|Salary:||£41,931 to £52,841 per annum|
|Placed On:||24th March 2023|
|Closes:||30th April 2023|
Location: St John’s Campus
Closing Date: Sunday 30 April 2023
Interview Date: Wednesday 10 May 2023
The Primary Education Department in the Institute of Education is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (Teaching) in Primary Education as a Mentor Lead (Primary Phase). Candidates will ideally also have a specialism or interest in another area of primary education (curriculum or pedagogy) and/or initial teacher education (please state on your application). A specialism such as science is particularly welcome but all aspects are considered.
The University of Worcester (UW) has long been noted for its high quality and innovative provision in Education. As a good provider of ITE across all our provision, we are nationally recognised for our overall quality and high sustained employment rates of our new teachers. In this context, the School of Education is seeking to appoint an inspirational and excellent Senior Lecturer in Primary Education as a Mentor Lead (Primary Phase), with a strong commitment to maintain and further develop our excellent reputation in teacher education and training.
We welcome applications from school colleagues as well as those already working in ITE. The successful appointee will have significant and relevant primary teaching experience along with some successful experience of mentoring and coaching, initial teacher education, teaching in Higher Education or teaching adults (CPD in school, for example).
The successful candidate will also contribute to subject and module leadership, course development and teaching in their specialist area on our range of undergraduate and postgraduate ITE courses, as well as on postgraduate professional development programmes for teachers and other professionals working with children. In order to maintain our strong reputation for and commitment to an excellent student experience, we are seeking an inspirational teacher for this role who can model excellent practice in their teaching and inspire trainee teachers to achieve their potential in the classroom.
A clear commitment to practice-based research should be demonstrated. There should be an active engagement in continuing their own professional and academic development, demonstrating their love of learning.
From 1 August 2023, the salary range for this role will increase to £42,978 - £54,395, with the opportunity to progress to £59,422.
Informal queries are welcome and should be directed to Sarah Holland at email@example.com
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