Moderators plays a key role in the moderation of our Technical Qualifications for 14-19 year olds. They were designed with employers and providers to deliver the most up-to-date relevant technical skills.
Find out more about our Technical Qualifications on our qualifications page.
We are taking applications for all industry areas and are particularly interested in the following:
- Level 2 Technical Certificate in Make-up Artistry (6010)
- Level 2 Technical Certificate in Barbering (6002)
- Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Barbering (6002)
- Level 2 Technical Certificate in Bricklaying (7905)
- Level 2 & Level 3 Technical Certificate in Site Carpentry (7906)
- Level 2 & Level 3 Technical Certificate in Architectural Joinery (7906)
- Level 2 Technical Certificate in Painting and Decorating (7907)
- Level 2 Technical Certificate in Plastering (7908)
- Level 2 & Level 3 Technical Diploma in Electrical Installation (8202)
- Level 2 & Level 3 Plumbing (8202)
Click Apply to submit your application online. It is important you read the person specification for the role, and map your application to this.
1 application is needed for each role advertised.
If you are interested in being considered for a moderator role which is not shown here, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Moderate centre marking - conduct and document moderation, quality assurance and advisory activities with centres, in line with quality assurance guidelines for Technicals
- Provide advice and guidance to centres: on moderation and marking of the internally assessed, externally moderated / validated assessments and Employer Involvement
- Produce City & Guilds and centre reports and feedback on: quality of marking / assessment, collection of evidence, issues identified through the moderation process, best practice
- Participate in training and standardisation activities to ensure continued improvement and consistent performance as a moderator
As a Moderator you will:
- Industry specific qualifications up to level 3
- Teaching experience with a large provider with track record of success
- Up to date, occupational industry experience
- Experience moderating or marking the qualification concerned (or similar)
- Proficient IT skills with experience of using key business software e.g. Outlook, Word and Excel
- Excellent communication skills with ability to communicate with a wide variety of stakeholders both verbally and in writing
- Experience of producing published reports and training / guidance material
- Availability to attend or manage key activities throughout the year – especially November, December, March, April, May, June
- Up to date experience in the following activities: teaching /training, assessing / marking at the level of work to be moderated
We would like to hear from you if you have the following:
- Moderator Personal Specifications
What we offer
- We provide Moderators with training and support throughout the year
- Each team of Moderators is supported by a Principal Moderator and, in some cases, Lead Moderators
- We provide detailed handbooks to support and guide you through the role and activities across the year
- Support is available by telephone and email from our dedicated Technicals & Moderation Support team
- The annual standardisation meeting will support Moderators in making accurate judgments
- Training will be a combination of online and face to face events;
We currently have some exciting vacancies for the role of Moderator for our Technical qualifications. This is an excellent CPD opportunity, giving you the chance to learn about the City & Guilds Technicals, gain an in-depth knowledge of requirements and the moderation process and really get to grips with the marking of the synoptic practical assessment.
Support for Moderators
Time of year (month)
Duration (eg 1 day and whether it’s face to face or remote)
1 day face to face
Overview of Moderator activity
Centre visit training
Face to face (embedded within the induction session)
Overview of Moderator activity
Centre-assessed component moderation
2 hours via webinar
Quality assurance of centre-assessed components including optional units
Moderation platform training
1 hour via webinar
Orientation and navigation of the platform as well as support for technical queries
1 day face to face
How to mark to standard using actual learner work
How to apply
For live applications (roles where we have a specific need to recruit) you should CLICK APPLY for each role you wish to be considered for. Applications are now done online.
You will need to set up your account, which is very quick and then submit your application.
You will use this account for all applications
When submitting your application you will need;
1. Photo 2. CV 3. CPD Log
A template for the CPD is included below, however you can use your own if you wish