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Skills for Logistics (2015) Ltd

Skills for Logistics (2015) Ltd 
Bristol, England 
Up to £200 per day plus travel expenses 
10 Apr 2019 
8 May 2019 

LGV Assessor - Self Employed Megan

LGV Assessor - Self Employed


Position: self-employed End-Point Assessor for Skills for Logistics.
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Bristol
Pay: Up to £200-day rate

Self-employed End-Point Assessor  

Skills for Logistics is a not-for-profit organisation who are passionate about the industry skills agenda. We are an innovative, student focused End-Point Assessment organisation with a number of prestigious contracts and additional prospective contracts to follow next year.

We are looking for a self-employed End Point Assessor for Large Goods Vehicles (LGV) Driver trailblazer standard. Current logistics industry experience is essential as is a Cat C driving license and an assessor qualification.

As an End-Point Assessor you will be reporting to the Head of Delivery, the role may include but not limited to:

  • Assess the performance of candidates in accordance with published assessment and grading criteria and procedures, ensuring quality assurance is maintained.

  • Ensure all EPA is carried out with the level of quality Skills for Logistics provides.

  • Take part in regular and standardised training association with the EPA action.

These roles will have permanent placements and we offer a unique range of benefits and flexible contracts will also be provided for loyal assessors.

If you require more information or wish to apply. Please contact Megan Coombes on 0117 9278800 or email

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