BCS Digital Apprenticeship End-Point Assessment
Associate assessors required.
BCS is a leading digital end-point assessment organisation approved by government to undertake an independent assessment of digital apprentices at the end of their training, ensuring they have met the required standard of knowledge, skills and behaviours.
BCS is looking for digital professionals with current work experience, to join our expanding network of specialist assessors for the following apprenticeships:
- Software Tester
- Software Development Technician
- Software Developer
- DevOps Engineer
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) Data Specialist
- Data Technician
- Digital Support Technician
- Information Communications Technician
- IT Solutions Technician
- Network Engineer
- Application Support Lead
- Data Analyst
- Business Analyst
- Digital Marketer
You must be able to demonstrate relevant occupational competence for your area of specialism and understand the scope of the apprenticeship standard – you can find them above or on the Institute for Apprenticeships website.
BCS will provide full training on the assessment process and comprehensive support throughout. The role is financially rewarding and, by supporting those developing their careers and the next generation of digital professionals, it is also extremely fulfilling.
As an assessor, you will be required to use your up-to-date subject matter expertise to review the content and quality of an apprentice’s work; use your professional judgement to grade them; and provide constructive feedback to support their development.
The role is flexible and remote and can fit around your existing work schedule and commitments. Interviews are conducted Monday to Friday during the UK normal working day hours.
If you are interested in exploring this exciting opportunity with BCS, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with an up-to-date CV and a covering letter. Please confirm the standard you wish to assess and detail the following:
- Work experience and history
- Current up to date qualifications (these will be required and must be relevant to the discipline you are applying for)
- Your depth of skill and technological experience
Your CV will be assessed internally and if successful, you will be invited to a selection workshop where you will find out more about the role and the requirements of working as an assessor within BCS.
The next assessment sessions are due to take place on:
- 26/27 April 2023
- 16/17 May 2023
- 24/25 May 2023
- 27/28 June 2023
If you are successful having attended the two-day assessment and selection event, we will carry out a DBS check and invite you to the next stage of the process, when we will on-board you as a an assessor.