Assessment Production Associates - Aeronautical Engineering & Maintenance

  • Job Reference: 10871
  • Date Posted: 26 June 2024
  • Recruiter: City & Guilds
  • Remote Working: 100% remote working possible
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Engineering and manufacturing
  • Job Type: Freelance

Job Description

We are looking for a new team of assessment associates to be part of the Aeronautical Engineering and Maintenance qualification suite for Level 2 and 3.

Please use the below link to review the qualifications offered within this suite.

There are multiple roles available including: writers, revisers and scrutineers.

As minimum we require you to have a Level 4 qualification in either Aircraft mechanics, Aerospace and/or a Licenced Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.

Other areas would also include qualifications and experience:

  • hands-on aircraft maintenance
  • Minimum CAA Cat A license or military equivalent; or
  • L3 diploma in aircraft maintenance (knowledge and/or competency)
  • Minimum 5 years teaching and/or assessing aircraft maintenance qualifications
  • Experience in writing, reviewing assessment materials

 

Skills and behaviours we are also looking for in addition to the above are;

  • Ability to work consistently to tight deadlines
  • Great attention to detail
  • Written and communication skills
  • Ability to use and navigate IT systems and software as required within the role
  • Ability to attend meetings within working hours

 

Writing Examiner:

Responsible for writing assessment materials, such as multiple-choice question’s (MCQs) and the associated mark scheme. These would be produced in line with assessment principles, qualification/assessment specifications and the question paper process within agreed timescales.

Reviser:

Responsible for reviewing assessment materials against qualification/assessment specifications, checking for errors or omissions within all assessment materials specific to the assessment. Capturing feedback within a report to support the Writing Examiner make amends where required. Ability to carry out reviewing of the assessment materials until the assessment materials are deemed fit for purpose.

Scrutineer:

Responsible for reviewing the assessment materials from a ‘candidate’ perspective to ensure these are fit for purpose, accessible and error free. Capturing feedback within a report to support the further production of the assessment materials.

 

Please refer to the specific Task Profile/Person Specification for each role.