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Pearson Writer - Apprenticeship - Senior Healthcare Support Worker – Diagnostic Imaging Support L3 in London, United Kingdom

Writer - Level 3 End-point Assessment for Senior Healthcare Support Worker - Digital Imaging Support pathway

Purpose of this role:

A Subject Specialist supports in the creation of live assessment materials for our new specifications.

Successful candidates will undertake activities that support, or comment on live assessment materials. Suitable individuals may also be invited to undertake additional activities by supporting the writing/editing/reviewing of the materials.

Key Duties & Responsibilities

Writing activities

● Write the required materials assigned according to the setters' guidance provided

● Respond positively to feedback received

● Provide content in the required format using the specified format for submission

● Make amendments following feedback.

All/general activities

● Provide up-to-date sector or subject-specific expertise that feeds into material production

● Keep up to date with changes in the sector/subject area

● Have detailed knowledge of the requirements/standards/specifications that encompass the role or area of expertise

● Engage in question paper evaluation committee meetings

● Meet deadlines & report back to Pearson within agreed timeframes

● Ensure parity of standards

● Adhere to guidance provided by Pearson

● Work effectively with colleagues

● Take part in training activities, associated with the role, as required.

Background/Experience/Skills (Essential)

● You should have recent relevant experience of the occupation area or sector to at least occupational level 3 gained in the last 5 years or significant experience of the occupation or sector.

● Knowledge and understanding of Diagnostic Imaging.

● Qualified with a relevant qualification/s at or above the level they are assessing

● You should be a healthcare specialist with experience of writing and developing multiple-choice questions for external examinations.

● Excellent communication, written, verbal, IT and interpersonal skills

● Ability to meet deadlines

● Evidence of continuous professional development (CPD) in subject specialism.

Background/Experience/Skills (Desirable)

● A clear understanding of the educational landscape and regulatory requirements for qualifications

● A basic understanding of the examination processes for general qualifications

● Innovative writers with fresh ideas that motivate our learners and set them on the path to success

● Experience in writing any of the following:

  • support materials aimed at students, teachers and schools

  • specifications

  • assessments or tests

  • published materials (e.g. textbooks)

  • Experience providing feedback in a professional context.

Additional requirements

Any applicant undertaking this role will be expected to:

● Have personal IT equipment capable of running Pearson required software

● Have a suitable broadband connection, microphone, headphones and a webcam

● Have a personal and secure email account

● Have the right to work in the UK

● Declare any conflicts of interest that could impact on the role

● Have availability of a minimum of 7 days, depending upon the requirements and workload for the sector, in any given year for attending meetings

● Allow sufficient time for completion of duties and tasks as directed by the role

● Undertake other duties appropriate as required by Pearson in relation to this role

● Abide by the terms of conditions as stated in the contract for work

● Applicants selected for additional activities may be required to complete tasks, training and/or standardisation before work can be allocated

● Ensure sufficient time and availability before contracts are accepted

● Ensure that Pearson contact is notified of any issues that may delay the submission or completion of materials/work.

Application Information We have a number of opportunities available for teaching professionals to join our growing teams of examiners, moderators and verifiers.

Closing date: 31 December 2024 at midnight