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The Growth Company
February 6, 2024
March 7, 2024
373 Trafford Park Rd,, Manchester/Trafford Park, United Kingdom
Job Type
Up to £32,000 per annum
Weekly Hours
Working Days
Monday to Friday
Training Avaliable


The Growth Company’s Trafford Park delivery centre requires a Skills Development Tutor to deliver a Multi-Skills Boot Camp. It will be their responsibility to deliver a rigorous and effective learning experience.

It is imperative the successful candidate enables positive achievement of learners, whilst meeting Awarding Organisation standards and guidelines, Growth Company (GC) Policy, Procedure, and wider quality frameworks.

Candidates need to be occupationally competent in all elements of Multi-Skills to level 2.

As one of the largest providers of skills and training in the UK, we are dedicated to supporting businesses and individuals with apprenticeships, higher education and commercial training. We help people to develop their skills across a diverse range of sectors and levels and work with leading businesses to ensure our curriculum boosts the career prospects of individuals and productivity of businesses.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead by example and demonstrate leading competencies and practices across the business unit and company.
  • Take part in cross business unit and company development projects.
  • Operate within the Growth Company Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) Framework to ensure consistency and compliance to internal and external policy, procedure, guidelines, and requirements and take part in the evaluation and ongoing development of these processes.
  • Deliver effective and efficient assessment processes that enable individual learners to progress towards and achieve identified milestones in a timely manner, supported by fair and consistent judgement of valid, reliable, sufficient, and authentic evidence.
  • Record assessment decisions fully and contemporaneously and ensure the prompt and managed completion of IQA actions to enable early submission and processing to maximize timely success.
  • Implement feedback and development action points provided from the IQA resulting from IQA sampling, observation of practice and standardization themes to continuously improve the quality and rigor of assessment for learners.
  • Monitor and respond to learner and employer feedback to continuously improve the learning experience for individuals and groups.
  • Meet personal quality indicators, KPIs and MLPs as planned and those of the Delivery Team and The Growth Company.
  • Continuously review and reflect on own practice development needs and undertake CPD as required to improve own contribution to the work of the Delivery Team and The Growth Company as a whole.
  • Report and provide timely updates and respond to requests for information from the Senior Training and Curriculum Manager and Operations Manager.
  • To account manage your employer caseload selling the widest possible range of services whilst continuingly replenishing your caseload.

About You:

  • Ability to develop assessment and Internal Quality Assurance processes.
  • Sector/Area experience and knowledge of provision required.
  • Effective & professional communication with Learners/Employers/colleagues.
  • Take part in Standardization across a range of disciplines and business units.
  • Lead by example on compliance and change staff behaviours.


  • Influence and lead programs of change that make a positive impact on customer satisfaction and business performance.
  • Ability to comply on Internal Quality Assurance Policies and Procedure.
  • Qualified Assessor (A1 or TAQA) – with consistent Grading of ‘Good’ and above and ‘low risk’ Portfolio sampling risk band.
  • Qualified IQA (V1) desirable.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of everyone including vulnerable adults and young people, we expect all staff to share this commitment. All Education and Skills appointments will be subject to Safer Recruitment Procedures which include a DBS check and a professional social media check. These checks will be conducted by Due Diligence Limited (DDC Ltd) on behalf of GC. Please note that the successful candidate will not be required to pay for this.

If you are on the Barred List, it is against the law to apply and to be hired for a role that includes regulated activity with the concerned group.

GC is committed to increasing the diversity of our workforce, we provide a guaranteed interview to applicants who meet the essential requirements for a role. This commitment applies to candidates who have a disability or are from an ethnic community.

As part of our application process, you can ask to be considered under this scheme if you are from an ethnic community or have a physical or mental impairment that has a substantial and long-term negative effect on your ability to do normal daily activities. Providing that you meet the essential criteria for the role, you will then be invited for an interview. Your guaranteed interview application will only be shared with the recruiting manager and our Internal recruitment team.

We are a member of the national campaign Ban the Box; this campaign aims to open opportunities for people with convictions to compete for jobs. We’re supporting the campaign by removing conviction questions at the applications stage.

GC aims to promote a culture of flexibility and agile working. Going forward we will be transitioning to a culture where full agile working will be a feature of many of our roles. We also recognise that there may be a need for more permanent flexibility in your working arrangements and in such cases, we encourage you to have these discussions at the interview stage, to enable your flexible working request to be considered as early as possible.

Should you apply for any of our roles, we will be completing interviews virtually or face to face, dependent on the role. This will be explained further should you reach interview stage. We will be more than happy to explain the measures we have put in place, ahead of you attending any of our premises.


Our annual leave entitlement starts at 25 days, plus bank holidays which increases with length of service with the opportunity to purchase up to 10 additional days leave each year.
Access to counselling via our Employee Assistance Programme.
We have 8 EDI steering group to make sure we value our differences and enable an environment of fairness, dignity and respect.
We offer up to two days’ paid leave to volunteer at a charity of choice through our Volunteer2Day scheme.
We offer travel loans, discounted seasonal travel tickets for public transport and a great cycle to work scheme promoting opportunities to reduce environmental pollution and a healthier lifestyle.
We have an enhanced learning and development offer for all staff and managers with opportunities for mentoring, undertaking apprenticeships and continuous professional development.
Paid for eye test and contributions towards glasses for VDU users, helping improve overall health and wellbeing in the workplace.

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