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Posted on 27/07/2020 in Assessor Jobs by National Skills Agency

Care Management Assessor

NSA Cornwall, UK
Care Management Assessor
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My client, a respected and forward thinking specialist Care Training Provider are seeking an experienced and dynamic Care Management Assessor / Trainer.

Salary £22-24k

The successful Care Management Assessor/Trainer will be required to deliver up to Health and Social care management Level 5, Operational Management Level 5, customer services and business administration skills and practical training and assessment within employer responsive provision in a variety of health and social care environments, to enable candidates to successfully achieve their qualification.


  • To attend relevant employer and sector groups to raise the profile of the provision.
  • To recruit appropriate candidates for Employer Responsive Training e.g. Apprenticeships in the workplace.
  • To follow recruitment procedures for candidates and ensure that initial assessment is carried out.
  • To carry out Health and Safety audits in the workplace and monitor candidates’ health and safety.
  • To ensure the Individual Learning Plan (ILP) is completed, updated and maintained for all candidates in liaison with curriculum staff and employers.
  • To complete Skills Funding Agency (SFA) documentation for learners and employers on start of training.
  • To adhere to entry criteria and recruitment procedures for learners and ensure that the results of the learner’s initial assessment informs individual learner target setting and is agreed with the employer.
  • To ensure that accurate and effective IAG is provided at all stages of learner support and delivery.
  • Direct the delivery of training. Ensure timely completion of qualifications, develop portfolios and support the embedding of Functional Skills.
  • To act as advocate in resolving problems between learners, employers and parents as appropriate and keep employers updated on learner progress.
  • To carry out regular learner reviews as required and update learner files to reflect achievements, including the updating of tracking sheets. Through the review process, set and monitor training targets that effectively link on and off the job training.
  • To develop training materials which will enable the candidate to generate evidence against QCF requirements.
  • To maintain occupational competence regularly update CPD records.
  • To carry out assessments of candidates in the work place in accordance with Awarding Body requirements
  • To ensure the quality of the assessment process by working with Internal Verifiers and attending regular standardisation meetings.
  • To keep accurate records of learner progress and achievement, which are regularly shared with the relevant employer.
  • To keep accurate records of learner attendance which are regularly shared with the relevant employer.
  • To carry out reviews of candidate’s progress and achievement within an agreed timescale which are regularly shared with the relevant employer.
  • To attend internal team and other meetings as required.
  • To participate in the course review and evaluation process.


This job description is a guide to the work that you will initially be required to undertake. It may change from time to time, in consultation with you, to meet changing circumstances. It does not form part of your contract of employment.



  • Occupationally competent within health and social care management and recognised care management qualification

· Management qualification at Level 5 or above

  • Assessor qualification


  • Degree within your occupational specialism eg nursing, social work, registered manager
  • Verifiers – IQA qualified or equivalent with at least 1 year’s experience
  • Teachers – PTELs qualified or equivalent



  • Up to date knowledge within your occupational specialism
  • Update knowledge of the Apprenticeship Standards and End Point Assessment.
  • Good ICT skills
  • Good understanding of awarding body requirements


  • Understanding of functional skills
  • A good understanding of ofsted & SFA requirements



  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including active listening skills; able to communicate with a diverse range of people and organisations; able to build strong working relationships with other organisations.
  • Team worker.
  • Holistic approach.
  • Highly organised, able to prioritise workload.
  • Strong written communication skills
  • Effective time management skills.
  • Good understanding of safeguarding


  • Ability to recruit learners and have good employer engagement skills
  • Teachers – ability to develop schemes of work and lesson plans



  • Positive, sensitive and compassionate.
  • Commitment to implementing the values of equal opportunities and diversity.
  • Ability to work as part of a team.
  • Ability to plan and prioritise own workload and to work independently.
  • Resilient, flexible, adaptable.
  • Able to use own initiative.
  • Driver with use of a car
  • Happy to have a DBS undertaken
  • Willingness to learn and attend relevant training programmes that are deemed necessary for your role

There is scope for this role to be full time or 2x part time roles (minimum of 8 hours)

Please contact Jen Lawton at 0203 953 1984

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