Plumbing Training Officer/NVQ3 Assessor
As a qualified plumber, you know what it takes to complete work to exceptional standards of safety and quality. You have the right technical abilities. You are up to date with the most recent technology. And just as importantly, you combine real attention to detail with the ability to think logically and solve complex problems on your feet.
So who better than you to help us train and develop the next generation of plumbers?
We serve approximately 6,500 apprentices and 3,000 employers in 7 regions across England and Wales. All of our funding is reinvested in apprenticeship training.
With an Advanced Craft Certificate in Plumbing (or equivalent), D32 and D33 or A1 Units, TAQA qualifications or equivalent; you must have verifiable relevant industry experience and current knowledge of industry working practices and techniques relevant in a building services engineering environment.
Knowledge or involvement in Government training schemes and National Vocational Qualifications would be an advantage - as would a recognised Health and Safety qualification, and a current ACS certificate (non-domestic).
Although based from home, you will need to live in the Midlands area and be willing to travel regularly so a full driving licence and use of a car is essential.
In addition to the salary, there is an excellent benefits package that includes training and development, an occupational pension scheme, 25 days annual leave and BUPA.
A DBS Disclosure will be required.
We welcome applicants from all sections of the community. JTL is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all its employees to share this commitment.
Advanced Craft Certificate in Plumbing, Plumbing NVQ 3.
Driving licence and use of a car as regular travel is required.
Please note: we cannot accept CVs. Strictly no agencies please.