Vacancies

The Energy & Utility Skills Group is currently recruiting for the following roles. Please find the full job description below:

Quality Manager

Reporting to Jacqueline Hall, you will be responsible for the quality assurance of the EUIAS with specific responsibility for external and internal quality assurance, self-assessment and continuous quality improvement. In this new and varied role, you will manage the team of Chief Examiners responsible for each niche specialist sector to ensure reliable and valid end-point assessment which is consistent and comparable and which exceeds the regulatory requirements.

To be successful in this role, you will be a strong leader with demonstrable experience in quality assurance of either qualifications and/or end-point assessment. Experience of the energy and utilities or adjacent sectors would be helpful to understand the safety critical context of this work.

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If you wish to apply, please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to Louise Parry, Head of HR. 

 

Product Lead (Training & Learning Provision)

The Product Lead will support the Product Manager in the continuous improvement of the EUS product and services portfolio – taking ownership of an assigned portfolio of products and services. The role will establish and work with industry groups, and other internal colleagues, in the design, development, review, on-going monitoring and maintenance and refresh of EUS products and services. An important aspect of this role is to ensure that milestones and deadlines are met through pro-active project management of developments, including those of third party Associates, for whom they will also act as a single point of contact. This role also includes all administrative tasks and duties associated with product and service development including associated materials.

You will have experience in product development, ideally within an awarding organisation or training provider, developing regulated and/or non-regulated training or qualifications and be experienced at developing and managing complex projects. As this role is client facing, you will be able to demonstrate a high standard of interpersonal and communication skills with a track record of working with a range of clients and stakeholders.

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If you wish to apply for this role, please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to Laura Gilbert, HR Advisor.

 

Quality Assurance Lead

Our Quality Framework consists of a Provider Approval process and a Product Approval process, and set audits that we have as part of our processes. These services will look to assure the quality holistically, at both an organisational and  training programme level; providing a mechanism for employers and training providers to use to verify the quality of in-house delivering as well as a tool for procurement of either internal and external training provision. The process adheres to the ISO9001 certified practices.

It is our aim to drive the quality of competence training and assessment within the gas, power, waste management and water industries up by ensuring complete alignment with learner, employer and industry expectations.

Through our Affiliate Community of Practice we aim to drive continuous improvement, bringing likeminded people from our community to facilitate, present, discuss and debate the latest thinking in learning and assessment. Our Consultancy packages for the events help employers who have quality at the heart of everything they do, achieve their goals in an efficient, effective and supported way and, of course, every learner who has completed our approved product is registered and certificated on the established industry skills platform, the Energy & Utility Skills Register (EUSR); providing records and verification of competency which are readily available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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If you wish to apply for this role, please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to Laura Gilbert, HR Advisor.

 

Associate Role - Independent Technical Expert (ITE) for Dual Fuel Smart Meter Installer Level 2 End-point Assessment

This invitation is specifically for Technical Experts to undertake end-point assessment activities in respect of the Dual Fuel Smart Meter Installer (Electricity and Gas).

The Energy & Utilities Skills Independent Assessment Service (EUIAS) is approved on the Register of Apprentice End-Point Assessment Organisations (RoEPAAO) to deliver end-point assessment for apprenticeships for a range of standards within a safety critical sector. The EUIAS was the first assessment organisation to have achievements in England in 2016. We are a pioneering, innovative and specialist organisation with a commitment to high quality end-point assessment which meets the needs of employers.

About the role

Reporting to the Assessment Manager, you will be responsible for the delivery of end-point assessment, as per the individual assessment plan requirements. Your role is to ensure fair and objective end-point assessment which is reliable and valid within a safety critical sector. You will also have responsibility for standardisation of preliminary grade outcomes and on some occasions the award and/or moderation of final grade decisions.

About you

You will have specific technical qualifications, skills and experience as outlined in the specific EPA background information document. This role may be complementary to an existing substantive position with the permission of your current employer or within a wider portfolio of independent activities.

Application Documents

Full job description

ITE Duel Fuel Smart Meter Installer Level 2 Background information for applicants.

ITE Duel Fuel Smart Meter Installer Level 2 application form.

If you wish to apply for the role, please send the completed application form outlining your suitability for the associate role to enquiries@euias.co.uk

 

Assessment Manager

Reporting to Jacqueline Hall, you will be responsible for the assessment strategy for the EUIAS with specific responsibility for the design development and refresh of end-point assessment tools.  You will also be responsible for the delivery of high quality end-point assessment within a safety critical sector and ensure compliance with current apprenticeship policy and the interpretation of each individual published assessment plan.

In this role, you will also have the opportunity to lead on the recruitment and management of the bank of independent technical experts/assessors for each niche specialist sector including approval, risk rating and performance monitoring to ensure end-point assessment remains reliable, valid consistent and comparable over time.

As a strong people leader, you will have demonstrable experience in technical and vocational assessment including apprenticeships and/or end-point assessment, experience of the energy and utilities or adjacent sectors would be helpful to understand the safety critical context of this work.

Click here to view or download a copy of the full job description. 

If you wish to apply for this role, please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to Louise Parry, Head of HR.