Job Description Our client, a leading training and regulatory board are currently looking for a number of Standards and Qualifications Developers to join their team in Peterborough. Role purpose This role contributes to the strategic priority to ensure the construction sector has access to the appropriate standards and qualification to meet their current and future skills needs. The post holder will be one of a team of Developers who are responsible for the development and maintenance of a range of standards and qualification products including: Training Standards, National Occupational Standards, Competence Based Qualifications, Assessment Strategies, and Apprenticeship Standards/Frameworks. Individual responsibilities and accountabilities will vary depending on strategic objectives, previous experience and resource requirements Key responsibilities and accountabilities (circa 5-7): ... * Develop and maintain National Occupational Standards, Training Standards, qualification structures, Apprenticeship Standards/Frameworks - ensuring they are compliant with relevant quality criteria and reflect industry requirements across the four home nations. * Consult and influence stakeholders including: Regulators, Awarding Organisations, training providers, HE and FE establishments, employers, federations, and card schemes - to support standards and qualifications activity as required. * Work closely with other teams to support the full development, delivery and review cycle, streamlining and co-ordinating our engagement with industry, and the deployment of wider group products and services such as Apprenticeship delivery, grant allocation, quality and verification. * Provide advice and guidance to internal and external stakeholders on entry to work, vocational and occupational standards and qualifications for the construction sector. * Act in line with Standards and Qualifications policies and procedures, proactively identifying opportunities for improvement * Carry out mapping of industry training schemes and qualifications against the appropriate standards and qualifications to support Industry Card Schemes * Ensure that any development relating to NOS, Frameworks, and Qualifications meet regulatory/legislation requirements. Key contacts and relationships: Internal: * Partnerships Team * Product Managers/Apprenticeships Team External: * Government departments, devolved administrations and other policy makers. * Regulators e.g. IFA, OfQual, FISSS, SQA, CCEA, Qualification Wales * Awarding Bodies, colleges, training providers * Employers and wider stakeholders such as Federations, Trade Associations * Funding Bodies e.g. ESFA, Welsh Government, Skills Development Scotland * Industry Card Schemes Essential * Degree or equivalent level qualification * Knowledge of the current education and skills landscape, changing industry requirements, statutory requirements, underpinning standards development, units and qualifications and apprenticeship frameworks. * Knowledge of apprenticeship framework design and structure * Knowledge of Government stakeholder requirements in standards and qualifications and apprenticeship framework development * Knowledge of qualifications in the construction industry at all levels * Good communication and interpersonal skills * Experience of working within a quality system * Technical writing or project management qualification. * Time management * Good IT Skills * Creative and problem solving skills * Ability to promote, negotiate * Persuasive, influential and assertive. Desirable * Previous experience working with the key stakeholders within the construction sector Behavioural competencies: * Drive for results - Level 2 * Building capability - Level 2 * Communicating with impact Level - 2 * Working collaboratively - Level 2 Special Conditions/Other Requirements: e.g. travel requirements, working arrangements * Comply with corporate policies and procedures. * Deal with issues in an appropriate and timely manner. * Meet the requirements of the Equal Opportunities Policy. * Meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Policy. * Regular travel and overnight stay required. * Undertaking training in personal development as the needs of the post may require. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
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