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Programme Tutor – Functional Skills and Employability

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There are 2 positions available
The Role:
As a Programme Tutor you will play a key role in shaping the direction of our students and College. You will be responsible for a caseload of 16-24 year old Foundation Students, inspiring them to learn and achieve their goals through the delivery of an innovative and engaging curriculum which includes entry level English and maths.  You will be joining a highly experienced faculty team that are passionate about their students, their achievements and their future. This is an excellent opportunity to have real impact in a College, which is moving at pace with strong support from its Senior Leadership team.
In this role, you will:
Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and show a flexible and professional attitude.
Facilitate learning experiences which provide students with the opportunity to achieve their full individual potential
Design and deliver a flexible and relevant range of provision including theory, practical and tutorial sessions
Be a great teacher and role model in delivering innovative and stimulating teaching, learning and assessment to enable your students to progress
Be bold, optimistic and tenacious in setting and achieving high standards
Drive Oldham College’s vision and expectations to have a significant impact on students’ life chances
You must have a minimum GCSE grade 4*-C in English and maths, ideally be educated to degree level or above, have a teaching qualification and extensive experience of working with challenging young people from a range of backgrounds.  Our Skills & Employability Faculty is highly inclusive and provides life changing opportunities for its students, you will need to demonstrate a strong track record of working in this type of environment. Experience of working in the FE sector is desirable.
Alun Francis, our Principal, says, “This is a very important appointment, Foundation Programmes is central to our plans for the future, and we are looking for high calibre candidates. We want people who love their subject area, are committed to keeping up to date, but also want the professional challenge of developing outstanding pedagogical practice.  We are investing in the facilities, employer relationships and the skills and knowledge of our staff.  We are looking for people who will respond to this, love their learners and enjoy the challenges and benefits of working at Oldham College”.
Trish Bennett, Head of Skills & Employability says “Oldham College is a highly inclusive organisation and our Faculty of Skills & Employability exemplifies the ethos described above.   If you too believe foundation learners deserve the absolute best opportunities and have the passion and enthusiasm to drive this forward in an award winning Faculty, then we want to hear from you.  Make a real difference, read on and get in touch”.  
Oldham College is a medium sized general further education College, with a turnover of almost £25m. It has one main campus in the centre of town, and this in the third phases of a £40m redevelopment which began in 2012. Higher education is taught on a second, dedicated campus, a short walk away. The College delivers a full range of work related education and training, including 16-18 programmes of study, T levels, apprenticeships, adult learning and higher education. It has over 5000 full-time students and 600 undergraduates.   
The College is in the top quartile for 16-18 programmes of study and English GCSE resits, and in apprenticeship provision, but is the second highest performing provider Greater Manchester. The quality of its higher education provision is better than many established universities. 
Joining our Journey:
When you join our college, our colleagues have access to numerous benefits and facilities:  
Generous Pension Scheme  
Fantastic Staff Benefits and Rewards platform
Very generous holiday entitlement
Employee Assistance Scheme
Enhanced Maternity/Paternity provision
Staff Development days/week (Jan, July, Aug)
Free confidential counselling service
Staff recognition awards
Subsidised car parking
On-site Day Nursery
On-site hair and beauty salon and The Grange Theatre both offering staff discounts
Oldham College is a great career choice for ambitious professionals. With a “good” Ofsted rating, one of the best apprenticeship programmes in the region, excellent 16-18 results and truly outstanding GCSE English results, we are already a high performer. 
But we want to deliver much more than this. Our ambition is to be “The Best Place to Learn and Work” and we have a clear Strategic Plan which sets out what this means and what we will do to deliver it. We will keep on improving and innovating, and we are investing in new provision, new facilities and new technology. 
We expect a lot from you, so we want ambitious, open minded candidates, who are ready to give their best. But we do give a lot in return, from training to pensions, our own benefits package, and one of the best and most helpful group of colleagues you could ever wish to meet.

