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Associate Assessor - Business Administrator

  • Full-time
  • Freelance
  • Homebased

Hours per week: Contracted, Freelance


Salary/Fee: Fee per assessment, based on daily rate


Location: Multiple locations across the UK. Occasional travel to AIM HQ in Derby may be required

About the role

AIM supports the growth in the end-point assessment (EPA) of apprenticeship standards, delivery of high-quality EPA, and working in partnership with major employers across sectors. We are currently focusing our work on the creative and cultural industries. We are seeking to recruit talented and motivated assessors across a range of standards in the creative sector, including Audiovisual Technician.



Audiovisual Technician

The broad purpose of the occupation is to provide a range of professional solutions for communication including videoconferencing, hybrid in-person/online events, sound, lighting, projection, and computer networking by planning, installing, configuring, and operating hardware and software. The role is found across a variety of sectors including videoconferencing and online events, academic institutions, banks, law firms, insurance providers, financial service providers, government agencies, hospitals, software developers, galleries and museums. The audio visual technician will be responsible, under minimal supervision, for design, setup, and delivery of audiovisual provision in accordance with the specifications of internal and external stakeholders.

Assessment Methods

Receive portfolio for each apprentice, approve or reject, provide feedback

Attend assessment day to include scenario test and professional discussion

Type up notes and confirm grade.


AIM Associate Assessor

End-point assessors carry out independent assessment of apprentices once they have passed through the gateway. End-point assessors must ensure their occupational competence and knowledge are up to date to ensure they have the right skills and knowledge to remain credible to employers and assess an apprentice's competence.



As an associate end-point assessor working with AIM you will:


Assess and document apprentice competence against apprenticeship standards at designated venues using the stated assessment methods

Carry out and document end-point assessment activities in line with AIM and regulatory arrangements

Provide concise written feedback to apprentices to explain assessment decisions

Complete and submit reports within the necessary timescales

Provide advice and support on end-point assessment

Participate in training and standardisation activities to ensure a consistent approach to end-point assessment

Maintain a thorough knowledge of the organisation and AIM end-point assessment policies and procedure

Requirements

Associate assessors for Audiovisual Techniciab must:


  • Recent relevant experience gained within the last two years at the same level or above that of the apprentice OR significant experience within the sector (minimum of five years)
  • Knowledge of the audiosvisual technician role
  • Have an up to date CPD record detailing up to date knowledge of technology and trends within the industry
  • Hold or be working towards an assessor qualification eg award in undertaking end point assessment
  • Willingness to undertake training about assessment practice, operating the assessment tools and grading
  • Be independent of the apprentice, their employer and training provider(s) i.e. there must be no conflict of interest
  • Hold a current enhanced DBS certificate
  • Hold minimum of level 2 English and Maths
  • Be resident in the UK and have the right to work in the UK
  • The following are desirable but not essential for this role:
  • Experience of assessment
  • Experience of working within the education sector
  • Our assessors should also have:
  • Diversity orientation and an inclusive approach
  • Excellent organisational skills and a professional approach
  • Timekeeping and punctuality
  • Problem solving skills and ability to stay calm under pressure
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Presentation skills (desirable, not essential)
  • Willingness to travel
  • Self-motivation and a flexible approach with apprentices and employers
  • A driving licence (desirable, not essential)