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Warwickshire - Kenilworth

Veterinary Nursing Assessment Officer Lantra Stoneleigh, Kenilworth CV8 2LG, UK

Practice Type: Other (eg. industry or academia)
Job Type: Permanent, Full Time
Pay Range: £ 30 - £ 35 per year GBP
Posted on: 23 Apr 2024

Job Description

Veterinary Nursing Assessment Officer (office-based role with the opportunity to work from home up to three days per week)

£30,000 - £35,000 per annum

Lantra House, Kenilworth, CV8 2LG

Lantra is a leading awarding body for land-based industries in both the UK and the Republic of Ireland. We develop quality training courses and nationally recognised qualifications that are delivered through a national network of training Provider Partners.

Working with a range of partners to promote the opportunities within the sector to an increasingly diverse audience, our training and qualifications are delivered to more than 116,000 learners each year across the UK. We work with businesses and other stakeholders to create innovative solutions to skills challenges.

As a Veterinary Nursing Assessment Officer, you will join the Lantra Veterinary Nursing team and be involved in the delivery of the assessments for both the Veterinary Nursing qualification and End Point Assessment.

Specifically, you will provide assessment support to the Veterinary Nursing Technical Manager and Veterinary Nursing Quality Manager to ensure that Lantra’s veterinary qualification and EPA are of the highest standard. You will make sure that they exceed industry and Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) expectations.

Administering, formatting, proofreading and maintaining assessment documentation, you will monitor the objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE) inboxes, maintain OSCE equipment and stock and process OSCE allocations.

Additionally, you will:

- Support OSCE standardisation and training
- Maintain the examiner and assessor database
- Co-ordinate assessor and examiner bookings for OSCE and Professional Discussion
- Organise the annual Graduation ceremony for learners

As part of your role, you will be required to undertake occasional travel to assessment days which will involve 6-8 weekends per year. All travel time outside of working hours can be claimed back by pre-approved TOIL.

About You To be considered as a Veterinary Nursing Assessment Officer, you will need:

- Experience in an administration role
- Experience providing co-ordination and administration for a team
- Experience working within a quality critical team
- Veterinary nursing knowledge
- To be proactive and able to manage your own workload
- Problem solving skills
- Attention to detail
- Good customer service skills
- Great communication and teamwork skills
- A full, valid driving licence (due to office location and business travel)

Ideally, you will have OSCE experience.

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