Early Years Practitioner (Area Lead)

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The University of Bradford’s Nursery provision is seeking a highly experienced Area Lead, Early Years Practitioner for our 2-3 Years Toddler Room, with a minimum Level 3 qualification in Early Years Childcare. The candidate must have previous experience of working as a team leader or within a senior position, caring for children in a Nursery setting between the ages of birth to 5 years, and must be able to demonstrate they have the relevant practical knowledge required for the post as detailed in the Job Description.
The shift pattern will be 36.25hrs per week compressed over 4 working days between the hours of 07.30hrs and 18.00hrs to meet the needs of the service. The position will ideally commence on 18 July 2022 to allow for a full and thorough induction period and handover period.
The successful candidate will be required to follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework, Ofsted and Local Authority care standards while planning for individual children’s needs.  You will ensure University, Nursery and Safeguarding Policies and Procedures are followed at all times, and that children are well cared for, nurtured and kept safe always.
Candidates must have good observational and planning skills, as well as an organised but flexible approach with a professional attitude.  We are looking for pro-active team players with excellent literacy and communication skills. You will need to show a willingness to learn, working closely with the Management team to enable you to support and lead your area of provision effectively. 
The University of Bradford Nursery has been operating since April 1992 with children attending either on a full-time or part time basis. We offer an inclusive and diverse environment which meets the individual needs of all our children and following an Ofsted Inspection in September 2019 we were rated “Outstanding” in all areas. 
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All successful candidates will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check.  Employment records, references and qualifications will be verified.
Enquiries can be made to the Nursery Manager, Rochelle Smith via email, [email protected]
Further details:
Confronting Inequality: Celebrating Diversity
At the University of Bradford we accept people for who they are regardless of age, disability, gender identity, marital status, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation or socio-economic background and whether you’re pregnant or on maternity leave.  
In line with the University’s commitment to equality charters including Athena Swan, Race Equality Charter, Disability Confident and Stonewall Diversity Champions Programme, we welcome applications from people identifying with these characteristics.  The University has a number of staff networks which provide peer support and safe spaces for staff who hold these and other identities.

Senior and Junior Fellowship Programme 2023

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The University of Bayreuth Centre of International Excellence “Alexander von Humboldt” promotes excellent research at the University of Bayreuth (UBT) and advances the internationalisation of research and networking with the best universities worldwide. Effective immediately, the Centre is offering
Fellowships for the year 2023– open to all disciplines* –
Senior Fellowships: Award sum € 50,000
Junior Fellowships: Award sum € 30,000
All Fellows will have the awarded sum at their disposal for covering all costs of project realisation.
International Excellence – Programme Goals
The Centre supports academic exchange across existing boundaries: between disciplines, between different cultures and countries, between established and younger researchers. Furthermore, the Centre engages in activities opening the research community to society and politics. Successful applicants will become Fellows at the Centre and profit from the lively research environment of the university and its seven faculties. Applicants are encouraged to learn about the University of Bayreuth’s focus areas and research strengths.

Experience Bayreuth – Collaboration with Local Host

We invite the Fellows to carry out their own research projects in Germany in cooperation with a local host at the UBT. Prior to submission of the application, applicants are required to identify a researcher in Bayreuth with whom they aim to carry out their research project. The local hosts provide their Fellows with appropriate office and lab space and an up-to-date infrastructure. Applications are welcome from all disciplines, although exceptions apply.* The total support period of approximately three to six months can be divided into several stages.

Candidate Requirements

We award the Fellowships to individuals from abroad with challenging and innovative research projects of top academic quality through a highly competitive, strictly merit-based selection process. The all-important selection criteria are the academic excellence of both the applicant and the cooperative project. We emphatically encourage women and non-binary researchers to apply. For more information on the application and selection process (required documents, guidelines on eligibility, hosts, evaluation criteria, timeline and stages of the selection process) see Application Guidelines for Fellowships.

