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IPMA Lead Quality Developer

The Lead Quality Developer supports the assessment writing process and ensures the quality of the IPMA assessors. This is done by acting as the lead reviewer of assessments and ensuring assessors mark to agreed standards and within set tolerances. The Lead Question developer will need to be a Project, Programme and Portfolio Management subject specialist and have expertise in assessment development and assessment delivery.

We are recruiting for one IPMA Lead Quality Developer.


IPMA Lead Quality Developers will earn £500 for each day worked (or £62.50 for each hour worked).

It is estimated that the role requires the holder to be available for work that arises on an ad hoc basis.


Interested in becoming one of our IPMA Lead Quality Developers?

Please email us to apply 

Please indicate, within the e-mail, which qualifications you wish to be the IPMA Lead Quality Developer for, a covering letter explaining why you think you're suitable for the role and attach your CV. 

If you would like further information on the role please see the Role Description below

Applications close 10 January 2022.


Interviews will be held for this role, they will commence from Monday 24 January 2022. If we have not contacted you by Monday 24 January 2022 please assume your application has been unsuccessful.


Role Description


The IPMA Lead Quality Developer flexible contract information pack 


Please bear in mind you may only be appointed to one role across the suite of qualifications.

You can be appointed as a Senior examiner for one qualification and be a marker/assessor/question writer in another but not within the same qualification, for example you could be appointed as the Chair of Examiners for the PMQ and Risk level 2 qualifications and be a marker for one of the IPMA qualifications, but you could not be the Chair of Examiners for the PMQ and Risk level 2 qualifications and a marker for PMQ.

APM is committed to the principle of public appointments based on merit with independent assessment, openness and transparency of process. It is also committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified applicants irrespective of religious belief, gender, race, political opinion, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation.