Qualification Integrity Manager

Qualification Integrity Manager

Salary range: £32,172-£35,161

37 hours per week, Flexible working                                                      

       Location: Derby, AIM Awards head office

This role represents an exciting opportunity to join a successful awarding organisation and end point assessment organisation. AIM Awards have a portfolio of over 500 regulated qualifications across a wide range of sectors from Entry level through to Level 6.

 

We believe in the positive power of education

We want to keep AIM Awards going and growing. We know that great businesses are powered by happy colleagues who feel invested in the company they work for. Our people are curious and creative colleagues that anchor us to our foundations and help to achieve our charitable objectives for learning – all kinds of learning for all kinds of people. Whether it’s at home, in the classroom or in the workplace, learning is the key to improving our chances in life.

As well as providing a fun and inspiring workplace, over the years we have defined clear values that inform everything we do, ensuring all our teams are striving to be world class, constantly innovating and inspiring positivity in their colleagues. 

Not just co-workers, we're proud AIM Awards colleagues who help our company thrive. Our friendly and professional teams work together in a diverse range of roles to support the future of work and learning around the world.

We are currently recruiting for the new position of qualification integrity manager.

Overall Job Purpose

The qualification integrity manager is a unique role, working closely with the director of product integrity to develop and implement the qualification strategy for the organisation. The role involves creating and managing a portfolio of sector leading qualifications that meet the needs of industry and education.

The ideal candidate will have extensive knowledge of qualification and assessment development and review, and experience of engaging with employers to develop and deliver qualifications and assessments. They should have experience of writing, delivering and evaluating assessments and examinations and knowledge of the current legislative landscape for qualifications and assessments. The ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience and a track record in the awarding sector, and ideally have experience of teaching in a relevant occupational area.

Project management is key within this role. The ideal candidate should have experience in delivering a project from its inception to completion in order to support our future aspirations. The role requires someone with the ability to develop positive working relationships with colleagues and stakeholders across the organisation and the employers that work with us.

The qualification integrity manager is a leader and a role model, able to provide strategic direction, change management and leadership to the qualification development and delivery team.

 

        Minimum requirements are:

 

Interview and selection process

All candidates will be required to complete a role related skills assessment as part of the interview process.

Further information on the role can be found in the Information Pack provided. 

An application pack can be downloaded here or contact Rachael Tweddle on Tel: 01332 341822 Email: Rachael.Tweddle@aimawards.org.uk or write to AIM Awards, 3 Pride Point Drive, Pride Park Derby, DE24 8BX. Closing date for applications is Friday 26th July 2019.