The Manufacturing Technology Centre is collaborating with the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) and the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) to train and develop apprentices in a brand new purpose built training academy in Oxfordshire.
Courses will be delivered by the MTC, replicating the industry-leading Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre on the MTC campus in Coventry. The AMTC has rapidly built a reputation for equipping apprentices not only with core engineering skills but also the latest advanced manufacturing techniques. The environment is both dynamic and engaging, supporting the next generation of highly skilled and agile Engineers.
Working in partnership with Consilium Recruit the MTC are seeking an Apprentice Assesor to provide training and assessment of Engineering apprentices in the workplace and training environment.
The Apprentice Assessor will be responsible for: Working closely with the trainer team to ensure all apprentices are completing apprenticeships timely, typically this will be in areas such as Advanced machining, Intelligent Automation and Metrology in addition to Product Design and Development. Ensure the progress of the whole caseload of learners towards all components is being achieved by carrying out regular reviews. To assess high quality and engaging training for Apprentices. To provide training and assessment of engineering candidates in the workplace and training centre. Provide support for the quality assurance of engineering programmes. Maintain a safe working environment and flag any no conformances. Liaise with employers, including visiting workplaces as directed. Assist with the OAS marketing and publicity as required including events and shows. Liaising with MTC personnel to ensure the Apprentice Programme continues to meet the MTC`s vision whilst ensuring synergies are realised.
The successful candidate for the Apprentice Assessor role will possess the following attributes: Current technical competence within the core areas of training including Advanced machining, Intelligent Automation and Metrology in addition to Product Design and Development. Understanding of various assessment criteria and procedures. detailed knowledge of Apprentice programmes and Engineering subjects. Health and Safety knowledge within Engineering. IT Literate including LMS and Microsoft Office packages. Good standard of written and verbal communication focussed on delivery objectives and targets. Ability to identify improvements to delivery and processes. Previous experience carrying out performance development reviews with Apprentices. Plan, design and deliver engineering training programmes.
All applicants will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check prior to being employed within the apprentice team.
To apply for the Apprentice Assessor please forward an up to date copy of your CV to Matthew Fielding.