believe that diversity and inclusion strengthens and enriches us, and that it is the responsibility of everyone at the City & Guilds Group to drive this value. We work hard to be inclusive in our approach to recruitment and associate opportunities, whilst still ensuring we meet our regulatory requirements. We strongly encourage and welcome applications from diverse and underrepresented communities.
The role of City & Guilds Independent End-point Assessors (IEPAs) is to assess apprentices against industry-specific requirements. IEPAs conduct End-point Assessments when the apprentice has completed the on-programme requirements of their apprenticeship.
The Lead Independent End-point Assessor (LIEPA) oversees the IEPA team, supporting with the recruitment, selection, and training of IEPAs, as well as quality assuring assessment decisions.Learn More
Moderators plays a key role in the moderation of our Technical Qualifications for 14–19-year-olds. The role of the Moderator is to support centres through quality assurance activities such as centres visits and moderation of centre marking.Learn More
We contract EQA's to monitor the quality of assessments delivered by our centres, to ensure our qualifications are delivered in line with our regulatory requirements, and to provide our centres with guidance, support, and current industry expertise.Learn More
Assured Consultants ensure customer programmes are benchmarked against the City & Guilds quality standard – to give them the confidence and reassurance that their in-house training is the best it can be.Learn More
Development Consultants play a key role in supporting the development of content for new qualifications and assessments, shaping the experiences of learners in the future.
Development Consultants are subject matter experts who come from a range of backgrounds including colleges, employers and training providers.Learn More
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