Mortgage Advisor End-Point Assessor, Nationwide

£200 per day

Posted 3 weeks ago | ref: 182380

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Protocol are proud to be working for a leading End-Point Assessment Organisation – looking for high level experts in their field. As an assessor in the Mortgage Advisor Level 3 qualification, you will be assessing learners  their final stage of their qualification.

 

Essential Assessor Knowledge:

A broad awareness of the structure of the Financial Services industry and an in-depth knowledge of the structure of their own company; the purpose of the role in which they work and how this interacts with key roles associated with the mortgage advice process e.g. Customer Advisers, Underwriters, Product Providers and Compliance.

Has an awareness of the wider mortgage sector, its customers, competitors and suppliers and the need for efficient and cost-effective practices for the company to be successful. Understands the local market in which they operate, how to keep up to date with industry developments and the need to build a network of professional contacts to support the development of their business.

Will have one or a few of the following certificates:

  • Financial Services and Regulation (CeMAP1)
  • Mortgages (CeMAP2)
  • Assessment of Mortgage Advice and Knowledge (CeMAP3)

The CII Certificate Includes the following 2 examinations:

  • UK Financial Services Regulation and Ethics (CF1)
  • Mortgage Advice (CF6)

 

The Chartered Banker Institute

Independent assessment ensures apprentices have the Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours detailed in the Standard. This standard specifies a range of Knowledge and Skills that together form the Core Competencies of the role. Apprentices are assessed using different methods to demonstrate competence.

We are looking to interview immediately. If you are interested in working at this fantastic Organisation and are available for interview, please apply with your CV and daytime contact number.

 

Protocol promotes equal rights and is an employment business under The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Work is undertaken on a self-employed basis under contract with Protocol. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required for all Protocol assignments. All positions advertised by Protocol comply with the Agency Workers Regulations 2010.

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