T Level roles

T Levels are a new course that will give 16–19-year-old learners the technical knowledge and practical skills that are valued by the industry; T Levels follow immediately after GCSEs as a technical alternative to A-Levels.  They are the biggest reform to vocational training in a generation, giving learners the skills, knowledge, and attitude to excel in their chosen careers.

T Levels are available in England only.

City & Guilds is now looking to recruit for T-Level Associates for the following areas which we have been successful in winning the national contract to deliver. 

  • Principal Moderators (T Levels)

      For more information about T-Levels, how they are structured, and specific information about individual qualification, please visit our T- Levels website at https://www.cityandguilds.com/tlevels

      Click one the role title (s) in the green box (top right of the screen) to start your application

      We start to review applications applications and arrange interview over the summer holidays and into Early Autumn.  Do submit your application ASAP to be included, as we may start this process earlier.

      It is important you read the person specification for the role and map your application to this.

      You need to apply for each role you are interested in.  You may meet the requirements for different roles, and we will consider “clustering” where applicable.

       

      Do Read Before Applying, Click Here (General Information and FAQs about role)

      CPD Log Template, Click Here

      Task Profile, Click Here

      Person Specification, Click Here

  • Technical Qualification Associates (TQA)

      We are looking for T Level TQ Associates (TQA) to join us for this qualification area for the next academic year. Your application will be considered for training and recruitment December-January.

      We do have lots of other Associate Vacancies, which you may be interested in.

       

      Key Elements of the Role 

      All T Level Providers will need to gain Approval to deliver the T Level qualification.  

      The basic activities of the role would be to:  

      - Support the Provider in preparation for the Approval submission   

      - Review the Approval Application, carry out Provider visits (where relevant) and review supporting  documentation and physical resources 

      - Following approval, provide ongoing support on an annual basis to Providers 

      What are the timescales?  

      Please see below the planned timeline of the activities for the T Level TQ Associate (TQA) role:  

      Training & Induction:  January and February 

      2 half day remote induction sessions with follow up support sessions where required.  

      Approval Window: February - June 

      Provide enhanced support to providers prior to the submission of the Approval application (half day) 

      Carry out the approval activity (1 day/7 hours)  

      Post Approval: July - September  

      Provide post approval support (up to half day)  

      Overall, the actual time spent with each provider might differ slightly as some providers will be more prepared and up to speed than others, but we anticipate between 2 to 3 days of TQA activity per provider.  

       

      CPD Log Template, Click Here

      T-Level TQA Task Profile.  Click Here

  • Chair of Examiners (T Levels)

      We are not currently recruiting for any Chief examiners at this time

  • Chief Examiners (T Levels)

      We are not currently recruiting for any Chief examiners at this time

  • Principal Examiners (T Levels) Management & Administration

      We are currently looking for 2 Principal Examiners for Management and Administration T-Level Core:

      1.  Principal Examiner Core Theory exam 2

      2.  Principal Examiner Core Employer set project

      For more information about T-Levels, how they are structured, and specific information about individual qualification, please visit our T levels webpages.   

      For more information about the Management and Administration structure please click here.

      It is important you read the task profile and person specification for the role and map your application to this. 

      How to Apply

      To apply for the role please see the vacancies on the following link - T-Level roles.

  • Marking Examiners (T Levels) Onsite Construction & BSE

      We are currently recruiting marking examiners for the following T level assessments

      1. On-Site Construction Core: 

      1. Question Papers

      2. Employer Set Projects (ESP)

      2. Building Service Engineering (BSE) Core:

      1. Question Papers

      2. Employer Set Projects (ESP)

      For more information about T-Levels, how they are structured, and specific information about an individual qualification, please visit our T levels webpages.  

      For more information about the role please read the task profile and person specification and associate structures in the links below

      Task Profile - Click Here

      Person Specification - Click Here

      Onsite Construction Associate Structure - Click Here

      Building Services Engineering Associate Structure - Click Here

      How to Apply

      To apply for the role please see the vacancy on the following link - T-Level roles.

      Click on the role title(s) in the green box (top right of the screen) to start your application.

      It is important you read the task profile & person specification for the role and map your application to this. Applications that do not clearly show this are unlikely to be considered for the next stage of our recruitment process.  Your application will be delayed and may be rejected if the required occupational qualifications and/or experience are not listed.

      You need to submit an application for each role you are interested in, for example if you wish to mark an examination paper and an Employer Set Project you must submit applications against the specfic assessments you wish to mark.

      Next steps:

      Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis between now and March 2023, suitable applicants will be invited to attend training in 2023.   

  • Marking Examiners (T Levels) Engineering and Manufacturing

      Marking Examiner – Core: Examinations

      We are currently recruiting marking examiners for the following Core Examinations:

      • Paper 1: Theory exam 1 – Maths and Science Principles for Engineering
      • Paper 2: Theory exam 2 - Engineering in Context

      The Core Examination papers are common to all three Engineering & Manufacturing T-levels.

      Further information on the subject matter covered which each of the examinations can be found within the job advert and within the qualification materials on the 8730 qualification webpage. This includes Sample Question Papers and the Qualification Specification.

      For more information about T-Levels, how they are structured, and specific information about an individual qualification, please visit our T levels webpages.  

      Marking Examiner – Core: Employer-Set Project (ESP)

      We are currently recruiting marking examiners for the following Employer-Set Projects:

      • Design and Development
      • Maintenance, Installation and Repair
      • Manufacturing, Processing and control.

      Further information on the subject matter covered which each of the projects can be found within the qualification materials on the 8730 qualification webpage. This includes Sample Projects and the Qualification Specification.

      For more information about T-Levels, how they are structured, and specific information about an individual qualification, please visit our T levels webpages.  

      How to Apply

      To apply for the role please

      • Follow the vacancy on the following link - T-Level roles  or Click on the role title(s) in the green box (top right of the screen) 
      • Type Marking Examiner in the search field and locate the specific role you would like to apply for 

      Person Specifications and Task Profiles can be found within the specific job advert. These outline the expectations of the roles including the times of the year marking activities will take place and guidance on how much time commitment will need to be given.

      It is important you read the task profile & person specification for the role and map your application to this. Applications that do not clearly show this are unlikely to be considered for the next stage of our recruitment process.  Your application will be delayed and may be rejected if the required occupational qualifications and/or experience are not listed.

      You need to submit an application for each role you are interested in, for example if you wish to mark an examination paper and an Employer Set Project you must submit applications against the specfic assessments you wish to mark.

      Next steps:

      Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis between now and March 2023, suitable applicants will be invited to attend training in 2023.   

  • Moderators (T Levels)

      For more information about T-Levels, how they are structured, and specific information about individual qualification, please visit our T- Levels website

      Click on the role title (s) in the green box (top right of the screen) to start your application

      As a T Levels Moderator you will:

        • Carry out provider visits between February and May.
        • Moderate Provider marking - conduct and document moderation, quality assurance and advisory activities with Providers, in line with quality assurance guidelines
        • Provide advice and guidance to Providers on moderation and marking of the internally assessed, externally moderated / validated assessments
        • Produce City & Guilds and Provider reports and feedback on quality of marking / assessment, collection of evidence, issues identified through the moderation process and best practice
        • Participate in training and standardisation activities to ensure continued improvement and consistent performance as a moderator

       

      It is important you read the person specification for the role and map your application to this.