Are you looking for a new challenge within the education sector? We have an exciting opportunity for an Examinations Manager to join our College Information Systems team, leading on the management and administration of all examinations and assessments. If you’re passionate about improving the quality of further education, we would love to hear from you…
As the Examinations Manager, you will take a proactive lead in the quality assurance and operational management of The College’s examinations and assessments function, ensuring processes and practices adhere to internal standards and external requirements. You will be responsible for updating policies and practices, continuously reviewing and updating examination systems to ensure the highest service is provided to our students and curriculum staff.
You will lead on the use of our software systems, ensuring systems and process are efficient and effective, whilst providing training to academic and support staff on the use of all college exam systems.
Managing a team of exam officers & invigilators, you will provide information and guidance of the highest quality, delivering an outstanding examinations service which meets and exceeds quality standards and service level agreements. Working closely colleagues, you will ensure that all qualification, examination and achievement data is accurate and evidence is available to meet all audit requirements.
With a proven track record of success in an FE environment coupled with excellent understanding of Awarding Body and JCQ regulations, you will have the outstanding analytical and problem solving skills required to ensure service provision. You will demonstrate an outstanding track record of working within exams evidenced by successful outcomes and achievements.
In addition you will have:
- Significant experience of working in an Exams office with a wide variety of qualification types
- Excellent IT skills
- Detailed knowledge of examination regulations
- High level communication skills
- Demonstrable experience of supervising or managing a team
- A relevant professional qualification is desirable
Your commitment to the values of our College - Excellence, Ambition, Focus, Accountability, Inclusion and Integrity – will be evident in everything you do.
Hours: 36 Hours
Salary Scale: P03 £37.562 – 38,585 per annum
Interview Date: 24 August 2017
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