The ASI Assessor for the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) program will be responsible for the planning and conduct of assessments for the GSTC accreditation program.
Assessors play an essential role in ensuring the robustness and credibility of the GSTC accreditation program by evaluating conformity of certification bodies.
The position provides an opportunity for intellectually challenging and stimulating work on a variety of activities covering interaction with the GSTC, scheduling assessments, customer management with CABs, conducting GSTC accreditation assessments, managing incidents and complaints, etc.
- Planning, performing and following-up on ASI assessments of applicant and accredited CABs, conducted in accordance with the requirements of GSTC.
- Planning and performing surveillance assessments.
- Creating and maintaining strong, trusting relations with CABs so that problems can be quickly and easily resolved.
- Preparing assessment reports and following up on nonconformities according to accreditation standards and ASI procedures.
- Commenting on policy and procedure development processes as necessary.
- Providing technical support on issues relating to complaints, appeals and stakeholder concerns.
- Being in close contact with other ASI team members, such as Accreditation Program Officers, Quality Manager, Assessors and trainees, to ensure that accreditation programs, ASI and other related requirements are fully and consistently implemented throughout the program.
For more information about Competencies and Skills, Qualification and work experience, Working Conditions, and How to apply: Vacancy: Assessor for the GSTC accreditation program
The deadline for sending applications is 30 November 2017.
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Accreditation Services International GmbH (ASI) is the global company that assures the integrity of leading sustainability standards. ASI offers third-party accreditation for voluntary certification schemes, e.g. the Forest Stewardship Council, the Marine Stewardship Council, the Aquaculture Stewardship Council, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials, the Sustainable Biomass Partnership, and the Global Sustainable Tourism Council. ASI is headquartered in Bonn, Germany with a regional office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.