E-Learning Assessor – Beaconsfield

(Grade 6/SO1 – £21,533 - £24,744 per annum including London Weighting Allowance (FTE £27,258 - £31,322))
Location: New Malden, KT3 Hours: 36 hours per week, Term Time only

Closing Date: 20/07/2020

Job Description

E-learning Assessor – Job Description

Person Specification

You will need an advanced level of ICT literacy, including the ability to develop software modules, experience of working with adults with complex, profound and multiple learning difficulties and disabilities and the ability to develop and deliver training sessions and materials at an appropriate level for staff, students and parents/carers.

E-Learning Assessor – Person Specification

Further Information

Orchard Hill College is a specialist College committed to offering social and vocational opportunities for students in the heart of their communities. We pride ourselves on building bright futures and changing the lives of our students. Our programmes are designed for students over the age of 16 with a range of special needs. We were graded by Ofsted as Outstanding in December 2013 and maintained this grade in November 2019. If you would like to join a College with a “can-do” attitude, where all students’ contributions and talents are recognised and celebrated, please get in touch.

We can offer:

Line management and a supportive team

Continuing professional development

Perkbox benefits package offering numerous discounts across stores, gyms, supermarket discounts, as well as supporting staff with their financial, physical and emotional well-being

Local Government Pension

Even though the position is based in KT3, the post holder will need to work flexibly across all Orchard Hill College centres.

You are welcome to visit the College prior to making an application for employment, if you wish.

Application Guidance

To apply for this role please send your completed application form to

Please note that CV applications will not be considered.

Closing date: 11am on Monday 20th July 2020

Interview date: w/c 20th July 2020

This college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

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