POST TITLE: SPEAKING AND LISTENING ASSESSOR CAMBRIDGE IGCSE ENGLISH
TO RECORD, MARK AND UNDERTAKE SPEAKING AND LISTENING
ASSESSMENTS FOR CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL GCSE ENGLISH
1. To complete the required training
2. To supervise and mark assessments on a one to one basis
3. To record and moderate speaking and listening assessment
4. To facilitate the assessment and enable students to fulfil their full potential
5. Ensure a safe working environment in accordance with legal requirements, College regulations, policies and guidelines
6. Undertake such other duties as may be required from time to time by the College that are within the level and responsibility appropriate to the grade of the post.
1. To be discussed at interview.
1. The College expects that you will work to the highest professional standards and undertake your responsibilities to the best of your ability, setting an example to the staff that you lead and that you will encourage them to work as a professional team.
2. You will be responsible for protecting staff and learners from all preventable harm as per College
3. You should be courteous in your dealings with colleagues, students and visitors to the College.
4. You will exhibit a positive drive in your desire and efforts to provide learning that will support the
College’s learning strategies at a level acknowledged as being at the highest level within the further education sector.
5. As an Assessor in the College you will act with integrity and probity.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Canterbury College scheme of conditions of service
25 hours per week. Fixed term contract for 6 weeks
Salary range £23,103
– £25,454 pro rata per annum
Occasional evening and weekend work will be necessary.
Canterbury College is an equal opportunities employer.
SPEAKING AND LISTENING ASSESSOR CAMBRIDGE IGCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ALL STAFF ARE EXPECTED TO UNDERTAKE CPD
Means of assessment
Skills and ability
Effective written and oral communication
Effective organizational skills and ability to work to deadline
Effective teamwork skills
Ability to motivate, encourage and support students
Familiarity with the use of I.T. Essential
Interest in and understanding of student-centred learning
Ability to contribute to curriculum development
Actively contribute to the College’s Safeguarding practice, procedures, culture and ethos
Experience of instructing employees/trainees Desirable
Working knowledge of the requirements of
Experiences of Speaking & Listening
Assessments or Coursework
Please outline your areas of specialist knowledge under the ‘Experience’ section on the application form.
Degree or appropriate professional /vocational qualification
Teaching Qualification (or willing to work towards)
I.T. Level 2 (or willing to work towards)
Maths Level 2 (e.g. equivalent to GCSE grade C or above)
English Level 2 (e.g. equivalent to GCSE grade
C or above)