Application Deadline

Digital Learning Manager

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The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a world-leading centre for research and postgraduate education in public and global health. Our mission is to improve health and health equity in the UK and worldwide; working in partnership to achieve excellence in public and global health research, education and translation of knowledge into policy and practice.?
A major programme of change to LSHTM’s education provision is now underway, with a new School strategy launching in 2022. The postholder will assist the Head of the Centre for Excellence with the development and implementation of strategies, policies and projects relating to digital learning and teaching. They will manage the Technology-Enhanced Learning and Multimedia services and teams in the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) and play a significant role in driving forward advances in digital learning and innovation in education at LSHTM. The role combines learning technology expertise with an excellent understanding of pedagogy and the Higher Education context. The post-holder will work closely with the Academic Professional Development team in CELT to develop an integrated CPD offer for staff.
The role is based in the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT), a vibrant team of education specialists working across the School to promote teaching excellence, learning innovation and student engagement. The CELT comprises three teams: Academic Professional Development, Multimedia and Technology-Enhanced Learning. The role holder will work closely with all colleagues in CELT as well as collaborate with faculty, professional services and students to enhance digital learning and teaching at the School.
This post is offered on a full-time, permanent basis. The salary will be on the Professional salary scale Grade 7 in the range £47,405 – £54,267 per annum (inclusive of London Weighting). The post will be subject to the LSHTM terms and conditions of service.  Annual leave entitlement is 30 working days per year, pro rata for part time staff. In addition to this there are discretionary “Wellbeing Days” and membership of the Pension Scheme is available. The post is based in London at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. LSHTM have a newly implemented Hybrid Working Framework, which alongside agreed service requirements, enables teams to work more flexibly (if the role allows), promoting a greater wellbeing and work/life balance.
Applications should be made on-line via our website at Online applications will be accepted by the automated system until 10pm of the closing date. Any queries regarding the application process may be addressed to [email protected]
The supporting statement section should set out how your qualifications, experience and training meet each of the selection criteria. Please provide one or more paragraphs addressing each criterion. The supporting statement is an essential part of the selection process and thus a failure to provide this information will mean that the application will not be considered. An answer to any of the criteria such as “Please see attached CV” will not be considered acceptable. 
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Statistics Team Lead

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Frontier Science (Scotland) Ltd – Statistics Team Lead
Location – Kincraig / Hybrid working
FSS are seeking to appoint a Senior Statistician as Statistics Team Lead to lead the Statistics branch of the Statistics and Programming team (currently 10 staff). You will work closely with the Programming Team Lead (7 staff) and the Head of Statistics and Programming to deliver the agreed programme of analysis with our industry, academic and NHS partners.
Overview of Position
This is an exciting opportunity to lead the statistics branch of the larger statistical and programming team in conjunction with the Head of Statistics and Programming (S&P). The role offers an opportunity for statistical leadership and to manage a team of statisticians and data analysts, providing direction and support to the team to achieve its objectives.
You will shape, communicate and deliver the programme of statistical work in clinical trials and other medical research within our portfolio. You will support/mentor team members in their professional development to ensure a consistency of approach, continuous development and encourage sharing of best practice.
You will in conjunction with the Head of S&P and other department heads manage the process for work planning and prioritisation, ensuring the organisation meets its obligations in a timely manner.
There will be an opportunity to provide day to day statistical input into projects, writing relevant statistical code, producing and presenting results, including writing of publications and attending national/international conferences.
Excellent communication skills are critical as you will have direct contact with our external partners at all stages of a project from inception to delivery, as well as significant interactions with all functions within FSS.
The contract would be initially for three years, but an extension to the contract subject to availability of work/funding would be considered at the relevant time. The candidate must already have the right to work in the UK, we are unable to offer sponsorship at this time.
To be considered you will need
MSc or PhD in Statistics or related discipline
Ideally at least 5 years’ experience at a senior level
Line management and project leadership experience
Excellent communication skills
Teaching and/or consultancy experience
Experience with wide range of methodologies in medical research including clinical trials
SAS knowledge (or other statistical software)
Record of mentoring, managing, motivating people
Track record of generating new work and research
Experience and reputation to be able to represent the organisation amongst partners, sponsors, researchers
The ability to manage multiple priorities and achieve deadlines
CDISC expertise
Understanding of regulatory requirements
10% non-contributory pension scheme.
Annual leave of 36 days (including bank holidays)
Flexible working arrangements
Life insurance
Fitness club reimbursement
Bike to work scheme
Tuition reimbursement
Employee loan policy
Office located in an idyllic area of outstanding beauty.
How to Apply
Applicants should submit a completed application form along with their current CV and a covering letter detailing how you meet the essential criteria. If there are any questions or you would like to discuss the position further please contact [email protected] or call 01540 651 000.
Application Forms can be found on the website.
Additional information about this post can be found on the website.
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For full information about FSS, please visit the website:


