Vacancies

Examiners

WJEC is looking to recruit examiners to mark this year for Level 2 and Level 3 Children’s Care, Play, Learning and Development: Practice and Theory examinations and moderators to standardise candidates work for Level 3 CCPLD.

We require the following:

  • Examiners for Level 2 Unit 216: Understanding Children's Care, Play, Learning and Development
  • Examiners for Level 3 Unit 330 Principles and theories that influence children's care, play, learning and development in the 21st century in Wales
  • Moderators for Level 3 Unit 331 Investigating current issues in children's care, play, learning and development in Wales

If you wish to apply for the role please go to https://appointees.wjec.co.uk and click 'Apply to become an Examiner' to fill out the application form. Please ensure you add the role of Examiner or moderator for Level 2 and/or Level 3 Children’s Care, Play, Learning and Development: Practice and Theory (CCPLD)  on the 'subject area' tab and it is important to fill in all the other fields of the application.

External Quality Assurers (EQAs)

External Quality Assurers support and monitor the high quality delivery of these new Health and Social Care, and Childcare qualifications. EQAs will maintain effective working relationships with centres and City & Guilds/WJEC, planning and monitoring quality assurance in line with our qualification requirements and policies.

Benefits of becoming an EQA

  • Work flexibly around your current role 
  • Receive comprehensive training and support 
  • An opportunity to contribute to the professionalization of the sector 
  • Boost your income

EQAs will need the following skills and experience:

  • The ability to work through the medium of Welsh
  • D32,33 and 34 or A1 and V1 or TAQA Assessor and Internal Quality Assurer qualifications 
  • D35 or V2 or TAQA External Quality Assurer qualification, or prepared to work towards this  
  • Occupationally competent and current in the portfolio areas externally quality assured, in line with qualification/ assessment requirements 
  • Experience of working in a regulated environment, in line with quality assurance requirements 
  • Experience in training and development 
  • Proven experience of writing clear, accurate and concise reports and action plans 
  • Driving licence

(You will be taken to City & Guilds EQA vacancies page to process your application.)

 

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