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WMG Associate Tutor Independent End Point Assessor, Digital and Technology Solutions professional (DTSP) Degree Apprenticeship

As part of our exciting BSc (Hons) Digital and Technology Solutions (DTS) Degree Apprenticeship programme, apprentices undertake an End Point Assessment (EPA) as detailed in the DTS Standard (ST0119) assessment plan. We are seeking EPA Assessors with technical expertise (typically evidenced by a relevant postgraduate/doctoral qualification and experience) and the ability to conduct assessments in one of the following areas: [Software, Data and software with data streams]. Assessors will need to have flexible availability during the assessment period between 22nd of April 2024 and 13th of May 2024 for the mock presentations and between 20th of May 2024 and 10th of June 2024 for the final presentation. The contract for this post will be hourly paid, and actual pay will be determined by the work undertaken. Each assessment is allocated a total of 5.5 hours per presentation. This includes activities such as reviewing projects and portfolios, delivering practice or formal presentations, and marking, composing, and uploading feedback. The number of allocated assessments will depend on the type of expertise and the number of available assessors.

The WMG Department offer the following exciting Associate Tutor Independent End Point Assessor opportunity. Please click on the link below to find out more information about this opportunity.

WMG Associate Tutor Opportunities

WMG is one of the largest departments at the University of Warwick with over 800 staff, world renowned for providing innovative solutions to industry through its research, development and education programmes. Our industry focussed education portfolio includes nearly 3,000 students studying management, technology and applied engineering subjects, at postgraduate and undergraduate level. We have high expectations for our teaching and our courses are regularly ranked top in the UK and amongst the leading courses in their field in the world.

Associate Tutors support delivery of existing modules and courses. This occurs through support of small group teaching/seminars, assessment and project supervision. Associate Tutors are affiliated with an Education Discipline Group and are part of the WMG Community. We are seeking individuals with either an academic or relevant industry background who are committed to an excellent student experience, have appropriate teaching experience and are able to work flexibly. Associate Tutors primarily work with postgraduate students, studying both full and part-time. The teaching delivery model is based block teaching providing flexibility in commitment.

The WMG Department offer the following exciting Associate Tutor opportunities linked below. Please click on each link to find out more information about each opportunity.

How to apply

If you would like to be considered for any of the Associate Tutor opportunities listed above, please send a cover letter, outlining which opportunities would you like to be considered for, and a copy of your CV to

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