Retail / Customer Service NVQ Assessor - Merseysid - Additional Resources Ltd
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|Salary band:||£15k - £20k|
|Salary Details:||18000-20000 Per Annum|
|Company:||Additional Resources Ltd|
|Job Categories:||HR Training Jobs|
Are you a Retail / Customer Service NVQ Assessor looking to join a training company that can offer one of the best packages in the industry?
Are you from a Retail OR Customer Service background and keen to move into a Assessors role?
This well renowned training company is looking to recruit a Retail / Customer Service NVQ Assessor to assist the already successful team in coping with an ever increasing demand of learners. This will include delivery of the apprenticeships and train to gain programmes.
In return you can expect one of the best packages in the industry and to receive ongoing support as well as training and development to ensure you maintain the company's high standards.
1) Working from home
2) Assessing learners onsite or remotely
Candidate skills / qualifications
1) To come from in either one of the following backgrounds:
2) Ideally to hold D32/D33 qualification or the A1 Assessors Award but not essential
Candidates suitable for this position can live anywhere in the following areas -
Additional Resources Ltd is an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003