If you wish to be considered for any future roles, please email your CV to our recruitment team – where your CV will be stored on file for 12 months.

*Please note, NEBDN operates across the UK with its head office based in the North West of England.


Quality Assurance and Accreditation Advisor

We are currently recruiting for a Quality Assurance and Accreditation Advisor to join our team.

The Quality Assurance and Accreditation Advisor is responsible for maintaining the integrity of Provider Assessed activities, ensuring assessment criteria is applied consistently and assessment outcomes across all NEBDN portfolios are fair, valid, and reliable. This includes checking assessment decisions are appropriate by individual learner, by Provider and by course, providing feedback as part of a continuous improvement cycle where common trends are highlighted and areas of best practice are shared.

The role holder is also required to lead the Provider accreditation process for new Providers and existing Providers who wish to deliver additional NEBDN qualifications. This involves checking their compliance against our standards, managing actions and monitoring progress during the onboarding process, making a final recommendation to the External Quality Manager. In addition to working closely with Engagement to ensure prospective providers are supported from first enquiry to accreditation and facilitating the smooth transition and effective handover to our Customer Support team.

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Full time – remote position

Salary £35,000

Closing date 3 March 2024 

To apply for the position, please email your CV to

Clinical/Lay Trustee

We have a new opportunity for clinical and lay Trustees to join our team! Currently the Board is made up of 10 Trustees and you will be replacing those who have completed their time in position.

What will you be doing?
• Preparing for and attending approximately six meetings of the Board each year
• Attending NEBDN’s AGM/conference each year
• Being a member of, and participating in, one of its subcommittees – this will include a mixture
of face-to-face meetings, teleconferences/video conferencing, and work outside the meetings
• Attending the annual strategic planning day. (usually held in October each year)
• Ad hoc assistance as required

Time and commitment
Overall the time commitment is approximately 10 days a year plus preparation time.

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Voluntary role 

Closing date 8 March 2024

To apply for the position, please complete the Trustee recruitment form, and email your CV to