Housing IQA Perm
Per Portfolio - £25 per hour
London and Surrounding area
Assessor,Quality Assurance (IQA / EQA),Housing
Contract | Part Time
Internal Quality Assurer (IQA) for Housing - (Freelance)
London Learning Consortium (LLC) provides high quality accredited Further Education classroom and apprenticeship training to local communities and businesses across London.
LLC are seeking to appoint an occupationally competent and experienced Housing IQA in a part-time freelance capacity.
As part of our team of existing freelance IQA’s, you will be responsible for monitoring the assessment process, so it consistently meets national standards and the requirements of awarding bodies. You will have responsibility for the verification of assessment decisions, monitor the quality of delivery in your vocational area and support & develop Assessors through observations and standardisation activities.
You should have recent relevant verifying experience. You should also have relevant qualifications or experience and be either V1 or TAQA qualified.
RATE OF PAY:
Per Portfolio - £25 per hour
HOW TO APPLY:
Please apply by submitting your CV supported by a covering letter. Applicants that are then invited for interview will be invited to download and complete a formal application form and submit this to Kay Ward, HR Manager.
LLC is committed to safeguarding, prevent and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. As part of our safeguarding & prevent commitment, appointment to any post is subject to receipt of a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure.
The Organisation encourages the development of an environment in which diversity is valued. An important part of putting this into practice is a commitment to prohibit discrimination on the grounds of disability in all employment matters, to increase employment opportunities for people who have a disability and to ensure that its recruitment and selection processes are fully accessible.
The ideal of accessibility underpins this Statement and includes not only access to the built environment, but also to information and services. Furthermore, it means independent access, or, at least, access with minimal assistance. An important step towards becoming more welcoming to people with disabilities is understanding that services, methods of working and the built environment may themselves be enabling or disabling.
All Organisation staff, students, visitors and contractors are expected to treat people with disabilities with respect.
Discrimination in recruitment, selection or employment is treated seriously by the Organisation and could provide grounds for disciplinary action. Furthermore, individuals who discriminate on the grounds of disability may be liable under the Equality Act 2010