Assessor Recruitment EveningLocation: South Downs College Contract: Full/Part time Apply by: Noon on 25/02/2016 Assessor Recruitment Evening South Downs College is growing its Apprenticeship programme rapidly and is looking to increase its bank of staff skilled at Assessing and training in order to reach growth targets. If you are an experienced Assessor and trainer, or if you are someone in industry and looking for a new challenge that will help young people in your industry learn the skills they need to be successful, then come along to the Assessor information evening at South Downs College on Thursday 25th February from 1700-1930. This informal early evening will give you all the information you will require in order to register your interest in joining our bank of staff as we grow our provision. This will be a relaxed event where you will get the chance to talk to subject specialist managers, the Apprenticeship team and current Assessors. There will also be some light refreshments of canapes, wine and soft drinks. Who are we recruiting? At this time we are interested in Assessors experienced in delivering within the Business Administration and Customer Service Apprenticeship frameworks with the possibility of an imminent start. What other opportunities? We are also extremely interested to meet with both experienced and inexperienced Assessors from wide and varied industries including (but not exclusive): Engineering, Design and Media, Health and Social Care, Early Years, Sport and Fitness, Hospitality and Hair and Beauty. If you are inexperienced but interested in looking for a possible career change, or for bank staff contracts to fit around your current working practices, then come and find out what this opportunity is about. Assessing and Training is a great way to remain working in your industry and also enables you to give something back to help the new young talent that is currently training. If you want to find out what South Downs College can offer, then come and meet the management team responsible for growing the Apprenticeship programme. For more information on the evening please contact Amy Dymond-Hobbs: Phone: 02392 794661 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org How to Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/assessor-recruitment-evening-tickets-21302381998?utm_term=eventurl_text
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South Downs College is a Community of excellence delivering outstanding opportunities inspiring and enabling all to fulfil their potential.
As an employee of The College you can access a range of benefits such as:
- Kaarp, an employee’s benefits discount website that offers a range of discount across areas such as: entertainment, finance, health, motoring and shopping
- On site facilities including beauty and hair salon, student run restaurant and gym
- Development and training opportunities and discounts on some College courses
- Childcare Vouchers
- Cycle 2 Work scheme
- Free eye test
- GAYE – Tax savings on Charity Giving
- Pension Scheme – LGPS, TP – Death in Service Benefits
- Enhanced holidays over statutory minimum
- Pay and leave that takes into account previous service with some public sector employers
- College closure days in addition to annual leave
- Flexible working arrangements
- Long service recognition
- Free Occupational Health Service
- Employee Assistance Programme that offer advice on work/ career, housing, relationships, children, money, your rights, health and wellbeing, management support and retirement
- Ability to Purchase NUS Extra card
- Free Flu Vaccinations
- Access to Costco Wholesale membership
South Downs College is committed to promoting the principles of equal opportunities. The College aspires to an environment where all employees can develop their potential, regardless of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, age, race, colour, nationality, and religion, ethnic or national origin.
South Downs College is committed to safeguarding and promotes the welfare of all learners and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service Check (DBS) in respect of both children and vulnerable adults, and to provide proof of their right to work in the UK.
South Downs College is committed to equal opportunities for all students and staff, regardless of race, gender, age, physical disability, political, sexual orientation or religious affiliations or marital status, and is fundamental to the ethos of the College.
Equality of opportunity and respect for the individual are part of the College’s principles and values, and the College welcomes the benefits that a diverse workforce brings to the Corporation.
Application Form Guidelines
CVs are not accepted unless accompanied by a completed application form.
Please allow sufficient time for your application to reach us by sending your application back before noon on the closing date. It is also important that you use the correct postage, as insufficient postage on a large envelope (such as A4 size) will delay the arrival of your application.
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• Print the application pack and return your completed pack to: Human Resources, South Downs College, College Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO7 8AA.
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We thank you for your interest in this vacancy, however in the interest of economy, no further communication will be sent unless you are called for interview. Successful applicants will be called for interview within two weeks of the closing date.
Application form, signature section: If you wish to send your application via e-mail you do not need to complete the signature section, but please enter the date. We will obtain your signature on the day of interview, should you be shortlisted.
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