The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport are recruiting for a new role, Head of Assessment, to develop and maintain an outstanding portfolio of relevant and accessible assessments due to their exponential growth in professional qualifications and investment in assessment methodology.
The Head of Assessment is an exciting new role, managing a small team to develop and maintain an outstanding portfolio of relevant and accessible assessments for professional qualifications to test competency appropriately across the UK and globally to support professionalism across Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport.
You will have responsibility for managing the design and coordination of innovative and high-quality assessments, which secure an appropriate balance between validity, comparability and reliability in order to meet the requirements of the Department for Education, Ofqual, CCEA and Qualifications Wales, and to meet the needs of students, universities, and employers across the profession.
Following the fast-tracked launch of their revised professional competence qualification CILT UK Awarding Organisation have grown from 40 to over 100 Learning Partners within a year and are involved in supporting governments and the Department for Transport in professionalising the profession.
This is an exciting time to join the CILT UK as Head of Assessment as their growth continues, you will have the opportunity to grow and develop the role to reach untapped potential and be involved in the new technological investments they are currently making to their assessment methodology.
As Head of Assessment, you will be confident in the processes of assessment development to identify and develop appropriate assessment methodologies and assessment support materials, particularly e-enabled products and systems where appropriate.
You will manage the relevant processes and procedures to ensure consistency of assessment practice year on year, in and across the awarding organisation, learning partners and examiners, including standardisation.
You will also have experience in quality standards and policy to ensure that internal and external procedures are followed, and systems are kept up to date, appropriate and accurate.
The Head of Assessment will be responsible for leading a team as well as assessment specialists, and other external suppliers working on the production of assessment content and supporting activities, you will therefore need to motivate and lead effectively, setting the direction of one or more function and promoting collaboration across formal boundaries; and communicate in a compelling and influential way adapting the style and message to a diverse internal or external audience in an inclusive and accessible way.
This is an exciting opportunity for an assessment specialist looking to grow a team and key function of CILT UK, using your project management skills to lead the improvement of the student or customer experience and promote an inclusive environment for students, colleagues and customers.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) is the chartered body for professionals involved in the movement of goods and people and their associated supply chains.
We bring together the five distinct communities of Logistics & Freight Movement, People Mobility, Planning in Transport, Operations and Supply Chain Management and Sustainability & the Global Community and provide specialist activities and multi-sector engagement through their associated forums and policy groups.
First established in 1919, The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK is a registered charity and part of the CILT UK international family with over 33,000 members in countries across the world.
Our mission is to promote Logistics, Transport and their associated Supply Chain Operations to society as a whole and to ensure our members are equipped with the Knowledge, Networks and Know-How to succeed in a fast paced and changing world.
Connection: Networking and sharing of good practice and innovations with professionals from across multiple sectors and modes through regional and national events, our Young Professionals and special interest groups.
Professional voice: Representing and promoting the membership and profession through our publications and policy.
Professional Recognition: For members to be recognised as professionals by attaining and retaining membership, including chartered status.
Personal Development: Career advancement through Continuing Professional Development, education, qualifications, networking, mentoring and knowledge sharing.
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Phone: 01536 740100
Visitor Address: Earlstrees Court
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To formally apply, please submit a CV and supporting statement (maximum 2 sides of A4) that clearly outlines your suitability for the role against the criteria provided in the person specification, including your interest and motivation in applying for this position.
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We wish to encourage applications regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, age or religion or belief.
All applications will be considered solely on merit.
Disabled applicants are invited to contact us in confidence at any point during the recruitment process to discuss steps that could be taken to overcome operational difficulties presented by the job, or if any adjustments or support are required regarding the recruitment process.
Closing date: Monday 15th November 2021
Candidates informed of outcome: By 5 pm, Friday 19th November 2021
First Stage Interviews: Friday 26th November 2021
Second Stage Interviews: Friday 3rd December 2021
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