Special Instructional Officer, RSMS
— 12th December 2017
- Location: RSMS, Denison Barracks, Hermitage, Thatcham, Berkshire
- Company: Ministry of Defence (Royal School of Military Survey)
- Salary: £24,934
- Closing Date: 12/01/2018
a. Delivering instruction on MSc, BSc, FDSc and Defence courses.
b. Ensuring the provision of GIS and related technical and educational material for student learning.
c. Participation in RSMS quality assurance and implement any recorded actions in consultation with BL GIS (Applied).
d. Maintaining technical proficiency and currency.
e. The development and issue of appropriate assessment tasks for GIS related topics.
f. Maintaining professional links with appropriate institutions, academic and/or military organisations and industry.
g. Support and supervise student research projects as appropriate.
a. Prepare and mark coursework, assessments and examinations.
b. Advise and where appropriate provide input to student reports, as required.
c. Prepare, review, maintain and revise appropriate learning resources and documentation.
d. Technical and administrative support work in connection with the efficient delivery of modules and courses.
Desirable: A recognised professional teaching qualification that equates to at least Level 5 on the NQF.
Teaching experience is desirable but not essential. The successful applicant should be prepared to undertake further training in teaching, learning and assessment.
We'll assess you against these competencies during the selection process:
- Changing and improving
- Making effective decisions
- Leading and communicating
- Collaborating and partnering
- Building capability for all
- Managing a quality service
Civil Service Competency Framework
Things you need to know
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Selection process details
All candidates will be required to complete an online Assessment Exercise (AE) as part of the application process. The AE is 30 minutes long, and must be completed by midnight on the closing date, so please allow sufficient time. Internet access will be required for the duration of the AE.
You will only have one opportunity to take the AE for this particular vacancy and only candidates reaching the required standard will have their applications considered by the Recruiting Line Manager. Unsuccessful candidates will be notified by email.
Candidates who pass the AE will hold a ‘banked score’ and will be exempt from completing another AE for vacancies advertised at the same grade over the ensuing 6 months.
If you already hold a banked score, but you are invited to take the AE again, please contact the DBS Enquiry Centre on 0800 345 7772 or email email@example.com to ensure that your application is progressed to the next stage.
If you require any particular arrangements (for example due to a disability or health problem) to be made in order for you to complete the on-line test you MUST contact the DBS Enquiry Centre on 0800 345 7772 BEFORE accessing the on-line test.
Feedback will only be provided if you attend an interview or assessment.
Working for the Civil Service
We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition, as outlined in the Civil Service Commission's recruitment principles.
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Contact point for applicants
Tel Civ: 01635 204301. Tel Mil: 94231 4234.
Sift/interview dates and location
Applicants should monitor their Civil Service Jobs application centre regularly for updates.
Applicants that are invited to interview will be asked to forward their last two completed Performance Appraisal Reports to the Recruiting Line Manager at least 2 working days before the date of the interview.
Some of MoD’s Terms and Conditions of Service (TACOS) changed from 3 February 2014. Those TACOS changes applied to Broader Banded and Skill Zone staff who were new recruits to MoD or who were appointed to a post on substantive promotion, progression or advancement. On the same basis, the TACOS for Departmental Retained Grades changed with effect from 01 September 2014. The document attached to this advertisement provides more information.
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Therefore, if you wish to discuss your feedback, or you are dissatisfied with your markings, you should in the first instance raise this with the Recruiting Line Manager of the vacancy.
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Defence Business Services
PO Box 38
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