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Business Improvement Trainer/ Assessor

Full Time
Job Sector:
Education / Teaching
South Wales
Salary description:
£22000.00 - £27000.00 per annum
Start Date:
Smart Solutions Recruitment
Job Ref:

Business Improvement Trainer/Assessor | Bridgend | NEG

Smart Solutions Bridgend are working with is a fully accredited learning and development company operating throughout England and Wales. They are accredited by several of the UK's largest and most well respected awarding bodies, including City and Guilds, Edexcel and the ILM ensuring their provision is compliant with the latest delivery requirements and standards.

Our client are seeking an experienced Business Improvement Trainer/Assessor to assess against agreed standards of competence using a range of assessment methods, giving feedback on assessment decisions and contributing to the quality assurance process.

You will need to be:

* D32/33/A1 Award Units qualified
* Occupationally competent with Recent assessing experience
* Customer orientated
* Committed to quality
* Flexible, enthusiastic and proactive
* Well organised, able to work to targets and deadlines

In return you will be receive a competitive salary, travel expenses and working with a company with a clear career path to develop. Start date is immediate.

If you are interested please hit the Apply button or contact us at Smart Solutions Recruitment Ltd.

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Company Description

Smart Solutions is a specialist recruitment agency providing temporary staff for positions across a wide range of sectors.

Working in the waste and recycling industry; Smart Solutions CEO Nathan Bowles felt that recruitment agencies did not understand the requirements of employees in the sector, and made little effort to tailor their services. Temporary workers would turn up completely unprepared for the work they had been assigned to do, which led to significant worker turnover and dissatisfaction.

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