About the job
A leading specialist engineering services company delivering integrated solutions for complex energy and infrastructure projects and operating assets. Our business is built on the belief that our people are what make EnerMech excellent. When we are thriving globally it’s not just about investing in our infrastructure, service offering and technology, but by also investing in our people.
To deliver EnerMech’s approved suite of courses within the given technical subject area at EnerMech training centres in a consistent, professional way which reflects EnerMech’s business integrity and culture.
Main Responsibilities & Key Result Areas
- To deliver courses as required within European Training Centers in line with EnerMech and accrediting body requirements.
- To support customers during course delivery as appropriate
- To obtain positive customer feedback following course completion in line with KPIs set within personal development plan.
- To participate in standardization and continuing professional development events as required
- To provide support to trainee and existing Instructor/Assessors as appropriate
- To support department growth through technical input to new courses, training standards, customer meetings and the continual improvement of existing courses.
Certification Responsibilities And Authority
The Instructor Assessor is responsible for the following:
- Initial assessments of the applications based on established certification requirements.
- Scheduling of examinations, as applicable.
- Conducting the examination (written, oral, practical) as defined in the certification scheme.
- Carrying out fair assessment and scoring of examinations.
- Ensuring impartiality at all times.
- Reporting potential perceived or actual conflict of interest.
The Instructor Assessor Has The Following Authority
- Rejecting applications due to non-compliance of the prerequisite education, training or certification.
- Initial decision on pass/failure of application assessments for inclusion in the recommendation for granting, maintaining, recertifying, extending, reducing, suspending or withdrawing certification.
- Pass/Fail decision on result of examination against defined criteria.
- Disqualifying candidates who are found cheating during examination.
The ideal candidate will:
- Hold a degree/Diploma in Engineering
- Certified by LEEA, LEG and any other part or equivalent.
- For degree holders, shall have a minimum of five years’ experience in any engineering field (Preferably LE) of which three years has been spent in inspection and certification of LE after LEEA certification.
- For diploma holders, shall have a minimum of eight (08) years of experience in any engineering field (preferably LE) of which three years has been spent in inspection and certification of LE after LEEA certification.
- Competence Certificate as appropriate to industry best practice for the given technical subject area
- Experience of occupational competence within the given technical subject area
- Previous experience delivering coaching or mentoring within the given technical subject area.
- Significant working knowledge of HSE within the given technical subject area
- Understanding of the quality assurance process within technical learning and development
- Understanding of industry best practice and client’s approach to learning and development within the given technical subject area.
- First Aid at Work national qualification
- Knowledge of the training market and client requirements
- Previous experience in providing technical learning and development courses
- Experience working to accreditation requirements related to technical training in the oil & gas industry
- Previous experience in developing technical skills for personnel.