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New Vacancies

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Apprenticeship Monitoring Officer 

£32,499 + benefits incl car/allowance

NW/NE/Midlands - Home based

We are recruiting to this newly created role of Apprenticeship Monitoring Officer to support the implementation of our new apprenticeship support programme for employers, and to support the growing “Introduction To Engineering Construction” (ITEC) programme, where numbers will increase to 200 this year.  This post will provide support to the Head of Apprenticeships & Provider Management, and the Provider Technical Manager, and also regional operations staff.   Specifically, responsibilities include delivering inductions, progress monitoring, quality monitoring, provider network liaison, and production and analysis of apprentice statistics.

The successful candidate will have attained a recognised Engineering or related discipline Apprenticeship, and have an in-depth knowledge of the delivery and assessment of Apprenticeship Frameworks/Standards.  Good communication and organisation skills are essential to manage the workload along with good analytical and interpretation skills to handle business and technical information effectively.

Please refer to the role profile below for a detailed description.

Apprenticeship Monitoring Officer Role Profile

ECITB Application Form

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Head of Skills Strategy – Nuclear – national remit

Home based - £58,000 - £63,000pa plus benefits incl car/allowance

The role:

Working at the leading edge of our operations, this pivotal role acts as the interface between national and nuclear industry skills policy across the nuclear sector, and to lead and develop the nuclear industry skills strategy for the engineering construction industry. A strategic and political thinker with strong influencing and relationship skills, your remit will be to ensure that the ECITB and the engineering construction industry is integrated into the nuclear skills policy at a national and a regional level, and that the ECITB is embedded in the skills activity to support the regional nuclear employers. Please refer to the role profile below for a detailed description.

The person:

  • First degree education or similar occupationally related qualification.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience of working effectively in a relationship and business management focused capacity and with knowledge of the engineering construction industry.
  • Knowledge and understanding of nuclear industry with minimum of 5 years’ experience in the industry
  • Knowledge and understanding of the political structures which support both New Build and Nuclear Decommissioning
  • Assimilation of the wider political agenda and applying understanding within the context of the required area of responsibility
  • Experience of developing policy within a defined area of responsibility
  • Some experience of risk management processes
  • Experience of applying reason to situations and forming sound judgements and decisions
  • Project management of non-technical projects with demonstrable ability to manage stakeholders.
  • Procurement of services and setting and managing contracts up to £50,000

The package:

  • £58,000 - £63,000pa
  • Company car or car allowance (£7.5k+)
  • 25 days holiday per year
  • Contributory Defined Contribution pension scheme via salary sacrifice

Role Profile - Head of Skills Strategy - Nuclear

ECITB Application Form

If you are interested in finding employment opportunities within the engineering construction industry itself, please click on this link - Register Of Leviable Establishments to look at some of the companies listed under Registered Companies. There you will find a list of companies currently in-scope to the ECITB and their locations. You will need to contact those companies of interest to you directly for employment opportunities. 

ECITB is an Investor in People

ECITB is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community, particularly those that are under represented in the construction industry. ECITB encourages all applicants to complete the Equal Opportunities monitoring questionnaire and send in together with the completed application form.

The Dignity at Work Policy

The ECITB operates a Dignity at Work policy that states that ECITB expects a standard of conduct and behaviour that respects other people for what they bring to our organisation and for who they are as individuals. It means that everyone is expected to behave in a professional manner, and is treated with dignity and respect. The ECITB regards all forms of bullying and harassment as unacceptable behaviour that will not be tolerated.
The ECITB does not expect any of its employees to tolerate offensive behaviour from people working in the Engineering Construction Industry or from others with whom they come into contact, and will respond to incidents. Where such incidents occur, employees will report the matter to their manager who will take appropriate action.