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December 23rd, 2013, 04:13 AM   #1
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United learning is hiring a Subject Advisor – Maths!Region:

Region: London
School: Paddington Academy
Career Type: Teaching
Hours: Full Time

Competitive salary package

Is your passion for maths supported by a good honours degree, a postgraduate teaching qualification and experience of teaching the subject to KS3, GCSE and ‘A’ Level students? Then consider a move to United Learning as Subject Advisor – maths for our Southern academies.

About United Learning

United Learning is a group of academies that aims to provide excellent education to children and young people across the country. From Sunderland to Shoreham, we’re inclusive and welcoming to all backgrounds, all faiths and all abilities and give over 30,000 children an inspiring education. And right now, we need an accomplished individual to take on a role that will have a significant impact on our Southern academies.

The role

Responsible for leading outreach work across the academies, your focus will be on supporting mathematics departments to improve progress and attainment. Indeed, you’ll take an overview of the strengths and areas for development of each maths department and help develop plans to improve outcomes for students. Supporting the implementation of action plans will be key, as will working on standardising testing and moderating assessments and co-ordinating exam preparation workshops for GCSE maths target students. And, when it comes to developing online forums to enable students to link to maths virtually or monitoring and evaluating the progress of School Direct maths students, again, it’s you we’ll rely on. Organising and leading targeted teaching and learning CPD programmes; providing on-site and distance support for teachers and developing leadership capacity and coaching programmes – all are aspects of this senior level role.

Your profile

A skilled classroom practitioner who’s up-to-date with current thinking and keen to further develop their career, your maths teaching experience has been gained up to Head of Department or Key Stage level. You’re also used to delivering training and Inset in order to raise standards and have a keen interest in coaching and developing middle leaders in your discipline. What’s more, you have good awareness of N.C. requirements at KS3, as well as new GCSE/A Level specifications. Excellent lesson planning skills are fundamental , along with the ability to support students with SEN, right through to the most able. And, crucially, you have the innovative approach it takes to try out new ideas and initiatives.
For further information please see the attached person spec and job description.

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