- Location: Livingston
- £26,730 to £29,612 per annum, Grade 4
- Hours: Part Time
- Contact: Please see description
- Reference: WLC00250
Hours: 8 hours per week
Start Date: 23/09/19 (1 year fixed term contract)
Salary: Grade 4 Points 18 to 22
£26,730 to £29,612 per annum pro rata (subject to pending job evaluation)
This includes £2,500 (pro-rata) Market Allowance (which is in place until July 2020 at which point it will be reviewed).
West Lothian College is looking to appoint an outstanding Work Based Assessor to join the Workforce Development centre. You will be assessing SCQF Level 4-5 in Professional Cookery.
The successful application will have a Hospitality sector specific qualification which must be equivalent or higher of the qualification which is being assessed to meet assessment strategy. You will be assessor qualified or prepared to complete an assessor award within 6 months of starting. You will also have good organisational skills to prioritise effectively and the ability to communicate at all levels in order to help others achieve.
Working for the College you will benefit from a generous leave entitlement, career average pension scheme, excellent on-site facilities such as gym and restaurant, together with transport, health, wellbeing benefits and retail discounts. The College is located within the town centre with an array of shops and restaurants all within a few minutes walking distance.
Those shortlisted will be required to prepare and deliver a ten minute presentation.
In order to encourage people with disabilities to consider working for us, the College is a Disability Confident Employer.
West Lothian College commits to employ and retain disabled people.
West Lothian College is a Living Wage accredited employer
Closing date for applications is 2359hrs on Sunday 25th August 2019.
Interviews will take place on Monday 9th September 2019.
Please note we do not accept CVs as all applications are made through myjobscotland. A link for this can be found below:
Applications must be made online at myjobscotland.gov.uk