Flexible Worker Contract
About the role
We're excited to be looking for an Independent End Point Assessor (IEPA) to deliver our Fundraiser Level 3 Standard on a flexible worker contract.
As an Independent End Point Assessor (IEPA) your duties and responsibilities will include:
- Delivering EPA in line with the Fundraising standard
- Assessing and documenting an apprentice’s competence against industry specific standards, within agreed Service Level Agreement (SLAs) and using appropriate technology systems
- Attending training and standardisation events to ensure quality, compliance, and consistency
- Communicating with apprentices, ITP's and employers on EPA and grading
- Maintaining and providing evidence of ongoing, relevant Continuous Professional Development (CPD) relevant to the occupation in the apprenticeship being assessed
We'd love to hear from you if you offer the following:
- An Assessor qualification (or be willing to work towards)
- At least 2 years of experience within a fundraising capacity
- Knowledge and expertise of fundraising practices
- Up to date CPD activities relevant to current or future practice
- An open approach to ongoing CPD with the standards being assessed
- Experience of producing clear and accurate reports
Feeling inspired? Read the full Job Description to find out more.
Why work as a flexible worker for NCFE?
Our flexible workforce provides supportive quality assurance to ensure that learners taking NCFE qualifications are getting the best education possible. If you become a flexible worker with us, you’ll choose how to fit your work around your other personal and professional commitments – making this a great opportunity to make a difference in a way that suits you.
You’ll receive full training and the materials, tools or equipment needed to ensure you’re able to complete your duties in line with NCFE requirements, with the ability to take on flexible worker contract alongside other work, without the need to be registered as self-employed.
All applicants will be expected to adhere to NCFE’s behavioural framework and to uphold our core values.
Shape real change with an NCFE career
Imagine a career where your contributions affect not only what people learn, but the way that learning is developed and delivered.
With over 170 years of education experience our core purpose remains at the heart of the organisation – to promote and advance learning to create a fairer, more inclusive society, making sure no learner is left behind.
Want to know more? Take a look at our website https://www.ncfe.org.uk/
How to apply
Before applying, please note that we require all candidates to be able to demonstrate proof of Right to Work in the UK.
Ready to join us and shape real change? Apply with your Cover Letter & CV if you have the expertise and commitment to excel in this position.
Closing Date: Friday 1 December 2023
Interview Date: TBC
If successful in this post you will be required to complete an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore applicants are required to declare any cautions, convictions, reprimands, and final warnings that are not protected (i.e., that are not filtered out) as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013).
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) statement
We're committed to building rich diversity into our workforce at all levels, to ensure that we understand and are representative of the communities and customers we serve.
We do not discriminate against anyone due to their gender, sexuality, race, age, religion, beliefs, identity, social background, visible or hidden disability, or neurodiversity. Instead, we pride ourselves on our collaborative, vibrant and high-performance culture which embraces everyone, celebrates uniqueness, and enables everyone's voice to be heard.