Quality Assurance Advisor


Kia hiwa rā! Kia hiwa rā!

Tēnei te mihi atu ki a koutou te hunga e whakaaro ana mō tēnei tūranga. He kaupapa whakahirahira tēnei hei hāpai i ngā mahi, hei āwhina, hei pīkau hoki i ngā mahi mō Ringa Hora. Ka rere tēnei karanga ki te hunga whai pūkenga, whai wheako, whai mātauranga hoki e āhei ana ki tēnei momo mahi. No reira, nau mai. Tukua mai tō tono.

This is an acknowledgement to you, to all those who may consider applying for this role. This is an important initiative - its purpose being to uplift, to assist, and carry out duties for Ringa Hora.  We invite all who may possess the necessary skills, experience, and knowledge for this type of work to apply for the role. Connect, apply, welcome.

Ētahi kōrero mō Ringa Hora – About Ringa Hora

Ringa Hora is one of six Workforce Development Councils (WDCs) created under the Education and Training Act 2020 to ensure industry leadership across vocational education is embedded in Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We represent industries in the Services sector including Advisory Services, Aviation, Cleaning Services, Business Services, Contact Centres, Financial Services, Hospitality, Local Government, Real Estate, Retail, Security Services, State Sector, and Tourism & Travel.

Te āhua o Te Tūranga – The nature of the position

The Quality Assurance Advisor undertakes quality assurance activities to determine whether the outcomes have been met by undertaking external moderation activities with multiple providers,. This role has a focus on continuous improvement and working collaboratively with training providers to monitor and evaluate assessment documentation and decisions to ensure that standards are applied validly and consistently to all learners.

  • You will apply risk criteria to identify where Ringa Hora should be focusing its external moderation activities and undertake pre-assessment and post moderation of provider assessment materials.

You will provide specialist input into the development of moderation plans and engage and work with training providers. Some travel will be required to enable you to build a close working relationships with our service industries.

Ngā tino Pūkenga/Whēako – skills/experiences for the role

You will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the standards and practices used in moderation and assessment and how these support continuous improvement for learners. You will also be able to work with diverse groups, managing multiple stakeholders, clients, organisations and providers to facilitate industry outcomes.

Experience in tertiary education and training sector, and knowledge of training delivery options, is important, coupled with experience in one or more of the industries we support in the services sector.

Extensive experience in interpreting the assessment requirements of unit standards is advantageous in this role.

We are a workplace that values and utilises diverse and inclusive thinking, people, and behaviours. This means that our staff honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi and reflect the diversity of Aotearoa New Zealand and the industries and people we work to support. The contributions of staff with diverse backgrounds, experiences, skills, and perspectives are valued and respected.

Our jobs suit people who want to work on something bigger than themselves; people who are genuinely interested in helping our future generations. You will thrive on transformation, new ways of working, new ideas, collaborating and celebrating difference, and having fun.

If you believe you have the right mix of skills, knowledge and experience we want to hear from you.

Te tono – How to apply

For more information, please select “Apply now” to view the position description. If you have any enquiries, please email recruitment@wdc.nz

Information about us and the role of Workforce Development Councils can be found at www.ringahora.nz

Applications close February 3, 2023.

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Permanent – Full time

Job no: ALAI30331

Location: Auckland, Wellington, Remote

Closing Date: Friday, 3 February 2023