Moderators for Preparation for Adult Life Levels 1 and 2 (QCF)

This position is on a contract-for-services basis

Closing Date: There is no closing date for applications.

CCEA invites applications for the following contract for services post:

Moderators for Preparation for Adult Life Levels 1 and 2 (QCF)

CCEA wishes to appoint teams of Moderators to be responsible for the above qualification.

Applications are invited from recognised post primary teachers with relevant experience of teaching Preparation for Adult Life Levels 1 and 2 (QCF), Learning for Life and Work at Key Stage 4 or QCF qualifications.

Essential

To apply, you must:

  • be a fully qualified teacher with at least one years' teaching experience of Preparation for Adult Life (QCF)
  • have a broad understanding of assessment methodology, including portfolio development and internal standardisation
  • have the ability to work well under pressure
  • have the ability to meet deadlines
  • be competent in the use of ICT
  • be eligible to work in the UK
  • meet enhanced criteria which may apply

Desirable

Ideally, you will:

  • currently teach one of the CCEA specifications, or have a broad knowledge of the vocational area
  • have moderating experience

The contract is for one year to be reviewed on an annual basis. In addition to working in own time approximately 10 days per year are required for twilight or weekend training.

Due to the volume of applications continually received, we are unable to provide candidates with individual feedback following shortlisting or interview. Candidates will however be advised of the overall outcome of each stage of the selection process.

CCEA reserves the right to make appointments on the basis of the information supplied i.e.: application forms and references. The criteria for these contracts for services posts may be enhanced at the shortlisting stage. If an interview is deemed necessary, the Council will interview only those candidates who appear, on the basis of their qualifications and experience, to be the most suitable for appointment.

Note: For further information and to apply, read more on Examiners & Moderators recruitment.