Become a CIPS Assessor


CIPS review its on-going resource requirements for assessment delivery regularly  and recruit and train Assessment Consultants as appropriate with its requirements.

A pre-requisite to become a CIPS assessor is current MCIPS and up-to-date CPD. Assessment consultants are required to formally record their CPD activity and to provide this record to CIPS annually. As a minimum, assessment consultants are expected to undertake 30 hours learning in relation to the topics covered within the CIPS Global Standard, this should include the CIPS ethics test. CIPS requires that assessors undertake CPD  in order to keep up-to-date and be able to respond competently to changes in the business environment, organisational requirements or client needs. Details of the CPD requirements for members are detailed on the CIPS website.

We are now seeking to appoint the following roles:

    Become a CIPS corporate award programme assessor (UK ONLY)

    Opportunity to become a CIPS Corporate Award Programme Assessor

    As CIPS embarks on an exciting venue to increase our offering of online assessments we are seeking to expand our team of Corporate Award Programme Assessors. This is an excellent opportunity for procurement professionals with practitioner experience to become involved with the institute and to expand their expertise to support the profession.

    We are seeking to recruit Assessors with procurement practitioner experience to undertake marking of candidate assignment submissions on the Corporate Award Programme.

    It is essential for CIPS Assessors:

    To hold current MCIPS/FCIPS designation

    To have a minimum of one year’s practitioner experience, following the achievement of MCIPS

    To hold chartered status

    To be up to date with the CIPS ethics test

    Responsibilities of a CIPS Corporate Award programme Assessor (Download Full Job Description)

    • marking allocated candidate assignment submissions
    • writing high quality candidate feedback reports
    • undertaking standardisation

    The work is based on a consultancy basis and is paid per assignment submission marked, on acceptance by the Moderator. This is subject to a minimum of one cohort of marking per month.

    If interested please send your current CV to cap.assessment@cips.org

    If you have any questions please contact CAP Assessment Standards Lead Clare Rippin on 01780761556

    CIPS Corporate Award Programme Assessor (MOD experience required)

    Opportunity to become a CIPS Corporate Award Programme Assessor (MOD experience required)

    As CIPS embarks on an exciting venue to increase our offering of online assessments we are seeking to expand our team of Corporate Award Programme Assessors within the MOD environment. This is an excellent opportunity for procurement professionals with practitioner and MOD experience to become involved with the institute and to expand their expertise to support the profession. 
    We are seeking to recruit Assessors with MOD experience to undertake marking of candidate assignment submissions on the Corporate Award Programme. It is essential for CIPS CAP Assessors:
    To hold current MCIPS/FCIPS designation 
    To have a minimum of one year’s practitioner experience, following the achievement of MCIPS
    To hold chartered status
    To be up to date with the CIPS ethics test 
    Responsibilities of a CIPS Corporate Award programme Assessor (download full job description)
    marking allocated assignment submissions
    writing high quality candidate feedback reports
    undertaking standardisation 
    The work is based on a consultancy basis and is paid per assignment submission marked, on acceptance by the Moderator. This is subject to a minimum of one cohort of marking per month.
    If interested please send your current CV to cap.assessment@cips.org.  
    If you have any questions please contact CAP Assessment Standards Lead Clare Rippin on 01780761556 

    Opportunity to become a CIPS Corporate Award Programme Assessor (MOD experience required)

    As CIPS embarks on an exciting venue to increase our offering of online assessments we are seeking to expand our team of Corporate Award Programme Assessors within the MOD environment. This is an excellent opportunity for procurement professionals with practitioner and MOD experience to become involved with the institute and to expand their expertise to support the profession. 

    We are seeking to recruit Assessors with MOD experience to undertake marking of candidate assignment submissions on the Corporate Award Programme. It is essential for CIPS CAP Assessors:To hold current MCIPS/FCIPS designation To have a minimum of one year’s practitioner experience, following the achievement of MCIPSTo hold chartered statusTo be up to date with the CIPS ethics test 

    Responsibilities of a CIPS Corporate Award programme Assessor

    Download Full Job Description

     

    • marking allocated assignment submissions
    • writing high quality candidate feedback reports
    • undertaking standardisation 

    The work is based on a consultancy basis and is paid per assignment submission marked, on acceptance by the Moderator. This is subject to a minimum of one cohort of marking per month.

