Exam Access Arrangement Assessor

Wiltshire College & University Centre
South West
£13565 - £32422

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Job Description

Permanent, Part Time 22.5 hours per week, Term Time Only 36+2 weeks per year


Salary: £13,565 - £17,127 per annum (Full time equivalent £25,678 - £32,422 per annum)


Campus: Chippenham & Lackham with cross College travel


About The Role


This role requires an experienced Exam Access Arrangements (EAA) Assessor to assist the Specialist Co-ordinator in administering EAA testing within the college network (multi-site). You will be required to:


  • Contact and arrange testing for EAA those students identified through the referral process.
  • Manage your own diary and prioritise your own workload.
  • Complete Form8 reports, filenotes and GDPR forms in line with JCQ regulations.
  • Maintain and keep accurate records including recording information on relevant spreadsheets and forms.
  • Promote and be able to demonstrate assistive technology to help promote independence in learners.
  • Work with the Specialist Co-ordinator to review processes and make improvements to the EAA process.


Our team make a contribution towards positive outcomes for disadvantaged and vulnerable students, and line manage a highly effective team within the SEND department.


About You


You will have a Postgraduate Level 7 qualification to be able to complete EAA assessments.


You will have a 'Can do' attitude, flexible in your working and will be able to travel between our four campuses.


You will be an excellent communicator able to interact with all levels of staff and students across college, showing empathy and compassion when communicating EAA to students.


An independent thinker and use of your own professional judgement when assessing students, complying with all college policies and procedures and ensuring mandatory training is up to date.


You will high level of Safeguarding awareness and engage in CPD and training in order to develop knowledge within your own specialist area.


About Us


Wiltshire College and University Centre plays a vital role in Wiltshire’s economy, inspiring people to develop the skills they need to achieve. Our five campuses are learning hubs in their communities, and we aspire to be an outstanding, financially robust and commercially agile provider, achieving our clear social mission on behalf of leaners and employers across Wiltshire and beyond. Our turnover is around £35 million per annum, we employ some 800 staff, and support around 13,000 students.


Our benefits include a competitive salary and 30 days annual leave for Professional Services Staff and 37 days annual leave for Academic Staff (plus bank holidays and additional closure days over the Christmas period). You will also be automatically enrolled into either the Teachers Pension Scheme or Local Government Pension Scheme, have access to our employee assistance programme (EAP) and enjoy other benefits such as discounts with a wide variety of retailers, free car parking onsite and free access to gyms at our campuses.


Closing date: 11/12/22


Please note that vacancies may close early if sufficient applications have been received; therefore, we would encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible.


Interview date: TBC


Information


Wiltshire College & University Centre is committed to Safeguarding. We recruit in line with the Safer Recruitment Guidance set out by the Department for Education in ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’. This includes carrying out an enhanced DBS check (which the College will pay for), including an enhanced children’s barred list check and other employment checks, which include a search of the online presence of shortlisted candidates.


At Wiltshire College and University Centre we value diversity, and we recognise that people with different backgrounds bring different perspectives, ideas, knowledge, and culture, and that this difference brings great strength. We are committed to the protection of young people and vulnerable adults and to safeguarding and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.


We are proudly accredited to the Disability Confident Employer award, part of this means a commitment to interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for a job vacancy and consider them on their abilities.


Please contact us with any queries.