The Consultant Management team are always looking for new External Quality Assurers (EQAs) with solid quality assurance experience and current industry expertise. Should you be interested in becoming an EQA, please apply by completing the online application form for the role available:
We are currently recruiting Hospitality External Quality Assurers to cover centres across Scotland.
Sub-market: Hospitality & Catering City & Guilds Team: Associate Quality Team Territories: Scotland Closing Date:14/04/2017 Ref No:10016
We are currently recruiting for Forge Work External Quality Assurers to cover centres across the UK. Applicants must be willing to travel around the UK and Northern Ireland.
Sub-market: Land- based engineering City & Guilds Team: Associate Quality Team Territories: National Closing Date:31/03/2017 Ref No:10015
We are currently recruiting for a Animal Care and Dog Grooming External Quality Assurers to cover centres across the UK. Applicants must be willing to travel nationally around the UK.
Sub-market: Animal management City & Guilds Team: Associate Quality Team Territories: National Closing Date:31/03/2017 Ref No:10003
We are currently recruiting for Vet Nursing External Quality Assurers to cover centres across the UK. Applicants must be willing to travel around the UK and Northern Ireland.
The main qualifications to be covered are listed below.
Sub-market: Vet Nursing City & Guilds Team: Associate Quality Team Territories: National Closing Date:14/04/2017 Ref No:10000
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If there are no suitable vacancies listed, please register your interest with us. We will contact you should a suitable role become available.
Our External Quality Assurers (EQAs) monitor the quality of assessments delivered by our centres, ensuring our qualifications are delivered in line with our regulatory requirements. They provide our centres with guidance, support and current industry expertise. EQAs are contracted on an annual basis and are not employed by the City & Guilds Group.
The EQA role is both a challenging and rewarding experience. You will maintain effective working relationships with allocated centres and City & Guilds. This is a great opportunity to be able to use your expertise to provide advice and support to new and existing centres, planning and monitoring quality assurance in line with City & Guilds policies and procedures.
EQAs will receive support through a range of updates, webinars and briefings, to maintain a thorough knowledge of City & Guilds products, services, and policies.
Please click here to download our EQA Task Profile
You will be experienced in quality assurance with current industry expertise for the areas you will be quality assuring. Have the ability and confidence to work with web based applications (this includes submitting reports online), work independently and have good communication, prioritisation and planning skills.
To be considered for the role you must also have achieved the Assessor and Internal Quality Assurer qualifications (D32, D33, D34 or A1, V1 or TAQA units).
As a requirement, EQAs must have achieved or be working towards the (6312-41) External Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice (TAQA) or its equivalent (D35/ V2) in order to carry out centre visits. If you have not achieved these qualifications and you are successful in your application, you will be required to work towards this qualification with the support of City & Guilds. You will be required to contribute a fee of £500 towards the achievement of the TAQA qualification.
If you are interested in the EQA role, please apply by selecting the role advertised above, completing and submitting the online application form. You will need to outline your industry experience and list the qualifications you would like to quality assure as an EQA.
You will be required to complete a short online activity if successful at the first stage of the application process. You will also be invited to attend an introductory training session at City & Guilds, of which we will inform you of our structure, policy & procedures and regulatory requirements.