Qualification Development Team Leader

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  • From £40000 per annum
  • Doncaster, South Yorkshire
  • Permanent
  1. Are you ready to take the lead in shaping the future of educational assessments and qualifications with one of the UK's top awarding organisations? 
  2. Do you have significant years of experience in the awarding sector and a passion for developing high-quality educational materials? 


TPP are partnered with one of the top five awarding organisations in the UK that is looking for someone to join them as a Qualification Development Team Leader and shape the future of qualifications and assessments.


Benefits Package - Qualification Development Team Leader

Salary: circa £40,000, depending on experience

Employment type: Permanent, full time - 40 hours per week

Working arrangements: Hybrid - minimum of two days per week in the South Yorkshire office.

Personal Development: Career training and continuous learning opportunities.


About the Organisation - Qualification Development Team Leader

This awarding organisation is committed to empowering people through education, with a mission to develop assessments and qualifications that truly measure competence and potential. The team is passionate, team-oriented, and values integrity in every endeavour.


About the Role - Qualification Development Team Leader

As a Qualification Development Team Leader, under the direct supervision of the Head of Qualification Development, you will play a crucial role in overseeing and guiding the Qualification Development team. This position focuses on ensuring the creation and maintenance of high-quality, effective, and compliant qualifications and assessment materials, aligning with the organisation's goals and meeting regulatory standards.


Key Responsibilities - Qualification Development Team Leader

  • Collaborate with various teams and key external partners to uphold regulatory standards, aiming for industry recognition.
  • Lead and assist the team in developing compliant and relevant qualifications and assessment tools.
  • Oversee risk management and conflict of interest in assessment design and development.
  • Independently organise and manage team workload to meet business goals efficiently.
  • Perform management responsibilities, including team performance, HR issues, and workload during staff absences.
  • Identify and address team training requirements, offering mentorship and support.
  • Assist in managing strategic objectives alongside senior management.
  • Initiate and implement enhancements in team processes and instructions.
  • Establish and oversee quality control procedures.
  • Develop and maintain compliant and up-to-date educational and assessment materials, collaborating with external experts.


Skills / Experience Required - Qualification Development Team Leader

  • Demonstrable knowledge and expertise in vocational education and assessment methodologies.
  • Over five years of experience in the UK awarding sector.
  • Strong skills in managing time, people, and resources, with a keen eye for detail.
  • Experience leading projects and teams, fostering a collaborative and motivating environment.


To Apply

  • Does this sound like your kind of role? Don't miss out; apply now with your CV only (no covering letter required) to start making a meaningful difference in the education sector.
  • For a confidential discussion about this role, please get in touch.


Interview Process

  • The interview process will be a multi-stage procedure designed to evaluate your skills, compatibility with the team, and your passion for education and assessments.


Deadline for Applications

  • 27th January 2024

We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.

Rachel Ridout Senior Consultant

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