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IQA - (Internal Quality Assurer) Standard: Broadcast and Media Systems Technician (Level 5)

Job Type: Part time

Start Date: February 2nd, 2021

Closing Date: February 28th, 2022


Associate IQA - Internal Quality Assurer 

Standard: Broadcast and Media Systems Technician (Level 5)


Hours per week: Contracted

Salary/Fee: Pay based on daily rate, competitive 

Location: Multiple locations across the UK. Occasional travel to AIM HQ in Derby may be required.


AIM supports the growth in the end-point assessment (EPA) of apprenticeship standards, delivery of high-quality EPA, working in partnership with major employers across sectors. We are currently focusing our work on the creative and cultural industries. We are seeking to recruit talented and motivated IQAs across a range of standards in the creative sector, including Broadcast and Media Systems Technician.


Broadcast andMedia Systems Technician

Broadcast andMedia Systems Technicians work generally in the Broadcast, Media andEntertainment industries. The broad purpose of the occupation is to ensure thereliability and integrity of broadcast and media systems critical to thedelivery of TV, radio and online services; in a broadcast industry whichoperates 24/7.  It’s fast paced, dynamicand constantly changing.  Techniciansneed to be able to respond quickly to problems, faults and the loss orimpairment of services to ensure customers experience the best possibleservice.  Broadcast and Media SystemsTechnicians need to know and understand the maintenance characteristics thatare particularly critical to the broadcast and media equipment or system,including electrical, electronic, mechanical, software, environmental andergonomics. They are also responsible for ensuring broadcast and media systemsmodifications and upgrades are delivered in line with agreed timescales and toindustry specification.

 

Typical jobtitles undertaking this standard could include:

Communicationstechnician, Maintenance technician, Master control room operator


More information on this standard can be found on the AIM website


Assessmentmethods 

  1. Knowledge test
  2. Project withpresentation and supplementary questioning
  3. Professionaldiscussion


More information on this standard can be found on the AIM website


AIM Associate IQAs


 AIM operate an internal quality assurance framework that ensures end-point assessments delivered by AIM: 

  • are fit for purpose 
  • give all apprentices equal access and opportunity to demonstrate their achievements 
  • have been through an appropriate development and approval process 
  • are relevant: the EPA is current and genuinely measures occupational competence. Achievement of the apprenticeship is a dependable predictor of success in the occupation 
  • are reliable: the EPA produces consistent outcomes irrespective of context, cohort, timing or the organisations involved 
  • are reviewed regularly to ensure they comply with the above statements


 Much of the delivery of our EPA assessments are quality assured by our associate Internal Quality Assurers (IQAs).  The Internal Quality Assurer (IQA) is a dual professional, with both assessment and subject level expertise. The role is key in ensuring the validity and reliability of judgements and ultimately the issue of apprenticeship certificates.


As an associate IQA working with AIM you will:

  1. Plan, operate and evaluate quality assurance systems, by risk rating assessors and setting associated sampling/monitoring plans
  2. Support and develop assessors by providing advice and leading standardisation activities
  3. Monitor and improve the quality of assessment practice by observing assessments and reviewing assessment decisions and documents
  4. Report on the quality of assessment by completing reports and attending meetings


IQAs are expected to have a small caseload of assessments each year.


Minimum requirements

IQAs for Broadcast and Media Systems Technician must: 


  1. Have worked in the broadcast and media sector and have recent demonstrable experience within the same area as the assessment.
  2. Hold or be working towards an IQA qualification. Successful IQAs will be required to undertake training in assessment practice. 
  3. Have experience of IQA, some experience of working in the education and training sector would be desirable but not essential as we are looking for industry practitioners 
  4. Be independent of the apprentice, their employer and training provider(s) i.e. there must be no conflict of interest
  5. Ideally hold or be working towards an end point assessor qualification, this is desirable, not essential.


Our IQAs should also have:


Excellent organisational skills and a professional approach 

An eye for detail

Timekeeping and punctuality

Good interpersonal and communication skills


 

 


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