Established in 2010, Awards for Training and Higher Education (ATHE) is a regulated awarding organisation offering a range of core and bespoke qualifications. It is a small but expanding and highly successful organisation. It now works with over 200 recognised centres in over 20 countries and has progression arrangements with a number of universities. The centres include colleges, schools, employers and associations.
This role requires you to manage the development, delivery and continuous improvement of a portfolio of high quality qualifications that meet the needs of the business strategy, customers, and the regulatory requirements as specified within the Conditions of Recognition. You will drive forward qualification development opportunities endorsed by the Board of Directors, in accordance with set timescales and regulator Conditions, create qualification development proposals and manage these qualifications through all stages of their development.
We are in the process of reviewing many of our current qualifications and a suitable applicant will be able to guide and inform this process by consulting with centres and analysing our current data. We are also looking to develop new qualifications going forwards, meaning the suitable candidate will be undertaking market research and guiding our decisions.
Applicants will need excellent face to face communication skills as they will be expected to attend qualification development and review meetings with centres, as well as answering all of the queries they may have before and during development. You will also be responsible for reviewing and signing off assignments, appoint assignment writers and reviewing their work.
28th April 2017
Full time, permanent (possible part time dependent on the candidate)
Competitive Salary, dependent on experience
Head of Qualifications and AO Compliance / Head of UK Strategy
If you would like any further information about the role or a detailed job description please contact Lisa Green. To make an application please complete the form below: