IQA - PEQF Module Lead

Posting Date: 06 May 2020

Location: South West London, London, GB, SW8 2TG

Company: Babcock

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PEQF Module Lead
South West London
ES&T
SF30779
 
About the role

Purpose of role: To ensure accuracy and consistency of delivery and assessment decisions across both the internal and subcontracted delivered provision across the PEQF contract.

 

Major tasks and activities:
• To conduct quality assurance activities in line with the IQA Strategy and awarding body (including HEIs) requirements
• Produce sampling plans based on risk and in line with the IQA strategy
• Conduct observations of teaching, learning and assessment providing clear, constructive, supportive and timely feedback to delivery staff
• Monitor assessment to ensure students’ progress timely through their programme providing clear, constructive, supportive and timely feedback to delivery staff
• Support delivery staff to create and implement action plans to ensure students are actively engaged and enable student progression
• Share best practice and lead standardisation activities to enhance and develop the programme and ensure consistency of assessment decisions
• Conduct 2nd marking of assessments to ensure consistent outcomes for students and provide feedback/reports to Babcock and HEI partners
• Maintain and review delivery staff CPD records and record details through a skills matrix system
• Work closely with Team Leaders to develop on-going development plans for staff
• Deliver training, mentoring and support to delivery staff to ensure compliance with the teaching and assessment standards
• Deliver induction training to new delivery staff
• Complete reports to be submitted to Head of Quality and partner HEI’s as required to meet Quality KPI’s


Additional key accountabilities:
• Foster close links with the Babcock team, customer and HEI partners
• Highlight improvement ideas to the Quality team to ensure the programme reflects current operational policing requirements
• Work within established company policies and procedures, including those related to government funding rules
• Promote the sharing of ideas across the contract to support objectives in becoming an “outstanding” provider
• Build a positive team culture, based on the company values which promotes equality, diversity and inclusion
• Ensure Babcock and MPS Security, Health and Safety, Environmental, Information Assurance, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and Welfare & Safeguarding policies and procedures are followed at all times within all areas of responsibility
• Understand and ensure all Babcock Security, Health, Safety and Environmental, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and Welfare & Safeguarding policies and procedures are followed at all times
• Work effectively with the Head of Quality to ensure effective & timely quality assurance to meet contractual requirements

 

Key outputs / deliverables:
• An outstanding learning experience to officers on the programmes
• Programmes delivered in line with Babcock and HEI quality standards
• Ensure provision delivery meets a minimum of a grade 2 Ofsted grade (measured through internal inspection)
• Students’ progress in line with agreed outputs and set KPIs
• Timely and overall completion targets met
• Minimise out of funded students (i.e. those past their completion date)
• CPD logs accurately maintained
• Ensure safeguarding of all students

 

Describe with whom the role regularly interfaces:


External
• MPS staff
• HEI partners
• Inspection bodies (OfS / QAA / Ofsted)

 

Internal
• Line Manager and other PEQF staff
• Apprenticeship Services
• Other key internal functions (e.g. Finance & Commercial)

 

Security status:
• Requires enhanced DBS through the Disclosure and Barring Service and military security clearance
• NPPV 2 (possibly 1)

 

What do I need to do the role?


Key technical skills / competencies:
• Experienced quality assurer
• Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Internal & External Verification standards
• An understanding of how internal procedures conform to awarding organisation (& HEI) requirements
• Experience of managing relationships to drive project outcomes
• Excellent literacy, numeracy and communications skills
• Strong KPI and performance focus in Quality
• IT literate and able to use a variety of software (including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)


Key behavioural competencies:
• Manage work and resources to achieve results
• Demonstrate a high level of organisational skills and self-motivation Demonstrate excellent communication and influencing skills
• Demonstrate Emotional Intelligence to promote good working relationships
• Able to analyse and provide solutions to problems
• Recognise the importance of the customer and key stakeholders to promote business, identify their needs and respond to them
• Participate as an effective team member

 

Company / industry knowledge:
• Comprehensive understanding of policing and the evidence base current context, challenges and issues, gained through previous operational experience
• An understanding of the Police Educational Qualification Framework, Authorised Professional Practice and/or Policing Professional Framework
• Experience of quality assuring progression of students delivering apprenticeships or other work-based learning (desirable)
• Previous experience of teaching excellence in either HE / FE or workplace setting (desirable)
• Occupational expertise in line with the appropriate assessment strategy
• Has maintained own comprehensive CPD

 

Qualifications:
• Minimum Level 6 qualified.  Level 7 (desirable)
• Verification Awards
• Teacher/Training qualifications (desirable)
• Functional Skills Maths and English Level 2 or equivalent

 

What else do I need to know?

• All applicants must have the legal right to work in the UK and be subject to satisfactory security clearance which includes 3 years reference checks. Verification of any qualifications/passport/licences must be shown at interview stage.

 

Application Guidance

If you are currently employed by Babcock/Cavendish Nuclear please let your line manager know that you’re applying for this vacancy.  You should also let them know if you are attending an interview or assessment for a role.

Please note that you will not be able to access the vacancy details after the closing date so you may wish to keep a copy of this advert and any supporting documents for your records.

We are committed to building an inclusive culture and strives to attract talent who thrive in an inclusive and flexible working environment. 

If you have a disability or need any reasonable adjustments during the application and selection stages please let us know and we will respond in a way that best fits your specific needs.

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