Here you will find information on the responsibilities and requirements of an assessor and on how to make your application.
Become an assessor
Confirmation of competence requires expertise. Because the outcome of the technical evaluation made during an assessment determines whether accreditation can be granted. Are you interested in contributing your expertise as an assessor at DAkkS on a fee basis? Learn more here.
What sets our assessors apart
DAkkS assessors have a high level of technical expertise and knowledge of the standards in their field. In the accreditation procedure, you will verify the technical competence of conformity assessment bodies such as laboratories, inspection bodies and certification bodies. As a DAkkS assessor governed by public law, you will also have access to sector committees and play an active role in shaping committee work. Through regular participation in the training courses in place at DAkkS, you will be kept up to date with the latest knowledge on issues relevant to accreditation and have the opportunity to exchange your experience with other DAkkS assessors on an ongoing basis.
We need your competence: career opportunities
There are several ways for you to contribute your competences as an assessor or technical expert at DAkkS on a full-time and/or part-time basis:
- As a technical expert, you will contribute specific knowledge or expertise with regard to the scope of accreditation to be assessed.
- As a technical assessor, you will mainly assess the technical components of the conformity assessments of a body (technical assessment).
- As a system assessor, you will focus primarily on assessing the quality management of a conformity assessment body (system assessment).