End Point Assessor - Water Treatment Technician

  • Job Reference: 00005956-1
  • Date Posted: 23 May 2024
  • Recruiter: V Selective Recruitment
  • Website: https://www.v-selective.co.uk
  • Location: Home / Remote based with Travel
  • Remote Working: 100% remote working possible
  • Salary: On Application
  • Bonus/Benefits: Competive Day Rate
  • Sector: End Point Assessor, Assessor / Skills Coach
  • Job Type: Contract, Part Time

Job Description




V Selective are recruiting on behalf of an Ofqual recognised Apprenticeship End Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO).
As an organisation they are committed to quality, and deliver a rigorous apprenticeship end point assessment service.
Their service helps to ensure that apprentices, working within a range of industries, are able to do the job they are trained for.
Key industries they support include Gas, Power, Water, and Nuclear.


They currently require End Point Assessors for the Water Treatment Technician standard, to join their bank of Independent End Point Assessors.

‘Water Treatment Technicians are responsible for the development, installation and maintenance of water treatment programmes for water systems in industrial and commercial buildings, hotels and institutional premises including colleges, schools, hospitals and care homes.’


The role is offered on an associate basis via a zero hours contract.  The hours available vary dependent on demand, and registered EPAs always have a choice to accept assignments based on their availability. This role may be undertaken complementary to an existing substantive position with the permission of your current employer or within a wider portfolio of activities.

Upon taking assignments from the Service Delivery team, you will deliver end-point assessment for the water treatment technician apprenticeship standard and assessment method you are approved for.

You will undertake (remotely or directly) end point assessment activities (which may include practical observations and technical interviews), awarding a preliminary grade and ensuring that all assessment decisions are fair, objective, free of bias and based on all relevant evidence presented.

You will accurately record the outcomes of all end point assessment activity using assessment material submitting these records within required timescales.


  • A minimum of 5 years’ water treatment sector experience working at Level 5 or above, gained within the previous 10 years, and have completed a minimum of relevant continuing professional development (CPD) in the last year - you do not necessarily still need to be employed in the sector.
  • Holding an assessor qualification is desirable, gaining this will be supported if required.