APPLY TO BECOME AN ASSESSOR
Profile: Assessment of candidates
Job Responsibilities of the Assessor /Examiner: – Need to conduct an assessment for Govt.
Project/Scheme. By testing theory & practical knowledge.
We require Part Time Examiner/Assessor for Skill India Govt. Projects and in schemes like PMKVY.We are an assessment agency Affiliated / Empanelled with AMHSSC (Apparel Made-Ups and Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council) &few other SSC’sas an Assessment Agency.
All interested person wishes to join us as an assessor/invigilator/SME/State Coordinator may send his/her CV at firstname.lastname@example.org
Minimum Qualification : BE/B-Tech/Diploma/BSc/MSc/Graduate with more than 2Yrs experience in relevant field.
TOA (Training of Assessor) will be a mandate for all candidates according to Sector Skill Council guidelines.
Experience: 2 years (Preferred)
Education: Graduation (Preferred)
Desired Candidate Profile:
Candidate should have good communication skills.
Should be able to take responsibility.
Be a self-motivator.
Should have suitable exp of 2 years and more
Candidate should be open to travel
VedoktSkill& Consulting Private Limited
Vedokt skill is an assessment body who works with various Sector Skill Council under skill India project.A well-balanced team at the helm and are focused on quality execution of skill assessments PAN India.
- Beauty & Wellness etc.
Assessor General Information –
Assessors are academy / industry professionals & they act as Assessors. They have been approved and vetted by SSC (Sector Skill Council) and are compensated for their activities as an independent contractor. Their function is to facilitate the smooth flow of activities during the assessment. In other words they are there to organize, observe and record candidate activities.
I. Requirements for Approval
- Fully complete and submit the required Application Form to VSCPL Headquarters within the time frames required in this policy, along with any other information requested by the VSCPL. Applications must be “technically complete” by the submitter deadline, which means that all applicant requirements are completed, and all information, documents or materials required by policy have been submitted, by the deadline set forth in this policy.
- Submit within the time frames required in this policy all required application documentation, any documents required in any Performance Assessment Descriptions that applies to the type of Assessor approval sought, and any other documents requested by the VSCPL, including but not limited to a signed Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement, Release of Liability Agreement and the Ethics Policy and Code of Conduct.
- Demonstrate Compliance. Demonstrate the ability to comply with all VSCPL policies, procedures and requirements, including but not limited to this Policy for VSCPL Approved Assessors, and any requirements set forth in any PAD that applies to the type of Assessor approval sought.
- It is recommended that new Assessor applicants and Assessors adding designations be present at the Performance Assessment Board meeting (generally online) at which the application is considered, in order to address any comments, questions or issues that arise.
- Obtaining approval from the VSCPL Board of Directors. The initial VSCPL Assessor approval for any designation shall be for a one-year period.
- Required Certifications.Assessor-applicants must obtain a TOA (Training of Assessor) passing certificate in the applied sector from SSC with a determination of “Proficient” or 80% grade or higher. This requirement may be modified or waived by the BOD for the initial Assessors approved for a new VSCPL approved designation.
- Instructional Training. Assessor-applicants must have attended and successfully completed an VSCPL “Training of Assessor”.
- ToA Exam Attendance. New Assessor-applicants must attend a ToA exam for the sector that is being applied for as an observer.
Assessor applicants must submit a typed, properly documented Curriculum Vitae (CV) (i.e. resume). This CV must adequately document the background, education, work experience, and other information relevant to the applicant, and should include:
- Personal background information.
- Public speaking or teaching credentials, including any previous teaching experience in the applied for subject area and other technical areas.
- Work history including job descriptions and dates.
- Performance review/assessment experience
Applications and any supporting materials deemed incomplete or unacceptable by the Performance Assessment Committee may be returned to the applicant for further processing.