Interested in becoming an Apprentice? Click here to find our Apprenticeship Vacancies
We are continually looking for talented individuals to join the team. Careers with Mercia Partnership are varied and rewarding. Our reputation has been built upon the success rates achieved by our dedicated team. We offer the following benefits:
· company contributory pension scheme of 10% (after 12 months service)
· above average market reference salaries
· lieu time scheme
· a culture of reward and not ‘blame’
The training industry offers the opportunity to make a change to people’s lives. There are a variety of interesting roles within the company such as tutors, marketing, HR, finance and technical roles. We also train people in specialist roles such as health and safety, equality and safeguarding.
Since 2001 Mercia Partnership has been accredited with Investors in People (IiP). Development of the team is something that we take very seriously. We understand that people are one of our greatest assets and, as a result, we ensure that staff are given good opportunity to reach their potential. At any one time, there will always be a high proportion of staff who are undertaking a qualification and/or development or have recently passed a qualification. All of our managers have been promoted internally having previously worked as tutors or administrators.
Mercia Partnership is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all areas of our work. In order to achieve this aim, we seek to:
· ensure that job applicants and members of staff are treated solely on the basis of their merit;
· promote good relations between individuals from different groups;
· recognise and develop the diversity of skills and talent of current and potential staff and learners;
· foster a culture based on trust and mutual respect;
· undertake a programme of action to make equality policies effective;
· monitor progress towards achieving equality of opportunity regularly;
· promote equal opportunities to staff, learners, and other stakeholders.
If you think we might be the right company for you, these are the kind of people we look for:
· aiming to be excellent in the job
· committed to promoting equality of opportunity
Since part of our work is with vulnerable groups, we will ask for Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance for some vacancies; this will be clearly stated within the job advertisement.
If working for Mercia Partnership interests you, then email your application to Laura Cahill: email@example.com explaining they type of role you are looking for and why you are suitable for that role. An application form can be downloaded from this site for use with any of the vacancies that we are currently advertising.
Assessors required. We have a number of Assessor roles to work on an on-going contract, assessing a case load of up to 45 learners on the full apprenticeship framework, technical certificate and functional skills.
You must be a qualified Assessor with the A1 Award (or equivalent) and ideally also hold a teaching qualification such as PTLLS, Cert Ed etc. You must be experienced in assessing full apprenticeship qualifications (including Key/Functional Skills) in one or more of the following areas: IT User, IT Practitioner, Business Administration, Customer Service, Teaching Assistant, Health and Social Care, Warehousing and Logistics. You should be able to evidence occupational competency within your sector and have relevant qualifications to support this.
You will be required to have a caseload of learners where you will have regular meetings to support them through the training process. This will involve regular visits to the learners place of employment and also remote support.
Any other experience within the training environment such as internal verification, key skills/basic skills training, tutoring would be desirable. It is essential you possess your own driving licence as the role will involve travelling to various sites to assess individuals in their work place.
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To find a complete list of current Apprenticeship vacancies available with Mercia Partnership, please visit the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) website. Click here to view the guide on applying for vacancies through the NAS website.
Step 1: Visit http://www.apprenticeships.org.uk/ in your web browser
Step 2: Click the ‘Search for Vacancies‘ button on the home page. You will need to register in order to search and apply for an Apprenticeship. Under where it says ‘New User’ Click the highlighted ‘Register Now‘ link.
Step 3: Once registered and logged in, re-visit the ‘Search for Vacancies‘ page.
Step 5: Enter Mercia Partnership into the Learning Provider field and click search.
To contact Mercia regarding Apprenticeship vacancies, please call 0151 289 0918 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mercia are looking for people who are motivated, punctual, well-presented and organised. You do not need previous experience to be an apprentice, just be committed to the role and show a willingness to learn.
Last updated: January 17, 2014 at 12:28 pm