Starting salary: £37,012, rising annually to £45,486
You will be responsible for:
- teaching primary mathematics and science education on the Teacher Education programmes (eg PGCE programme), supervising and assessing student teachers, contributing to curriculum design and delivery and working with partnership schools
- engaging in scholarly activity (eg keeping up to date with developments in the discipline), undertaking research leading to national and potentially international quality publications
- contributing to masters' degree teaching and supervision, as required
- undertaking curriculum development work including planning, development, evaluation and updating of courses and course materials
- supervising and assessing students' projects and dissertations
- administering educational programmes, as necessary.
You should have:
- a good honours degree and a higher degree in a relevant area
- qualified teacher status
- successful teaching experience across the curriculum in any two of the following key stages: Foundation, KS1, KS2
- an excellent understanding of recent developments in the primary mathematics and science curriculum
- a commitment to engaging in research in primary mathematics and/or science.
- Please note: the successful applicant will need to be subject to a background disclosure check by the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) before any appointment can be confirmed.
International applicants from outside the EU will need to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK.
Closing date: 31 May 2012
Provisional interview date: 19 June 2012