Are you interested in becoming a Development Consultant at City & Guilds?
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 industry, colleges and training providers.
About the role
- developing unit content
- drafting assessment materials – including multiple-choice questions and practical assignments
- reviewing and amending unit content and assessments
- calculating and reviewing content learning hour values
- ensuring that unit content and assessment materials are valid, fit for purpose and meet regulatory requirements.
Development Consultants will undertake activities such as:
- teaching and assessment experience in the relevant subject and level
- up-to-date subject matter knowledge
- experience of developing unit content and assessment materials
- an understanding of current qualification design and delivery practice
- an understanding of assessment principles
- a passion for developing quality educational resources.
Our Development Consultants are subject matter experts who come from a range of backgrounds including industry, colleges, training providers.
You will need:
Please see the Development Consultant job description for more detail.
Support and benefits
- guidance on aspects of development relevant to the project eg unit development, assessment writing training
- support from a City & Guilds Development Manager throughout the project including feedback and guidance on content drafted where necessary
- an opportunity to get directly involved in developing new qualifications and assessments.
As well as consultancy fees for development work, we can offer:
How to apply
To support your application, please submit your CV and application outlining your experience, qualifications and how you meet the requirements of the Development Consultant role.
Applications that do not clearly show this are unlikely to be considered for the next stage of our recruitment process.
This is a self-employed consultant role with a flexible ad hoc working pattern, dependent on development priorities.