End Point Assessor (Funeral Services)

Employer
Undisclosed Company
Location
Leeds, West Yorkshire
Salary
£18000 - £19000 per annum + Mileage
Closing date
25 Aug 2022

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Sector
Apprenticeships, Education
Job Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-time

End Point Assessor (Funeral Services)
Hybrid, Covering North of England
£18,044 (Pro-Rata) + Mileage
Part Time / Permanent (23 Hours per week)
Role ID: SF45252
Be part of progress

At Babcock we're working to create a safe and secure world, together, and if you join us, you can play your part as an End Point Assessor covering apprentices across the north of England.

As an international defence company, we support and enhance our customers' defence and security capabilities and critical assets, meeting their requirements of value for money, increased availability, modernisation and flexibility

The role
As an end point assessor within funeral services, you'll have a role that's out of the ordinary. You'll work as part of the Co-Op funeral care contract and ensure apprentices are set up and ready for their of final assessments.

Day to day, you'll carry out EPA activities including assessing, gathering evidence, document findings and grading of apprentices against their apprenticeship standard and assessment plan.
You will manage your own diary effectively to ensure each learner is cared for in the correct manner.

At Babcock, we have a history of helping talent go far. With our track record of innovation, you'll continually develop your knowledge and expertise.

We offer flexible working to give people more options to better integrate their work and personal life, whilst ensuring that business needs are met. This role is home based with travel across the north of England to visit learners.

Essential experience
* Demonstrable experience in the funeral sector
* Self motivated and well organised
* UK Driving licence and access to own vehicle
* CAVA qualification is desirable but not necessary
* Previous experience as an assessor desirable but not necessary
* Must hold or be able to obtain enhanced DBS security clearance

What we offer
* Generous holiday allowance of 25 days plus 8 bank holidays (Pro-Rata)
* Reservist in the armed forces receive 10 days special paid leave
* Matched contribution pension scheme up to 8% of salary, with life assurance
* Working from home and flexible work patterns
* Employee assistance programme supporting physical, mental and financial wellbeing
* Flexible benefits, including cycle to work scheme, discounts and our Share Ownership Scheme
* Autonomy. Trusted and empowered to be at your best

Babcock International
For over 130 years, we have helped to defend nations, protect communities and build a better world. To continue, we must adapt, advance and be a sustainable business with a shared goal. Change begins with our people and our shared Principles: be curious; be courageous; own and deliver; think: outcomes; collaborate; and be kind. These values not only guide the way we work, but also our efforts to reach net-zero carbon. Yes, our ambitions are big, but together, we can achieve them.

Armed Forces Covenant
We are proud to support the Armed Forces community by honouring the Armed Forces Covenant. If you are a reservist in the armed forces, we provide up to ten days special paid leave in support of your training commitments.

Application Guidance
All applications should be made online. If you have a disability or need any reasonable adjustments during the application and selection stages, please let us know. We're committed to building an inclusive culture where everyone's free to thrive. We are happy to talk about flexible working - please ask about alternative patterns of work at interview.

* We believe the position you are applying for is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and as such, should you be invited to interview you will be required to declare all unspent convictions and conditional cautions, and all spent convictions and adult cautions (simple or conditional) that are not 'protected' (i.e. that are not filtered out) as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2020); and
* The position you are applying for may involve engaging in regulated activity with children and/or vulnerable adults and it is a criminal offence to apply for this role if you are barred from working with children and/or vulnerable adults. Given the nature of the role, employment is conditional upon a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check which will include a children's and/or adults' barred list check, and you will be required to provide the necessary identification documents at interview to enable the DBS check to be completed before you commence employment. These identification documents may be different to those required to confirm your right to work in the UK.

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