Apprenticeship Quality Assurance - Network Engineer
About the role
As an Apprenticeship Quality Assurance - Network Engineer within our Marine Training business you'll be supporting us as we deliver world-class training both UK and Internationally. With over 800,000 training days delivered so far we equip people to operate and support the most complex marine platforms, logistics and equipment - using our collaborative, customer centric approach.
We're seeking an Apprenticeship Quality Assurance - Network Engineer to provide an engineering subject matter expertise (SME) for Network Engineering assurance practices of apprentices progressing the Royal Navy Engineering Apprenticeship Programmes (AP).
You will be responsible for updating the management information systems (PICS) in line with Company standards, contractual and relevant Awarding Organisational (AO) regulatory requirements.
Duties this Apprenticeship Quality Assurance - Network Engineer will perform include; apprenticeship programme inductions, progress review assurances, training delivery and support services for the Engineering AP output measurements.
You will work collaboratively with internal and external organisations to facilitate the delivery of the qualifications as mandated within the Engineering apprenticeship programmes, and will ensure all progress reviews, observations, communications and other information regarding the apprentices are uploaded onto the Management Information System (PICS).
As directed by the Manager/Supervisor, you will conduct apprenticeship / award quality control activities to ensure service outputs. This will be measured against the RN training / AO requirements whilst in the training establishment or on-board units whilst in the UK (This may include travel and overnight stays)
What do I need to do the role?
You should be a qualified Network Engineer with, ideally, military experience of communication information systems. You should hold a minimum level 4 teaching qualification, Assessor Award Qualifications (D32/33, A1/2/ TAQA or equivalent) and Verifier/IQA Award Qualifications (D34, V1, TAQA or equivalent).
We would like you to have experience of Defence Systems Approach to Training Model for AP standard mapping purposes and ILM Level 3 Award (Workplace Coaching for Team Leaders and First Line Management) (or equivalent).
Ideally, you will also have IOSH Managing Safely / NEBOSH Certificate (or equivalent) and ECDL or equivalent demonstrable proficiency in using IT (hardware / software) within the workplace.
An ability to attain DBS certification status and Security Vetting (SC) is essential.
What else do I need to know?
* All applicants must have the legal right to work in the UK and be subject to satisfactory security clearance which includes 3 years reference checks. Verification of any qualifications/passport/licences must be shown at interview stage.
* We are happy to talk about flexible working. Please ask about alternative patterns of work at interview
About Babcock International
For more than a century, Babcock, the Aerospace and Defence company, has been trusted to deliver bespoke, highly-skilled engineering services. We help customers in the UK and around the world to improve the capability, reliability and availability of their most critical assets within the four market sectors of Marine, Land, Aviation, and Nuclear, underpinned by a deep understanding of technology integration, unique infrastructure and specialist training.
We're committed to providing a great employee experience in a supportive and engaging environment. The benefits you can expect to enjoy include a generous holiday entitlement, competitive money purchase pension scheme with life assurance and a share ownership scheme. You'll benefit from excellent career and learning and development opportunities to ensure that you grow and achieve your full potential.
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