ESB Assessor

NationwideContract daily rate

Reports to: Senior Examiner

Main functions of work:

  • To encourage, listen to, question and assess candidates against ESB criteria
  • To provide a typed report on each candidate
  • To discuss and advise on the selection of qualification and /or repertoire, as well as advising on teaching methods for an ESB course
  • To act as an ambassador for ESB and may be called upon to talk to teachers and/or parents

Main areas of responsibility:

  • Assessment of candidates
  • Be familiar with ESB philosophy, qualifications and criteria and to assess accordingly
  • Set a relaxed atmosphere in which candidates feel at ease to give of their best
  • Encourage and promote effective communication
  • Listen and respond to each candidate with an open mind and free from prejudice
  • Question and discuss with a genuine interest
  • Ensure members of the group are involved throughout
  • Ensure each candidate is given the time set out in the relevant qualification
  • Assess each candidate fairly and with due attention to ESB criteria
  • Complete a report on each candidate, giving constructive criticism, encouragement and clear goals for future development
  • Ensure comments and marks are in agreement
Why become an Assessor for ESB? Click here to find out. 
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" As well as visiting new places across the UK, and meeting other assessors, I feel the biggest sense of achievement when candidates leave the assessment looking happy and often wanting to say more."
- June Challis, ESB assessor (Language) 

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