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Do you hold at least a Master’s Degree and have significant experience and knowledge of synthesising data and information?
Can you provide evidence of a clear, unambiguous writing style through academic or other publications?
Are you keen to further develop your skills and make an immediate impact on the guidance that AQA provides to our stakeholders?
In this project-based role, you will support a specific workstream to collate and refine a set of evidence-based assessment design principles. This will involve collaborating with Research team members as well as with various internal stakeholders who feed into the design and production of AQA’s assessments. We are looking for a person who can interpret and synthesise policy-based, academic and data-driven evidence, to support the project.
You will be working in a fast paced changing assessment environment, working with a highly experienced team who have a range of subject knowledge and experience.  This contract will provide you with ample opportunity to be at the heart of our Research Team, providing critical input to AQA’s guidance on Assessment.
Does this seem like your next challenge? If so, apply today with your CV and covering letter via our AQA job portal.
PLEASE NOTE:  WE REQUIRE ALL APPLICATIONS TO INCLUDE A SUBMISSION OF WRITING. This could include: A blog based on your research; a published article in an academic journal; book chapter; a chapter from your dissertation or thesis or a sole-authored research report.
Applications will be reviewed as we receive them and if a suitable candidate is identified, we reserve the right to close our advert sooner.

Faculty Development Specialist

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Qualifications and Experience 
The successful candidate must possess a EdD or PhD from a recognized university, which should be in Education, Curriculum Design, Instructional/Educational Technology or a closely related field. 
Candidates should also possess:
Expertise in the areas of Curriculum Design and Faculty Development
Ideally at least five (5) years of professional experience in teaching and research at the tertiary level
Proficiency in Curriculum Design & Development and Instructional Design
Proficiency using a variety of delivery methods including face-to-face, blended and fully online at the university level
Proficiency in Workshop Development 
Candidates with experience in Curriculum Development and Instructional Designs would have an advantage. 
The following would be considered assets:
Teaching certificate at tertiary level
Experience in managing and designing courses in Moodle
Scholarly articles/publications in peer reviewed journals at a rate of at least two (2) per annum
Proficiency in eLearning Development
Special Responsibilities 
Developing, planning and facilitating professional development workshops, including curriculum design, teaching and learning strategies, techniques and models of teaching and learning, assessment strategies and technology integration
Teaching in CETL’s teaching and learning programmes
Engaging in training and other activities that promote learner-centred instruction
Preparing teaching and learning materials for CETL workshops and adapting materials for CETL’s website
Liaising with Faculties/Departments in order to identify their training needs with respect to teaching and learning in a student-centred environment
Providing Faculty with current best practices in all facets of teaching, assessment and technology integration
Reviewing courses and curricula, and making recommendations consistent with goals and objectives of good practice in higher education
Facilitating the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SoTL) at the St. Augustine campus 
Personal Attributes 
The Campus places high priority on individuals of integrity who can work well in a team and student friendly environment. Candidates should also possess good communication and interpersonal skills. A good command of both oral and written English is essential. Candidates should also:
Have excellent pedagogical skills
Be able to participate in University life (administration, conference organization and committees) and community outreach
Display evidence of effective administrative and organizational skills
Be able to carry out a research agenda 
Detailed application and full curriculum vitae should be sent to the Campus Registrar, c/o HR Division (Appointments Section), Main Administration Building, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. via e-mail: [email protected] Three (3) referees (one of whom should be from your present organization) must be indicated. Application forms may be obtained at in the Faculty & Staff, Staff Vacancies section. Further particulars including remuneration package may also be obtained at the above address. In order to expedite the appointment procedures, applicants are advised to ask their referees to send their signed references under CONFIDENTIAL cover DIRECTLY to the Campus Registrar at the above address without waiting to be contacted by the University. Applications received after the deadline date will not be considered.
Deadline for receipt of applications: 2022 August 07

