Lecturer in Secondary Education (Geography)

University of Huddersfield - Education and Professional Development

Permanent, Part-time (0.4 FTE)

We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified, committed, and experienced professional to join a small, enthusiastic, and highly successful team to deliver our Secondary Initial Teacher Education programmes. Teaching will focus on preparing trainees to teach their specialist subject within the secondary curriculum as well as contributing to wider professional studies.

The ability to liaise with colleagues in a range of institutions will be an essential requirement in order to support the trainees’ professional development during their school based training; support school based mentors to enhance consistency of provision; share good practice and contribute to the continuing development of our partnerships with schools and employers.

The successful candidate will be an experienced teacher with a passion for and commitment to the development of the next generation of teachers. They will be able to model outstanding practice and use their experience to inform and guide trainees to become excellent practitioners.

We provide an exciting, stimulating place to learn and work. Our standards of academic achievement are high, our environment is inspiring and we embrace innovation in all that we do. And with exceptional opportunities for staff development, our students are not the only ones who thrive here.

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

 For further details about this post and to make an application please visit http://hud.ac/ecf.

Closing Date: 23 April 2018.

Interview Date: 24 May 2018.

Working for Equal Opportunities.

Innovative University. Inspiring Employer.

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