Company Overview: Established in 2000 Regent Group has a passion for education; helping learners excel personally, academically and professionally. Based in London, we are experienced providers delivering quality education from nursery, through tuition services and full-time secondary school, to further and higher education and executive leadership courses.
The Academic Assessor is responsible for the appropriate development of materials, delivery and assessments of subject specific units/modules. The post holders are an academic by nature who has the ultimate responsibility of the group of students who is undertaking a subject specific module/unit for the purpose of attaining credits towards an award and/or otherwise.
The post holder will be responsible to deliver 18-24 hrs of teaching per week in a semester/block.
The post holder will have the following responsibilities:
Participate in standardisation meeting to produce module/unit specific Scheme of Work to be signed off by respective Head of School.
Support the production of assessments for subject specific module/unit and ensure these are approved in accordance with the prescribed policies and assured by the Assessment Team.
Deploy assessments appropriately as set out by the assessment team.
Develop module materials for each of the module being undertaken.
Provide/Deliver/Facilitate subject specific sessions in line with the ILOs and syllabuses of respective modules.
Set out measures to understand the learning needs of students on their modules and make recommendations to the ASOs and/or the Head of School on mechanisms to improve student academic experience.
Enter attendance registers for each sessions as prescribed by the policies of RCL and work with the attendance team to ratify the accuracy of the information being entered for students on digital registers.
Ensure that students are actively engaging in their sessions and drive for 90+% submissions of assessments for all module/unit being delivered.
Support students with timely formative feedback to the extent prescribed by each of the programme specifications.
Mark and provide summative feedback within the prescribed deadline published by the Assessment Team.
Follow the Marking process prescriptively including supporting the Assessment Team with instances of identifying and investigating academic misconducts and where possible, extenuating circumstances.
Ensure that all expectations of the Programme Specification of respective awarding bodies under which modules are being taught are followed appropriately and/or prescriptively as directed by HoS.
Keep up-to-date in subject specific development and enabling such discussions by students in class.
Produce appropriate module/unit reports.
Work in line with Regent Digital provisions including VLEs and MS Teams.
In line with the above the role will be measured by the following:
Module/Unit performance of total students on first attempt should be 85% pass rate.
Quality of feedback to student – these should be developmental and not copied and pasted from one paper to the next.
Quality of module materials and appropriateness for students to achieve full spectrum of awards.
Performance of students on each of the assessments.
Salary Range: £30,000 – £35,000 annually, depending on the experience.