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Senior Lecturer/Senior Teaching Fellow in Education (Specialism in Primary Mathematics)

Early Years and Primary Education

Location:  City South Campus
Salary:  £45,245 to £49,178 per annum
Permanent
Closing Date:  Sunday 24 February 2019
Interview Date:  Thursday 07 March 2019
Reference:  012019-34

The Department for Early Years and Primary Education has an exciting opportunity for a Primary Mathematics specialist to join our team as a Senior Lecturer/Senior Teaching fellow. We are a well-established, supportive, friendly team who are fully committed to striving for excellence and aim to provide outstanding student experiences at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. We have developed a shared vision for educational excellence with our partner schools and our courses reflect our commitment to partnership working and training the next generation of primary teachers.

As a Senior Lecturer you will need to be highly motivated, well organised and passionate about delivering exceptional evidence based teaching. You will have relevant subject knowledge in Primary Mathematics evidenced through qualifications and prior teaching experience covering both EYFS and the Primary National Curriculum. You will have real energy and passion for your subject and its associated pedagogy which goes well beyond current statutory curriculum requirements; this will be demonstrated through your developing research interests and your network connections. You will develop and apply inspiring teaching techniques and content which foster enthusiasm, understanding and critical enquiry amongst undergraduate and postgraduate trainee teachers. The role includes working on ITT courses, Postgraduate routes and providing professional development. You must be able to work closely with colleagues in partner schools to establish and maintain links which ensure strong theory to practice connections. Providing pastoral support and enabling students to thrive and become independent professionals who are proud to be part of Birmingham City University is essential to your role. You will be supported to develop research, enterprise and scholarly activities which are integral to the post.

Applicants must hold a first degree and have QTS. Experience of teaching in primary schools is essential and prior experience of working in Initial Teacher Training is desirable. A higher degree would be desirable to fulfil the requirements of this post.

For further information please contact Louise Khalid louise.khalid@bcu.ac.uk 0121 331 7662.

The closing date for this job opportunity has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position

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