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Health and Social Care Assessor in Derby at Agincare

Date Posted: 3/6/2020

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Job Description

Job Title: Health and Social Care Assessor

Reference Number: 008811

Area: Derby / Region: Derbyshire

Basic Salary: £22,000-£24,000

Bonus: Excellent remuneration package                                      

Job Description

We have a rare and exciting opportunity to join a rapidly growing training company, if your passionate about helping people reach their potential by supporting apprentices on apprenticeship standards, delivering short courses and bespoke training packages we would love to hear from you.

Location: East Midlands

Salary: £22,000 - £24,000

Hours: Full time

What we offer our Health and Social Care Assessor :

  • National Health Discount Scheme (up to 60% off high street names)
  • Blue Light discount package (superb discounts on travel, leisure, entertainment and more)
  • EAP – Employee Assistance Program (offering support for employees and their families) 
  • Internal competitions to wins prizes such as vouchers, holidays, extra annual leave
  • 15% off car hire when booking with Hertz worldwide
  • Long service bonus
  • Excellent career progression
  • Have a voice to share your ideas to improve and develop the service

Role Responsibility of a Health and Social Care Assessor

The Health and Social Care Assessor will be responsible for creating an individualised, unique learner journey for a caseload/cohort of apprentices, recognising and tailoring the delivery to match their identified needs and requirements.

It is the responsibility of the Health and Social Care Assessor to manage their caseload, diary and deliver cohort training to our employers.

The purpose of the role is to help to develop a skilled, capable and confident workforce to deliver a quality service for all clients via engaging training programmes which inspire learners.

Job Requirements


The successful candidate will be

  • Organised
  • Structured
  • Ability to manage their workload effectively
  • Able to work on their own initiative
  • Have previous experience in training delivery
  • Have access to their own vehicle and a clean driving licence
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
  • Can demonstrate integrity
  • Be trustworthy
  • Be a role model to learners.

You will possess a high level of written and spoken English, a professional demeanour, PTLLS L3 and an in date Manual Handling qualification.

It is desirable, though not essential, that you have A1/CAVA L3 Award in Assessing Candidates, TTT and/or other relevant professional qualifications.