LCCI Task writer (International).
Pearson are seeking writers to support the development and delivery of assessments for LCCI qualifications. In particular for the writing and marking of exam papers.
You can use your knowledge and expertise to contribute to the robust and expedient delivery of qualifications. You can also build upon your professional qualifications; adding another area of expertise and experience to your CV.
Pearson London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) International examinations are a symbol of business expertise and success, and are recognised throughout the world. They are work-related qualifications, created to give professional learners the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in the workplace. The examinations assess the professional knowledge of the subject and are tested in English. Pearson LCCI International qualifications are offered through a growing network of over 4,000 centres, supported by extensive learning resources and easy online administration. These qualifications are for business in a range of subject areas:
Financial and Quantitative
Marketing and Customer Service
Business, Administration and IT
We are seeking Writers for the following qualifications:
Accounting Level 3
Bookkeeping Level 1
Bookkeeping and Accounting Level 2
Business Calculations Level 2 and 3
Business Fundamentals Level 2
Business Principals and Enterprise Level 3
Business Statistics Level 3
Computerised Accounting Level 3
Customer experience and communications Level 3
Digital Marketing and Analytics Level 3
Financial Accounting Level 3 and 4
Applicants must have a degree or equivalent, and a minimum of one year’s teaching experience in the relevant subject. A teaching qualification is desirable, but not essential for all roles.
Duties and Responsibilities
You will be required to:
Produce a question paper, mark scheme and assessment objective grid.
Complete a copyright request form where appropriate and necessary.
If relevant, you must also seek to ensure parity of standards across optional questions in the paper.
Produce working draft materials.
Edit materials in response to a review of the working draft tasks by the Chair of Examiners/Chief Examiner/Assessment Leader.
Produce revised draft(s) in response to a review of the edited materials by the Reviser/ Chair of Examiners/Chief Examiner/Assessment Leader.
Complete and sign checklist forms at each of the designated stages of production.
Attend the Qualification Paper Evaluation
In conjunction with the Chief Examiner you are responsible for:
Demonstrating how the specification’s content and assessment criteria and objectives have been met in the question tasks. This may take the form of a grid
Ensuring that the manner in which the content is tested in the question tasks is clear and fit for purpose
Ensuring that, where candidates may choose between questions, it can be demonstrated that any permitted combination of questions provides for the coverage of a similar balance of content and assessment criteria
Taking account of feedback from previous assessment sessions, including Committee (QPEC) meeting.
Amend materials following QPEC as required.
Recommendations from relevant monitoring reports
Ensuring that the final question tasks meet the specification content and assessment objectives
As part of the application process, you are required to complete a task. A document with details of the task is attached to the vacancy.
Please ensure to complete and submit the task to us through associate.pearson.com within 7 days of submitting your form (please select General Enquiries under Category Type)
For information on the Pearson LCCI qualifications:
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