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DBS3930 School Improvement Officer for Teaching, Learning and Curriculum, Secondary

Job Summary
Contract Type:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
26/06/2020
Advert End Date:
12/07/2020 23:59
Salary:
£54,359 - £58,029 pa (plus 3 SPA points where applicable)
Hours per week:
37
Job Category:
Education
Vacancy ID:
198434
Employment Location:
Any location within North Tyneside
Closing date:
12 Jul
Further Information

North Tyneside Early Years and School Improvement Service provides trusted challenge and highly effective support to schools. In North Tyneside, we aim to ensure that every young person attends a good or better school in which they experience the highest quality teaching and achieve well over time.

Overall, young people in North Tyneside achieve above the national average in almost all key indicators as a result of a strong and improving school system built on collaboration and innovation. The Early Years and School Improvement Service actively support and facilitate such partnership working to further improve outcomes and life chances for young people.

We are seeking to appoint a School Improvement Officer for Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Secondary, to lead and coordinate guidance and support to school leaders to develop and deliver ambitious, inclusive and appropriate curriculums in order to improve the educational experience and outcomes of students across the secondary phase and narrow achievement gaps.

The successful candidate will join and lead a highly regarded team of school improvement professionals that provide support and challenge to schools within and beyond North Tyneside on all aspects of learning, teaching and leadership.

If you would like to discuss this post further, please contact Lisa Rodgers, lisa.rodgers@northtyneside.gov.uk Tel: 0191 643 8500.

Please be advised that this position will require an Enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

North Tyneside Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

In addition, staff and volunteers are expected to familiarise themselves with all relevant policies, procedures and guidance in relation to safeguarding children and safe practice with vulnerable adults. Within North Tyneside, safeguarding is everybody’s business.