    If interested please send your current CV to cap.assessment@cips.org.  If you have any questions please contact CAP Assessment Standards Lead Clare Rippin on 01780761556 

    Opportunity to become a CIPS Corporate Award Programme Assessor (MOD experience required)As CIPS embarks on an exciting venue to increase our offering of online assessments we are seeking to expand our team of Corporate Award Programme Assessors within the MOD environment. This is an excellent opportunity for procurement professionals with practitioner and MOD experience to become involved with the institute and to expand their expertise to support the profession. We are seeking to recruit Assessors with MOD experience to undertake marking of candidate assignment submissions on the Corporate Award Programme. It is essential for CIPS CAP Assessors:To hold current MCIPS/FCIPS designation To have a minimum of one year’s practitioner experience, following the achievement of MCIPSTo hold chartered statusTo be up to date with the CIPS ethics test Responsibilities of a CIPS Corporate Award programme Assessor (download full job description)• marking allocated assignment submissions• writing high quality candidate feedback reports• undertaking standardisation The work is based on a consultancy basis and is paid per assignment submission marked, on acceptance by the Moderator. This is subject to a minimum of one cohort of marking per month.If interested please send your current CV to cap.assessment@cips.org.  If you have any questions please contact CAP Assessment Standards Lead Clare Rippin on 01780761556 

    Assessment Author

     

    CIPS is the premier global organisation serving the procurement and supply profession. Dedicated to promoting best practice. 
    We are now seeking to appoint the following roles:
    Become a CIPS Assessment Author
    CIPS is seeking to expand our team of assessment authors. This is an excellent opportunity for procurement professionals to become more involved with the Institute and to expand their expertise to support the profession.
    We are seeking to recruit procurement experts to develop objective response (also known as multiple choice) questions for the certificate and diploma level qualifications. Previous experience is useful, but full training will be provided in two remote on-line sessions. It is essential that authors hold current MCIPS/ FCIPS and Charter designation and are up-to-date with the CIPS ethics test. 
    Responsibilities of a CIPS assessment author 
    Generate questions using the online tool as directed by CIPS Assessment Standards.
    To ensure that academic standards in line with the CIPS specification are met.
    To maintain current CPD records in procurement including the CIPS Ethics test.
    For full details, please Download full job description  
    The work is provided on a consultancy basis and is paid per question, on acceptance by the Senior Standards Verifier. CIPS typically commission in batches of 15 at a time to enable authors to manage their other commitments. 
    To find out more about the role please contact Awarding Assessment Leads Claire Purvis or Jennifer Houghton on ALA@CIPS.org or send your CV and a covering letter to ALA@CIPS.org

    CIPS is the premier global organisation serving the procurement and supply profession. Dedicated to promoting best practice. 


    We are now seeking to appoint the following roles:


    Become a CIPS Assessment Author


    CIPS is seeking to expand our team of assessment authors. This is an excellent opportunity for procurement professionals to become more involved with the Institute and to expand their expertise to support the profession.

    We are seeking to recruit procurement experts to develop objective response (also known as multiple choice) questions for the certificate and diploma level qualifications. Previous experience is useful, but full training will be provided in two remote on-line sessions. It is essential that authors hold current MCIPS/ FCIPS and Charter designation and are up-to-date with the CIPS ethics test.

    Responsibilities of a CIPS assessment author 

     

    • Generate questions using the online tool as directed by CIPS Assessment Standards.
    • To ensure that academic standards in line with the CIPS specification are met.
    • To maintain current CPD records in procurement including the CIPS Ethics test.

    For full details, please Download full job description.

    The work is provided on a consultancy basis and is paid per question, on acceptance by the Senior Standards Verifier. CIPS typically commission in batches of 15 at a time to enable authors to manage their other commitments.

    To find out more about the role please contact Awarding Assessment Leads Claire Purvis or Jennifer Houghton on ALA@CIPS.org or send your CV and a covering letter to ALA@CIPS.org

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