GL Assessment is a thriving and fast moving business with a strong and resourceful team at its heart. As the leading provider of formative assessments in the UK we have an excellent reputation amongst primary and secondary schools, and we are rapidly expanding our reach in international markets as well – we work with ministries and schools in over 100 countries around the world.
We value our team and offer real opportunities for growth and development for the right candidate. Working at GL Assessment gives you all the benefits being part of a large and reliable organisation with all the agility, energy and informality of a small enterprise.
We look for innovators, collaborators and experts within their field. Join GL Assessment and you will have the chance to make a real difference to both our organisation and the schools, teachers and pupils that we work with.
If you want to be part of our continuing success story, then we would love to hear from you.
Our new creative hub in West London is home to our publishing, sales and marketing teams. With onsite café and gym, easy access to tube and train, and ample car parking space it’s clear to see why our team love our new open plan office space.
With its excellent transport links, Swindon is an ideal location for our warehouse and customer services team. This close knit team provide the first point of call for customers and are the backbone of our business. It’s a lively and energetic place to work.
Located in the heart of the Northern Powerhouse, our technical team have their own home with an environment specially created to suit the needs of digital developers.
The Oxford office is the home of Boardworks, creators of Doddle, our online platform for resources, homework and assessment. Located just off the trendy Cowley road and a stone's throw from the heart of this historic city, this is a fantastic place to work.
Take a look at our current vacancies in our offices below.
GL Assessment have a new opportunity for an experienced Account Manager to join our team in Brentford.
The Account Manager will provide account management and support to our account customers. You will build relationships, identify product and training needs and provide support throughout the customer lifecycle.
GL Assessment have a new opportunity for an Admissions Testing Service Delivery Coordinator to join our team in Swindon.
The Admissions Testing Service Delivery Coordinator will report to the Swindon Operations Manager and will be responsible for coordinating the accurate delivery of all Admission Test (AT) orders so that customer reports are generated within the set SLA’s as agreed and all expectations are met.
GL Assessment have a new opportunity for an experienced Part-time Account Manager to join our team in Oxford.
Our Account Managers are the “face” of our company; the go-to people for our clients. You will be an enthusiastic people person who wants to make things happen and our customers feel loved.You’ll be fascinated by education and the role technology can play in making it better, and capable of building strong, collaborative relationships with the teachers you’ll work with.Your goal is to make sure our schools stay with us by ensuring that our teachers get maximum benefit from their Doddle subscription, and to provide ongoing advice and data analysis to support this.
GL Assessment are currently looking for a Trial Coordinator on a 9-month FTC.
The Trial Coordinator will provide support to the Admissions Testing (AT) Project Manager and Publishing Team, ensuring all education based 11+ trialling project requirements are met. These projects will include school recruitment, trialling, standardisation, reporting and analysis stages for all new product development in addition to other tasks as required, for example, market research or engagement of customers in development decisions.
We are currently looking for a Part time Commissioning Editor to join our team in Oxford on a 12-month FTC.
The Commissioning Editor is responsible for the delivery of market-focussed digital educational resources, from commissioning authoring to the final digital files published online. Working closely with the Head of Production or Publisher, the Commissioning Editor takes ownership of projects by proactively engaging and managing external suppliers and internal design, development and editorial personnel attached to the project. The Commissioning Editor is also responsible for helping to form and carry out a publishing strategy that meets the overall aims of the company.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a skilled Developer to join our team in Oxford (9-month FTC).
The Developer will work with the Lead Developer and Head of Production to manually refactor Flash activities to HTML and ensure they work within our web application. The Developer will be working to a tight timeline and making strategic decisions in collaboration with other team members to improve the speed of the project and reduce risk. You will have the freedom to select appropriate technologies to use to elegantly solve unique conversion challenges, while paying special attention to ensuring functionality across a range of devices and browsers and fidelity of the HTML version to the original Flash source file.
We are currently looking for Project Editors to join our team on a 14-18-month FTC basis. The Project Editors that will be working with a small, dedicated team of editors and developers to convert all our Flash-based educational resources to HTML. The Project Editors will be working with the latest Adobe software, Animate CC, as well as bespoke in-house tools and processes. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about the challenges facing digital publishers and to get hands on experience with new technologies.
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