Becoming an End Point Assessor

Becoming an End Point Assessor

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Become an End Point Assessor

We are always looking for talented industry experts to join our team to deliver a wide range of assessment services.

Our End Point Assessors play a vital role in assessing the next generation of energy and utilities professionals who are at the end of their apprenticeship programmes.

We are currently recruiting for assessors with experience in gas engineering and smart metering.

If you are a technical assessor or studying towards an assessor qualification and are interested in pursuing you career in end point assessment with us, we would be delighted to hear from you.

For an informal conversation about the opportunities with EUIAS, please call Steve Green on 07765253454

Alternatively, you can send your CV directly to: steven.green@euias.co.uk or complete our online enquiry form.


What does an End Point Assessor do? 

As part of our commitment to delivering an independent end point assessment service of apprenticeship standards, we maintain a database of independent technical experts, assessors and examiners that we work with for a range of activities, including:

  • Designing and developing the apprenticeship standard tools for end point assessment activities.
  • Providing independent technical experts and assessors to employers delivering apprenticeships.
  • Providing technical experts for the end point assessment activities. These activities include final decision panels, invigilation, audit, moderation and standardisation.

Why become an End Point Assessor for EUIAS?

  • We are an established, highly regarded end point assessment organisation
  • We offer competitive rates of pay
  • We provide a flexible, steady stream of work

Join our Network 

We are looking for individuals who a

  • Designing and developing the apprenticeship standard tools for end point assessment activities.
  • Providing independent technical experts and assessors to employers delivering apprenticeships.
  • Providing technical experts for the end point assessment activities. These activities include final decision panels, invigilation, audit, moderation and standardisation.

re experts of their technical field and hold (or be working towards) an end point assessor qualification in one of the following areas, ideally gained through operating in the energy & utilities sector:

  • Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician (Level 3) – Electrical Technicians, Mechanical Technicians, Control and Instrumentation Technicians, Wind Turbine Technicians, Electrical System and Process Control Technicians, Electromechanical Technicians and Plant Operations Technicians. Involves maintaining the safety, integrity and effective operation of plant and equipment in industries that are part of the national infrastructure engineering sector, such as electricity generating, oil and gas refining and pharmaceuticals.
  • Gas Engineering Operative (Level 3) – involves the safe installation, commission, decommission and the ongoing service and repair of gas appliances in either a domestic or non-domestic setting.
  • Gas Networks Craftsperson (Level 3) – Network Maintenance Craftsperson specialised in Electrical and Instrumentation – – Involves building, maintaining and repairing parts for the country’s gas network, to provide a reliable supply of gas to domestic, commercial and industrial users.
  • Gas Networks Craftsperson (Level 3) – Network Pipelines Maintenance Craftsperson – Involves building, maintaining and repairing parts for the country’s gas network, to provide a reliable supply of gas to domestic, commercial and industrial users.
  • Dual Fuel Smart Meter Installation (Level 2) – Involves safely installing, exchanging and maintaining smart meters, explaining to customers how they work and how to use energy more efficiently.
  • Water Process Technicians (Level 3) – Carry out reactive and routine maintenance on water process equipment, working on water supply and treatment, water networks and leakage, and wastewater.
  • Water Process and Water Network Operatives (Level 2) – Carry out operations in a clean water or waste water treatment facility to ensure water safety.

Find out more

If you are interested in pursuing a career as an assessor and would like to join our team of technical experts, assessors and examiners, we would be delighted to hear from you.

For an informal conversation about the opportunities with EUIAS, please call Steve Green on 07765253454

Alternatively, you can send your CV directly to: steven.green@euias.co.uk. or complete our online enquiry form.

You can also explore our current end point assessor jobs here.