Language Lecturer in EAP

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Xi’an Jiaotong – Liverpool University – English Language Centre
Institution:        Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
School:            Languages
Department:   English Language Centre
Position Title: Language Lecturer in EAP (Associate Language Lecturer, Language Lecturer, Senior Language Lecturer)
Location:          Suzhou, China
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Located in Suzhou, China, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) is a young, dynamic and EMI university founded in 2006, and is a unique collaborative institution and first joint-venture university in China to offer both UK (University of Liverpool) and Chinese (Ministry of Education) accredited undergraduate degrees for 100 programmes. XJTLU also aims to become truly research-led and has committed significant investment into research development and the expansion of master’s and PhD student numbers on campus. The university has over 21,000 students and more than 920 academic staff representing in excess of 89 nationalities.
English Language Centre
At XJTLU, the English Language Centre (ELC) is a growing centre with approximately 200 full-time lecturers coming from a range of backgrounds, countries, and cultures. We are involved in teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP) for all of Year 1, a cohort of over 5000 students the majority of whom are enrolled in our Core EAP stream oriented to CEFR A2-B1 language proficiency students. In addition, we teach EAP in Years 2 and 3 as well as have a growing and vibrant Postgraduate EAP programme of more than 2000 students, ranging from pre-master’s-oriented pre-sessionals to mock vivas and thesis writing boot camps for PhD students. All students in the university can also take advantage of our comprehensive continuous academic support programme. ELC is especially proud to be the first institution outside the UK to be both  accredited by British Association of Lecturers in EAP (BALEAP) and the  Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL). ELC staff enable and empower our students through expert and semi-specialised language and skills training. They develop multiple academic literacies that bring degree study success and so are held in high esteem. Career development support and possibilities for EAP practitioners and scholars are excellent, not least because we are in a phase of exciting renewal and growth both as an institution and as a centre. Our new campus at Taicang (opening August 2022), and our Learning Mall onsite-online ecosystem, are both emblematic of ongoing institutional developments.
ELC has several openings for Associate Language Lecturer, Language Lecturer and Senior Language Lecturer for suitably experienced, creative, and inspiring EAP teachers, and you are encouraged to apply for a position according to your education, qualifications, and experience. We will appoint at Associate Language Lecturer, Lecturer, Senior Language Lecturer as appropriate.
Job Description
ELC at XJTLU is a teaching centre and the workload of Language Lecturers in EAP is shared between teaching, professional engagement, and service. Generally, teaching may be up to 20 hours per week, which might include the summer period.
have a good standard of written and spoken English, as this is the working language of the university ANDpossess a master’s degree in TESOL or Education OR
possess another master’s degree and ideally have a minimum 2 years’ full-time post-master’s experience of teaching, assessing and/or developing materials for English for Academic Purposes courses, within a higher education i.e., university or college context (e.g., on a foundation year level)

possess a language teaching qualification (e.g., DELTA or equivalent, CELTA, TESOL/TESL/TEFL, or PGCE + TESOL)
be or working toward a Fellow or Senior Fellow, HEA
can demonstrate a dynamic, current, and innovative engagement in one or more of the following areas:Technology Enhanced Language Learning (especially pedagogical uses of VR/AR/MR/AI/mobiles)
Content and Language Integrated Learning
All specialisms in EAP including writing centre development and the provision of online and other forms of student engagement and academic support; communicative and task-based methodologies; syllabus and materials design; skills-oriented assessment; problem-based language learning [preferably with emotional intelligence development embedded]; the promotion of learner autonomy; self-access and self-diagnostic language learning

