£38435 - £42705 per annum + FTE
8 months ago
A professional association which exists to change people's lives are recruiting for a part time Lead Accreditation Moderator for 3days a week to ensure that standards for accreditation across its accreditation schemes (individual, courses, and services) are maintained and applied.
Based from home, but with monthly team meetings in Leicestershire, you will manage two contract moderators to lead on the moderation of all accredited scheme applications, including initial accreditations, renewals, and course/service changes from individual counsellors/psychotherapists, counselling course staff and counselling services.
As someone who is a qualified counsellor or psychotherapist and who has experience in delivering therapy and/or supervising case work, you will support the development of new accreditation schemes and/or CPD to ensure quality and rigour in processes as well as co-ordinate and scrutinise any responses or decision reports formulated by members of the Accreditation Team as necessary.
You will also have a thorough understanding and experience of quality assurance schemes relating to individual practitioners, organisations and training courses, as well as experience of delivering training workshops and presentations, and ideally previous experience of further/higher education teaching and quality processes or equivalent. This will allow you to plan, organise and deliver standardisation and training meetings, to include training on assessment against accreditation criteria for new assessors, and apply, maintain and review quality-assurance processes and procedures for all accreditation schemes.
Therefore if you are someone with excellent inter-personal skills and the ability to communicate at all levels, a good level of computer literacy skills and are able to work within a team and on your own initiative, organising and prioritising workloads then this could be the role for you.
For more details please send a copy of your CV to us quoting reference number J73586KP.