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Careers with learndirect Associate Assessor - Teaching & Education - London

Associate Assessor - Teaching & Education - London

Salary: £20 - £21 per hour
Contract type: Part-time, Contract
Location: Bournemouth, SouthWest BH2

Through education, people can transform their lives and reach career goals. learndirect has been empowering individuals to reach the height of their potential for many years, with a forward-thinking digital approach.

As the UK’s leading online learning provider, we have helped millions of learners gain qualifications that have led to exciting careers. Our work is to empower, inspire, and transform lives through flexible education made accessible to all.

From Access to Higher Education Diplomas and GCSEs to animal courses and accredited dental nursing qualifications, we offer education to individuals from all backgrounds and at any stage of their life and career.

Through partnerships with industry-leading providers in multiple sectors, learndirect has helped more than 4.5 million learners get the qualifications they need. You could become a part of the online solution to educational needs.

We are looking for experienced and qualified Associate Tutors/Assessors and IQA’s to support the delivery of our courses in;

  • Teaching and Education in Early Years or Teaching Assistant

This candidate will be required to travel or be located within London UK for observation visits.

These roles offer flexible working hours, depending on caseload and associate availability. We’re looking for applicants that hold a certificate in the relevant subject specialism, hold a recognised teaching or assessment qualification and have experience of tutoring adult learners. In addition, we are seeking applicants who can also undertake IQA duties too.

We operate a completely flexible remote working model. Working on a self-employed Contract for Services basis, the role involves tutoring students and assessing their work remotely via our online training portal.

Rates of pay vary depending on the course and level.

You will be responsible for organising and managing your own workload whilst maintaining the highest level of standards. Each of our subject areas is faculty driven and as an Associate member of the team you will have direct contact with a Head of Faculty to support you with caseload management, learner queries and assessment processes.

What we are looking for in you (Essential):

  • Have advanced level of subject knowledge in Early Years
  • Ability to travel
  • Have an excellent level of written English
  • Experienced and qualified in assessing/teaching
  • Have the ability to problem solve using own initiative
  • Be able to research supportive answers to student questions
  • Be able to provide high quality assessment decision
  • Be digitally skilled in Microsoft Office, email and other commonly used platforms
  • Be proactive and self-motivated
  • Have excellent written communication skills
  • Be able to work as a part of a wider team
  • Be able to work within existing processes and procedures


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