Salary Range:
RMB 220K-400K per annum before tax
Members of Academic Staff are entitled to receive subsidies for accommodation, travel, and children’s education. Medical insurance and a one-time relocation allowance will also be provided. Overseas staff may receive a tax “holiday,” depending on their nationality and personal circumstances.
Employment at XJTLU is regulated by Chinese labour laws and must comply with the regulations of the provincial government. These regulations stipulate who is eligible for legal employment with respect to obtaining work permits and visas.
Please submit your application online. Please click the above ‘Apply’ button to access. *A cover letter need not be uploaded separately as the system might request. However, in the resume section of our website, applications must be submitted in a single PDF file that includes 3 parts in the order of:
A cover letter (in your letter, please tell us where you saw the ad)
A current CV
If available, please attach three reference letters, at least one of which is from a current or former line manager. If you cannot provide reference letters at the time of application, please include the names/titles/email contacts for three referees. In this case, referees are contacted only after you have received an offer of employment from XJTLU.
Please email informal inquiries to [email protected]
Closing:          interviews are conducted on a rolling basis; applications are reviewed as received

Empire, Migration and Belonging in English Secondary Schools , Doctoral Studentship, Ref:1885764

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UCL Department / Division
IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society
Specific unit / Sub department
Department of Curriculum Pedagogy and Assessment
Location of position
Duration of Studentship
October 2022 – September 2025
£17,983 for 2022/23 with annual increments (at UK research council levels including London weighting) and all UCL Fees Paid
Vacancy Information
IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society, are pleased to announce the availability of a fully funded three-year doctoral studentship, starting 1st October 2022 as part of a research project in partnership with Oxford University, ‘A portrait of the teaching of empire, migration and belonging in English secondary schools’ (EMB ). The project and studentship are funded by Pears Foundation.
Studentship Description
‘A portrait of teaching the teaching of empire, migration and belonging in English secondary schools’: overview of project aims
Working together with the Department for Education at Oxford University, UCL is excited to embark upon an important three-year research study which will explore teaching and learning about empire, migration and belonging in England’s secondary schools. The ultimate goal of the project is to provide a robust, nuanced and comprehensive evidence-base to inform the creation of programmes of professional development able to respond directly to the needs and experiences of learners, be that teachers or the young people in their classrooms. Our primary concern is ultimately to support confident, informed and pedagogically sound classroom practice. 
The research places significant importance on current socio-cultural, political and academic discourses and on the varied, interconnecting invocations of empire, migration and belonging they commonly employ. Our intention is to examine the impact of these framings on the understandings and experiences of both young people and their teachers. Throughout the project, we will consult closely with a diverse range of stakeholders and are especially concerned to involve communities with lived experience of the legacies of empire and migration in a British context whose voices remain underrepresented in related academic and educational research.
Fully-funded, three year doctoral studentship.
As part of our commitment to support and provide a platform for new voices and perspectives in this area – and in order to ensure the longevity and sustainability of this work beyond the initial research study – we invite applications for a fully funded three-year doctoral studentship to work alongside the EMB project team. We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are currently under-represented within UK doctoral education . (Further information on UCL’s approaches to equality, diversion and inclusion are available here
The successful applicant will produce an original research study related to at least one of the project’s three key empirical strands:
Understanding existing classroom practice from the perspectives of teachers: what is currently taught about issues of empire, migration and belonging in England’s secondary schools, how, why and by whom?
Exploring student perspectives: what do young people currently know and understand about histories of empire, migration and belonging in the context of contemporary Britain?
Analysis of changing representations: in what manner, and to what ends are notions of empire, migration and belonging represented in school textbooks and other teaching materials from 1890 to the present day. 
The student will be supervised by Dr Alice Pettigrew (Principal Investigator) as well as receiving support and guidance from Dr Jason Todd (Project Leader, based at Oxford University). A second subsidiary UCL supervisor will be appointed following application in response to the specific focus and/or proposed methodological approach of the successful doctorate.
Person Specification
The successful applicant will:
Have a Master’s level degree in a relevant subject (essential ).
Demonstrate an understanding and informed interest in the themes of empire, migration and belonging as they relate to the English  education system (essential)
