Job roles at SCQF Level 2 are likely to require the completion of a few limited tasks under close supervision. They will be undertaken in familiar and routine contexts. The job role may involve tasks which support or contribute to the work of other employees. The job holder should be able to follow rehearsed routines with support. It is likely that prompting is required to carry out allocated tasks, either as an individual or part of a team.
|Scope of Work||Carries out a limited range of very familiar tasks in everyday context with guidance.|
|Degree of Autonomy||Works on simple routine, familiar tasks under close supervision.|
|Processes||Uses rehearsed stages for problem solving in everyday contexts and takes some account, with prompting, of the identified consequences of action.|
|Contribution to Quality||Identifies some strengths and/or weaknesses of the work given very simple criteria.|
|Skills||Uses very simple core skills and work-related skills; uses basic skills and materials to carry out a limited range of very simple tasks and to process data and access information; transfers skills from task to task with prompting.|
|Knowledge||Draws on basic general knowledge.|
|Personal Development||Identifies some personal strengths and weaknesses with prompting.|
Jobs at this level will involve carrying out very simple and familiar tasks in everyday contexts with prompting. Work will be limited, with frequent directive supervision. The scope for organising or negotiating work will be very limited and the timescales affecting tasks to be completed will be very short-term.
These may include:
Jobs at this level will require the ability to use very simple communication, numeracy and/or ICT skills with assistance. The ability to follow procedures and to work safely, responsibly and carefully may be important. Prompting will be required.
National 2 (Nat2), Access 2, and a range of other courses available in the workplace and community (see SCQF Database)
This does not have to be an exact match in all areas, but the best description for the key aspects of your job role.
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