The Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) is Scotland’s internationally renowned lifelong learning framework helping people of all ages and circumstances understand qualifications and achieve their full potential.
Development Officer (SCQF Level 9)
The SCQF Partnership is currently recruiting for an exciting permanent position which will support it in a range of activities related to engaging and working with Partners and delivering training and support. In particular this role will also involve supporting schools in understanding and engaging with the SCQF through recruiting them to the SCQF School Ambassador programme.
The postholder will work across a range of projects and activities to provide support to a wide range of other organisations and sectors to help them better understand and engage with the SCQF.
To join our small, dynamic team you should be a highly competent and motivated self-starter who is used to working to targets and who possesses excellent oral and written communication and influencing skills. This post would suit an individual with relevant experience or qualifications at SCQF Level 9.
Salary scale for the post is £31300 – £37500 and we have a number of related benefits
Closing date for applications: Monday 27 February 2017 at 5pm
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 15 March 2017.
Chair of the SCQF Partnership Quality Committee
The SCQF Partnership is looking for a new Quality Committee Chair to succeed Dr Ray Harris when he demits office in March 2017.
The SCQFP Quality Committee is a vital Committee of the SCQF Partnership responsible to the Board for the maintenance of the quality assurance and integrity of the Framework. The Chair has to be seen as a neutral advocate for the SCQF capable of providing an independence in matters relating to Credit Rating Bodies. With that in mind the Chair cannot be currently employed by an existing Credit Rating Body.
The Chair of the SCQF Quality Committee is appointed by the SCQF Partnership Board and as part of that process will also become a co-opted Director of the Board in order that they can contribute to the full discussion of the business of the organisation as a whole. Appointment would normally be for a period of four years in the first instance.