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  • Technical Qualification Associates (TQA)

      We do not currently have any opportunities for the TQA Role, however do keep visiting the associate vacancies website as new roles will be advertised when available.

       

      This is a great opportunity to get involved with our T-Levels work, and to support centres.

       

      What is the role?

      For detailed information about the role, do look at the Task Profile here.

       

      The key elements of the role include.

      All T Level Providers will need to gain Approval to deliver the T Level qualification.

       

      The basic activities of the role would be to:

      • Support the Provider in preparation for the Approval submission
      • Review the Approval Application and supporting documentation submitted by the Provider
      • Carry out a session with the provider team to review the submission and physical resources
      • Provide a support session to the delivery team ahead of the start of the programme

       

      How does the role work?

      All training and TQA activities be carried out remotely with some need for video conferencing. You will not be required to visit providers.

      The aim is for Approval Associates to be allocated 2-5 Providers, but this will of course depend on demand.

       

      What are the timescales?

      Please see a rough timeline of activity we think each T Level TQ Associate (TQA) will require for the role:

      Training & Induction (Early February), 2-hour remote induction and training session (the contract is for 1 year and will then follow the normal annual City & Guilds re-contracting process)

      Pre-approval support (Mid/ late February), After you have attended training, you will be allocated providers (we are hoping to allocate no more than 5 providers per TQA).  You will need to book 2 x 2 hr support webinars with each provider.

      Approval window (March to May), Review eligible provider approval applications (remote 1 day/ 7 hours)

      Post Approval (May - July), Provide approval support webinar (remote up to half day)

       

      The actual time spent with each provider might differ slightly as some providers will be more prepared and up to speed than others, but we anticipate between 1.5 and 2 days of TQA activity per provider

  • Exam Auditors

      Please note: we currently do not have any vacancies for Exam Auditors at the moment.

      This page is for information only.

      Exam Auditors play a key role in ensuring the integrity of City & Guilds examinations by visiting centres to monitor the conduct of exams.. As an Exam Auditor, you will be a vital part of the City & Guilds quality assurance team, monitoring centres to ensure their examinations are delivered in line with City & Guilds and regulatory requirements.  You will be given training on carrying out audit visits.

      We are looking for people with a clean driving licence, the flexibility to travel sometimes at short notice, and who can commit about 30 days a year to this role.

      Exam Auditors are contracted on an annual basis and are not employed by the City & Guilds Group.

       

      Role requirements

      The Exam Auditor is a vital part of ensuring the integrity of our examinations.

      You will maintain a thorough knowledge of both the regulatory requirements for conducting examinations and of City & Guilds reporting and IT systems for the role. 

      This is a great opportunity to use your skills to:

      • Review centre examination arrangements
      • Identify risks and ensure appropriate action is taken
      • Develop SMART action plans
      • Effectively communicate details of visits to City & Guilds.

      Please see the Exam Auditor Task Profile.

  • T-Level Roles (Principal Moderators)

      T Levels are a new course that will give 16–19-year-old learners the technical knowledge and practical skills that are valued by the industry; T Levels follow immediately after GCSEs as a technical alternative to A-Levels.  They are the biggest reform to vocational training in a generation, giving learners the skills, knowledge, and attitude to excel in their chosen careers.

      T Levels are available in England only

      City & Guilds is now looking to recruit for T-Level Associates for the following areas which we have been successful in winning the national contract to deliver

      We are currently looking for Principal Moderators for

      On Site Core - Construction

      1. Plastering
      2. Painting & Decorating
      3. Carpentry & Joinery
      4. Bricklaying

      Building Service Engineering Core

      1. Electrical and Electronic Equipment Engineering
      2. Electrotechnical Engineering
      3. Gas Engineering
      4. Heating Engineering and Ventilation
      5. Plumbing and Heating Engineering
      6. Protection Systems Engineering
      7. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering

      For more information about T-Levels, how they are structured, and specific information about individual qualification, please visit our T- Levels website at https://www.cityandguilds.com/tlevels

      Click one the role title (s) in the green box (top right of the screen) to start your application

      We start to review applications Late June therefore do submit your application ASAP to be included. 

      It is important you read the person specification for the role and map your application to this.

      You need to apply for each role you are interested in.  You may meet the requirements for different roles, and we will consider “clustering” where applicable.

       

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