Recruitment open for Corporate Route Assessors
Posted by APM on 30th Nov 2015
The APM is pleased to work alongside our corporate members to recognise learning undertaken through in-house training and development, and offer shortened routes to Registered Project Professional with exemptions where applicable. These exemptions are based on the format in which the evidence is presented for Portfolio Assessment, and can result in altered interview time for the Professional Review. With a number of new corporate routes in the pipeline, we are looking to expand the pool of assessors that are available to assess these corporate routes.
Information on the requirements, and recruitment process are available in the role description attached. Those interested should outline how they meet the criteria, providing evidence of how these have been demonstrated, either through RP assessments, or other assessments that they have conducted. This should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday 29 January 2016.
Initial selection will be based on the evidence provided against the essential criteria detailed. Further information on the recruitment and training process is provided in the role description.
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