Apprenticeships IT Assessor
Apprenticeships IT Assessor - Software Development level 4
Everyone deserves a job they love. Makers retrains people as software developers and helps them find that job.
You deserve a job you love. We've got one for you.
You want to be more than just an assessor or apprenticeships trainer: you want to help people build fantastic careers at an unbelievable rate, which will help them and the people they work with change their lives for the better.
As an Apprenticeships IT Assessor you'll be responsible for empowering our software engineers to learn and improve their technical skills, and to put forward the best evidence of their progress. With your technical focus and Assessor qualification (D32/D33, A1, TAQA or CAVA), you'll review evidence submissions and respond in a way that help developers advance their understanding. Your background in the IT sector will provide valuable insights, and learners will trust you to be able to read and have a broad understanding of the code that they produce. You will help them grow into their role, coaching them to work better with clients, or even help them take on leadership roles in their teams.
You'll have the freedom to act in a way that you believe is right for the company. You'll have a genuine say in the way the business is run, and the environment in which you work. You'll be encouraged to identify problems and solve them; and to seek out new opportunities and pursue them. In short, you'll have a voice that will be heard and valued.
This is a contract position until November 2019, working directly with the Head of Coaching to support our first apprentices approaching gateway.
What you'll be doing
You will be the main point of contact for our learners, empowering them to solve their own problems, and helping to remove anything that may hinder their progress. You will be responsible for setting up regular meetings with each of them in their workplaces in and around London.
You won't just help developers navigate challenges, but also be their guide in charting a course through the immense learning opportunities of their early careers — making sure no opportunity goes unexplored, and ensuring they end their placement year competent and accomplished.
Imagine the mentor you wish you had at the start of your career — that's your role.
What success looks like
- A successful IT Assessor will have a great rapport with all the learners under their care.
- You will have in-depth knowledge of each learner's pathway through the course.
- Learners will feel like they are supported and empowered to follow their own path to success.
- You will also have a trusted relationship with our learners' employers, helping them to identify areas where they can make changes to better support the growth of our learners.
- As a culmination of all these things, your success will be shown in a high number of distinctions and an outstanding Ofsted assessment.
- Working in a company that's built on trust over fear with a core mission to transform lives;
- Growing as a person, by learning transparency, vulnerability, the growth mindset, emotional intelligence, perhaps some hard truths about yourself, and how to give and receive feedback honestly and productively;
- Able to join yoga and meditation;
- Discounts on classes & treatments at Triyoga Shoreditch;
- Being surrounded by a diverse group of bright, motivated people, who all really care about doing the very best they can for our students, for our hiring partners and for each others.
Makers is Europe's first and leading ‘coding bootcamp' - where career-changers retrain as software developers. Founded in 2013, we've helped more than 1,500 people begin a new career in software, building long-term relationships with tech employers big and small. Since last year we have also been offering Software Development Apprenticeships (Level 4).
We're pretty good at what we do, according to our clients (both and industry the and the government. We can only get better by working with you.
Posted 15 days ago