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Apprentice and Skills Development Coach (Engineering)

  • Location: Brough, East Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, HU15 1EQ
  • Salary: Up to £24.65 per hour + Umbrella per hour
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 12 days ago

  • Sector: Aerospace and Defence
  • Contact: Nick Wallwork
  • Contact Email: nick.wallwork@morson.com
  • Duration: 9 months
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 15 August 2021
  • Job Ref: 186428NW1_1626429395

£21.97 PAYE (inclusive of holiday pay) / £24.65 per hour umbrella - Inside IR35

Job Role:

This will be a remote home-based position with potential for 1 - 2 days' per week on site later down the line if restrictions ease.

As an Apprentice and Skills Development Coach (Engineering), you will be responsible for delivering

outstanding teaching, learning and assessment practices that engage and inspire apprentices to fulfil

their individual potential and develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours to successfully progress

into the business.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Coaching apprentices to reach their full potential by providing key support, mentoring, challenging and motivating throughout all aspects of their learning journey
  • Assessing and monitoring learner progress & performance in line with the apprenticeship standards and the occupational expectations of the business
  • Accurately maintaining and recording data in accordance with funding and awarding body requirements and effectively managing the progress and performance of an allocated cohort of apprentices
  • Effectively planning, supporting and monitoring apprentice placements ensuring clear objectives and alignment to the development of required skills, knowledge and behaviours
  • Taking professional pride in their role and embrace continuous professional development opportunities in support of delivering innovative and impactful teaching, learning and assessment
  • Enacting effective programme delivery that utilises a coaching and blended learning pedagogy to train, monitor, develop and assess apprentices against relevant qualification Standards in support of them attaining occupational competence
  • Effectively communicating within the business to ensure all stakeholders involved in the apprentice learner journey are clear on their roles and responsibilities and working in support of the individual learning plan
  • Providing and monitoring the effective safeguarding, SHE, welfare and support arrangements for apprentices throughout their programme

Key Skills and Attributes:

  • Skilled engineering professional with occupational competence to a minimum of NVQ 4 or equivalent, including academic qualifications
  • Degree or equivalent in a software related discipline
  • Excellent knowledge of technical skill discipline
  • Strong coaching skills
  • Highly organised and detail conscious
  • Knowledge and experience of assessment/ verification practices and awarding body requirements
  • Knowledge and understanding of Ofsted EIF requirements
  • Knowledge and understanding of awarding organisations and professional engineering institutes
  • Assessor qualification essential
  • Teaching qualification preferred