Internal Quality Assurer

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Internal Quality Assurer

  • Location:

    Norwich

  • Sector:

    Training & Coaching

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £26000 - £32000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Adam Spoors

  • Contact email:

    adam@newworldrecruitment.uk

  • Job ref:

    32187_1631196616

  • Published:

    19 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-10-09

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

  • Client:

    ClientDrop

I'm recruiting for two Apprenticeship IQA's to join a team and a business that are continuing to grow.

The business specialise in delivering Apprenticeships to the Financial Services & insurance markets - but don't worry! You don't need to have experience of this specialism, you will be given support to come up to speed with the standards.

The provider have done very well over the past 2 years, specifically in the last year. They've doubled in size, are winning new contracts, and increasing their client portfolio.
With a training team of circa 15, we need two IQA's to come in and support them. The roles are both to purely support quality and improvement of the Trainers and Coaches. You don't need to manage the awarding body relationships, as frankly, there isn't an awarding body for the standards delivered. So it is ensuring quality, procedures, and maintain that the learners are ready for gateway by the time they come to it.

As it's remote delivery, the role is also remote. It would be ideal if you were within distance to Norwich for the odd visit (few times a month) but you will have the autonomy to work remotely and support the trainers both online and in person.

Despite the remote nature, the business has worked very hard to build an inclusive team environment, and collaboration is high within this business. So you will never be alone in that respect, and will have full support available.

I've worked with them for little over a year, and their retention, their care towards employees is great to see.

So, fancy something a little different, with a unique learner demographic in the corporate world of finance? Then I want to be hearing from you