|£30,950 to £34,027 per annum (for exceptional performers, there is scope for further progression up to £39,131 per annum)
|6th December 2023
|7th January 2024
Location: Markeaton Street, Derby, DE22 3AW
Advert Closes: Sunday 07 January 2024
The University of Derby has been at the forefront of vocational and work-based learning for over 10 years delivering industry responsive courses and higher-level skills to local and national businesses and their employees. Building on this success and in light of the creation of new higher and degree Apprenticeship Standards the University has developed and introduced a number of new and degree higher Apprenticeships across a range of sectors. The latest addition is our Aerospace Software Development Engineer Degree Apprenticeship, designed and delivered with Rolls-Royce Aerospace, and recruiting an open cohort from other aerospace software companies launching this autumn.
As Apprenticeship Workplace Reviewer, you will work with the programme team to lead on facilitating reviews between apprentices, employers and liaising with relevant academic staff. Your engagement with employers and their apprentices is foremost to ensuring our existing and future apprenticeship programmes provide an excellent learning experience, meeting employers and apprentice expectations, in line with the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE) and Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) governance requirements for apprenticeship provision.
You will work collaboratively with both academic staff and apprenticeship account managers to ensure systems and process are adhered to and that both quality and compliance is maintained to the highest standard in line with service level agreements. You will organise visits with external clients, apprentices and internal staff to ensure the implementation of quality reviews and assessment of evidence for audit using an e-portfolio. You will act as a personal professional academic tutor for learners and will need to engage actively on working with employers to support learners who have disclosed a need for additional support.
Become part of shaping the next generation of critical systems software engineers with a focus on aerospace software, but with a skillset that has applicability in many other sectors including the automotive and medical devices sectors.
For further information and informal enquiries regarding the role, please contact Professor Stephan Reiff-Marganiec, Head of School of Computing - email@example.com
For enquiries regarding your application and for sponsorship eligibility, please contact the recruitment team via firstname.lastname@example.org
This role is a full-time position of 37 hours a week, however we would welcome applications from candidates who wish to be considered for a job share. The role is required on a full-time basis therefore a job share could only be offered should a suitable arrangement be available with the days and/or hours of work to be agreed on appointment. Please indicate in your application your preference of days and/or hours you would be available to work.
Please note that unfortunately, this role will not attract sufficient points to obtain a sponsored Skilled Worker visa under the UK Visas & Immigration points-based immigration system; however, applications are welcome from candidates who do not currently have the right to work in the UK, but who would be eligible to obtain a valid visa via another route. Please consult the Home office website for further information.
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