Ofqual Non-Executive Director – Assessment & Qualification DesignClosed
|Appointing Department:||Department for Education|
|Location:||Board and Committee meetings are usually held in Coventry; advisory and sub-groups are held in Coventry or London|
|Number of Vacancies:||Up to 2|
|Remuneration:||Members are entitled to remuneration at £6,000 per year; remuneration is taxable under Schedule E and may be subject to Class I National Insurance Contributions; it is not pensionable|
|Time Requirements:||This is a 3 year appointment, up to 20 days a year|
Closed for Applications
From 14th October
Outcome communicated to applicants
End January 2020
Final Interview Date
11th and 12th February 2020
Chair of Ofqual Board • Representative of Organisation
Director, Qualifications, Curriculum and Extra-Curricular Directorate, Department for Education • Departmental Official
Non-Executive Board Member, Department for Education • Independent Member
Dr Michelle Meadows
Deputy Chief Regulator and Executive Director for Strategy, Risk and Research, Ofqual • Other Panel Member
Ofqual wishes to recruit up to two individuals to the board, with strong expertise in assessment and/or qualification design. You will be expected to support Ofqual’s aims and objectives and act as ambassadors for the organisation.
We are looking for independent thinkers who will offer challenge and guidance to Ofqual’s executive to support their decision making. We seek applicants who have significant experience and expertise to bring to Board discussions and are committed to driving forward the work of the organisation.
Throughout the application and interview stage, candidates will need to demonstrate how they meet all the following essential criteria:
- a deep technical understanding of assessment and/or qualification design;
- a commitment to Ofqual as a regulator and its role in ensuring that qualifications and assessments are rigorous, valid and reliable and that standards are maintained;
- the ability to operate at non-executive level, with a successful track record in the public, private or voluntary sectors;
- the ability to provide support and challenge to Ofqual’s executive, particularly on technical assessment issues.
The first criterion will be double weighted at the sifting and interviewing stages.
As well as a cover letter and CV, candidates can, if relevant, provide a list of any publications to be considered as evidence against criteria 1 and 2. We may also carry out a review of any other relevant publications for this purpose. It is not a requirement that candidates will have published in this field.
Induction will be provide on appointment.
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