Demonstrate an understanding of research methods appropriate to educational settings (essential)
Be able to identify, outline and provide a compelling rationale for an independent doctoral level study related to at least one of the EMB project’s three empirical strands (essential)
Be capable of sustaining independent research at doctoral level and of completing a final thesis within the three-year candidature (essential)
Be able and motivated to contribute to a wider research culture and community through regular engagement as a member of the wider EMB project team (essential)
Demonstrate the ability to communicate complex information effectively, both verbally and in writing (essential)
Have experience of working with schools and/or young people and an appreciation of their needs (desirable).
Following completion of the recruitment process, the successful studentship candidate is expected to apply for and meet the entry requirements for the Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment MPhil/PhD programme.  An offer of a place on this programme is required in order for the studentship to be awarded.  
The studentship includes funding for the annual programme tuition fee equivalent only to the UK student tuition fee rate.  International students are eligible to apply but must fund the difference in tuition fees from independent sources.  .  
How to apply:
Please clearly mark your applications ‘Empire, Migration and Belonging in English Secondary Schools – Doctoral Studentship:
Your application should include: 
A Curriculum Vitae.
A covering letter including a statement concerning how you meet the person specification for this studentship (maximum two pages).
A research proposal of circa 1000-1500 words. This should identify how your current academic interests and/or personal experience relate to the doctoral project, explain your reasons for wishing to undertake this research and make clear how your proposed study would contribute to the overarching foci of the wider EMB research. 
The research proposal should also include:
– indicative research questions
– an explanation of the intellectual positioning and/or theoretical framing of the project,
– a proposed research methodology including potential ethical considerations,
– a clear statement on how the proposed study could ultimately contribute to supporting the teaching of empire, migration and belonging in English secondary schools. 
Transcripts of relevant studies and – where appropriate – a letter from your course coordinator predicting the expected degree result (for those who still have to complete their current Master’s-level programme).
Two reference letters using the reference template attached. We would prefer that at least one of these referees will have taught you at Masters or, at least degree level although if this is impossible and you have been out of higher education for more than four years, you can provide a professional reference instead. The second referee can be either academic or professional. 
All application documents and references should be electronically sent to Alice Pettigrew – [email protected] using the attached template. Your referees need to email their references directly.
Deadline for applications is 10th July 2022, deadline for references is 11th July 2022.
For informal enquiries relating to the studentship, please contact Dr Alice Pettigrew, a. [email protected] 

Degree Apprenticeship Facilitator (0.7fte)

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This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and motivated team at a significant time of growth for Liverpool Business School. In the School of Leadership and Organisational Development, we see leaders and managers as the catalysts to improving performance, productivity and business growth. We are looking for someone who shares our ambition to help them succeed.
We are seeking someone with experience in facilitating and coaching managers in the workplace, able to contribute to teaching leaders and managers, alongside an ability to developing and maintain corporate relationships and able to contribute to income generation. This is a significant opportunity to be a part of shaping a distinctive approach to executive education in our School.
We are looking for individuals with experience in any of the following, careers guidance, facilitation, coaching and contributing to teaching leaders and managers. You will primarily support students to achieve success in their end point assessment, supporting their development as managers as they study on higher level degree apprenticeships (level 6 & 7). You will need to record and report progress to meet the degree apprenticeship standards requirements as required by Ofsted the appointed inspector of higher degree apprenticeships. You will work closely with the school Senior Client & Project Manager within the school of Leadership & Organisational Development, Liverpool Business School.
Informal inquiries may be made to Jonathan Britten at [email protected], the Senior Client & Project Manager of the School of Leadership and Organisational Development in the Liverpool Business School.
LJMU values diversity and provides a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone can fulfil their potential.
LJMU is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all backgrounds and communities irrespective of age, transgender status, disability, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity and religion or belief.  All our appointments are made on merit.
Closing date: 29 July 2022
LJMU is committed to achieving equality of opportunity.
For further information about this vacancy and to apply online please click Apply above.

