The Department of Education is seeking to appoint a School Partnership Facilitator to contribute to the Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) programme. Our PGCE programme has a long track record of working with schools to deliver research informed professional teacher training courses. Trainees on both the university-led PGCE and School Direct pathways benefit from internationally recognised academics and curriculum developers working alongside experienced teachers from over 50 partner schools to contribute to course development and delivery.
You will make a major contribution to the work of the programme as a Schools Partnership Facilitator, supporting the work of the Director. You will take an active part in Quality Assurance, mentoring, teaching, selection of trainees, supporting mentors and trainee teachers.
You must have a first degree and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (GCE) or equivalent teaching qualification. You should have good knowledge of current issues in ITT and of current issues facing students and those providing student support within the Education sector in the UK. Experience of working with teams of teachers and co-ordinating teaching teams and demonstrable commitment to providing stakeholder support and enhancing their experience where possible is essential.
The appointment is available on a part-time (0.4 FTE), open-ended basis from 2nd January 2020.
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