Assessor Vacancy for Manchester Area

DH Associates are looking for a professional, passionate and driven care assessor to join our Grade 1 ‘Outstanding’ Training team.  You will have a caseload of 45 learners mostly in Greater Manchester. You will need to have experience in the Care Industry, as well as a real passion for the sector!  We will provide excellent support, training and invest in your future. A very attractive salary package and company car is on offer, so if this looks like you’re next move, get in touch today and get yourself on that shortlist!

Care Assessor: Essential Qualifications

  • Assessor Qualifications
    • Health and Social Care Qualification (Level 5 minimum)
    • English and Maths Qualifications (Level 2 minimum)
    • Full UK driving licence

Care Assessor: Essential Skills

  • Minimum 2 years experience in Care Sector
  • Excellent communication skills to build relationships with employers and learners

Care Assessor: Desirable Skills/Qualifications

  • Experience of managing care services
  • Health and Social Care Qualification Level 4 or above
  • Experience of assessing in care
  • Experience of delivering functional skills
  • Quality assurance of qualifications

We offer:

  • Salary scale of £22,000-£29,000, dependent on experience/qualifications
  • Company Car – Fully Expensed including Private Mileage Allowance
  • 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays
  • Private Medical Insurance
  • Company Pension
  • Flexibility of Working Hours (Due to the Nature of the Business)
  • Tools of the Trade, Mobile, Laptop etc are provided.
  • CPD and training
  • Full induction and planned supervision and support

For more information please contact Jacquie Williams or Mike Hall on 0151 336 6900.

To apply please forward your CV to team@dhassociates.co.uk

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