University Teacher in Education

Job Description

Are you an experienced teaching professional who enjoys working collaboratively?

We have an exciting opportunity in the School of Education for someone to jointly lead the Science subject-based element of the PGDE programme, linking closely with seconded school-based colleagues to ensure effective delivery of your subject area. This will involve designing and redeveloping teaching programmes for modules in consultation with the PGDE team, and making use of current resources as well as selecting new teaching methods, resources and reading, and determining, designing and producing study material. You will supervise students on school placements. This will include making school visits during school placements, responding to emails, supporting students when they apply for teaching posts and dealing with any school-based issues as they arise.

You will have proven teaching ability, with a teaching qualification & experience of successful teaching within the secondary school system.

The University is investing in the continuing growth of the School of Education and seeks applications from ambitious, highly motivated and hard-working individuals who will be keen to play an active role in maintaining and enhancing the School’s international reputation for research, teaching excellence and innovation. The Faculty values the School for its high-impact research, strong city/region partnerships with local schools and communities, and its contribution to teaching excellence.

What We Offer –

● 41 days annual leave (including closure days and Bank Holidays), with the possibility to purchase up to ten additional days.
● Up to 5 days of paid time off to cover emergency caring responsibilities.
● A commitment to work life balance including, flexible working opportunities and hybrid working where possible.
● A highly competitive pension scheme.
● Discounts at participating shops and cinemas, and a cycle to work scheme.
● A commitment to your development, with programmes, learning modules and mentoring schemes.
● An inclusive and diverse workplace.
● A commitment to your wellbeing, with confidential emotional support, support for those going through the menopause, experiencing fertility treatment and having a baby, paid leave for IVF treatment and more.

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We are committed to exploring flexible working opportunities which benefit the individual and University.

We build teams of people from different heritages and lifestyles from across the world, whose talent and contributions complement each other to greatest effect. We believe diversity in all its forms delivers greater impact through research, teaching and student experience.

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