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End Point Assessment (EPA) Quality and Compliance Manager  

Salary: £32,000 
Leading NAS’s Quality Assurance team, managing risk and compliance matters to maintain the integrity of NAS end point assessments and to meet and exceed the needs and expectations of NAS customers. 
Instrumental in ensuring compliance with the regulatory requirements for all individual qualifications/end point assessments and quality assurance in respect of assessment.    
To assist the Head of NAS in ensuring that NAS adheres to Ofqual, IfATE and ESFA requirements.  
Base: Homebased with some travel to the office in Blandford

Job Description, Quality and Compliance Manager

End Point Assessment Administrator

Salary £19,811

Working closely with the Quality and Compliance Manager and the Head of NAS to ensure NAS End Point Assessments are
resourced, operated and delivered efficiently and effectively which minimises risks to the organisation and apprentices.

Base: Homebased with some meetings in Dorset

Main role objective:

As an approved EPA organisation, we are looking for a strong operations focused assessment administrator to ensure that the delivery of our End Point Assessments run smoothly and protects the interests of the apprentices taking their final assessment as well as mitigating risks to our End Point Assessment organisation.

You'll work closely with the Quality and Compliance Manager to ensure high quality end point assessments for apprentices.

You'll use your exceptional organisation skills to manage a busy and varied workload which will include coordinating EPA assessments and preparing reports and statistical analyses for
results and awarding.

You will be familiar with face to face and online assessment methodology. To be considered for this role you will need to have experience in a similar role, be able to multi-task and make complex decisions.

Job Description End Point Assessment Administrator

Independent End-point Assessors required

We are building a bank of exceptional freelance assessors to become our Independent End Point Assessors (IEPAs) as we roll out our End-point assessment across a variety of standards. If you think that you meet our requirements, we would love to hear from you.

Assessment work will be on a needs basis and being selected as an IEPA does not definitely mean that we will have assignments for you as this is dependent on apprenticeship numbers coming through Gateway.

Please refer to the list of standards that we operate at Appendix A.

Report to:    Head of Notebook Assessment Services and Responsible Officer

Responsible for: 

Leading NAS’s assessment team and process in the scoping, delivery and awarding of End-point assessments.

Working closely with the Quality Officer and the Head of NAS to ensure NAS End-point assessments are resourced, operated and delivered efficiently and effectively which minimises risks to the organisation and apprentices.

Base: Homebased with visits to training providers to conduct assessment and annual training meetings which may be held in Dorset or remotely depending on local and national restrictions.

Contract: NAS EPA                   

Main role objective:
This role sits within the heart of the End Point Assessment Quality Team to embed and maintain consistently high quality assessment practice.   

The role of an IEPA is to provide independent, fair, reliable and consistent assessment services to apprentices post Gateway.

IEPAs are required to use their assessment experience of relevant industry knowledge to form judgements and grading decisions upon the completion of a variety of assessment activities, which test the apprentices’ occupational competency.  

This role requires someone who is flexible in their approach to all tasks, with the independence to travel and has exceptional assessment abilities coupled with the ability to act with integrity and impartiality. 

Key Responsibilities 

  • Deliver outstanding end-point assessment services to assigned apprentices and employers
  • Undertake end-point assessment activities with integrity and impartiality to offer a fair, reliable and consistent assessment experience for all apprentices
  • Manage assigned caseload to ensure all stages of the EPA journey are completed in a timely manner and to the expected standard
  • Maintain an excellent working knowledge of Apprenticeship Standards and assessment plans relevant to your area of expertise
  • Undertake onsite and remote invigilation duties as part of your allocated caseload
  • Produce accurate and well-informed assessment feedback and written reports to validate assessment grading decisions
  • Provide detailed and appropriate feedback to support apprentice development
  • Complete and maintain all required assessment and regulatory paperwork, using the appropriate systems
  • Submit as required evidence of work for internal and external quality assurance
  • Actively participate in moderation, standardisation and development activities and meetings as required
  • Be responsible for maintaining your own on-going CPD relevant to both assessment practice and the industry for which you assess

Other responsibilities 

  • Develop and maintain an understanding of NAS internal policies and processes
  • Develop knowledge of NAS products and services
  • Efficiently and accurately use electronic diary programme and office software
  • Manage own data entry: inputting, filing, and monitoring
  • Liaise with other departments to facilitate a smooth customer journey
  • Be committed to Health and Safety awareness inclusive of Safeguarding and Prevent 

Essential Skills/ Experience/ Qualifications 

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience within the specialist vocational sector
  • Hold a relevant Assessor qualification with robust knowledge of assessment techniques
  • Evidenced experience in vocational sector at or above level to which you will assess
  • Relevant vocational qualification (standard specific)
  • Level 2 English and maths qualifications (or equivalent)
  • Sound IT and digital literacy
  • Outstanding organisational and time management skills 
  • Ability to work in a flexible manner, adapt to different environments and solve problems independently
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including report writing
  • Maintain professional standards and boundaries at all times
  • Be able to develop rapid and long-lasting rapports with team members, customers and stakeholders

Appendix A

Standards that we are seeking IEPAs Expressions of Interest for.




Level 3

Business Administrator 


Level 4

Network Engineer 


Level 3

Digital Support Technician 


Level 3

Team Leader or Supervisor 


Level 2

Supply Chain Warehouse Operative 


Level 3

Network Cable Installer 


Level 2

Engineering Operative 


Level 3

Aviation Ground Specialist 


Level 2

Equine Groom 


Level 3

Senior Equine Groom 


Level 2

Aviation Ground Operative 


Level 4

Intelligence Analyst 


Level 3

Radio Network Technician 


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