Research Associate, Applied Research Collaboration Kent Surrey and Sussex

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Do you have data analysis and evaluation skills that can be applied in the study of the social care and health systems? 
If so, we have an exciting opportunity for the chance to be involved in applied research that could help make a difference to the lives of vulnerable people and their families.
Working in a leading research centre in social care (PSSRU), the successful applicant will join the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Applied Research Collaboration for Kent Surrey and Sussex (ARC KSS) and work on the social care theme in the ARC programme with prospects for significant research and other contributions to be made.
Analysis and development of data resources has significant potential to address key challenges in the care system, helping policy makers and practitioners in improving services and support. For example, it could help us understand how to better integrate health and care systems; to explore and reduce inequalities; and promote the sustainability of the care workforce. 
Your main duties will be to use your skills to develop relevant datasets, analyse and interrogate this data, and draw out the policy and practice implications. You will support ARC social care projects, which include the following activities. 
To use and analyse existing data on care services, systems and innovations to inform our understanding of how access to services differs between local areas and regions; and to estimate, as far as possible, the causal effects of relevant policy and practice in the care system.
Working with local health and social care partners to build capacity and support for (data) analysis and evaluation of (new) care interventions and their implementation.
As a Research Associate you will:
undertake the main activities of research and evaluation, from development, data collection, analysis/interpretation, and reporting and knowledge exchange
work with data owners and providers to develop datasets and data resources for research purposes
help to develop and strengthen applied research capacity in social care
work with ARC regional and national partners including local care and health professionals and practitioners
contribute to the development of new research opportunities and funding
To be successful in this role you will have:
a post-graduate degree and ideally a PhD, or near equivalent, in a relevant subject 
statistical and data analytic skills with experience of quantitative research methods and their application
Experience of undertaking research in care and health or related areas, and a willingness to develop this knowledge.
Ideally, you will also have: 
knowledge of the evaluation and analysis of care and/or health interventions
knowledge of the workings and operation of the social care and health systems
Further details:   Please contact us should you have any questions regarding this matter.

Head of Learning and Teaching

Education Studies (inc. TEFL) - UK Jobs

An exciting opportunity has arisen at the University of Winchester to lead our central Learning and Teaching team.
Managing the staff in the Learning and Teaching Development team, you will also work closely with colleagues across the University to ensure an integrated approach to learning and teaching and CPD activities.  During 2022-23, you will play a crucial role in supporting the University’s successful engagement with the TEF, and in writing a new Learning and Teaching Strategy.
As our ideal candidate you will have experience of driving excellence in Learning & Teaching in HE and teaching/module leadership on PG Cert courses in HE or equivalent.  Advance HE accreditation and experiential and taught Advance HE/HEA provision including quality assurance requirements are also essential.
The University particularly welcomes applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds for this post as they are under-represented in jobs at this level.  Please be assured that all applicants will be treated equally during the selection process.
One of our core values is ‘individuals’ matter’. As an employee at the University of Winchester, we are committed to your wellbeing and development. You will have access to a wide range of benefits and support including:
Hybrid working policy
Employee Assistance Programme
Holiday entitlement of 35 days per year
Discounts at many retailers, restaurants and entertainment
Free wellbeing events including weekly exercise classes
Contributory pension scheme
On site gym and sports facilities
Interview Date: 9th August 2022
We delight in diversity in our workforce and seek others that share this value