External Examiners & Jobs

External Examiner Vacancies & Jobs

Current external examiner and job vacancies are listed in the two sections below.

The list is organised alphabetically by institution.

Wherever possible, hyperlinks to the vacancy on the institutional website are provided. Alternatively, please click on the link to download a Word or PDF document, or contact the person named by email in the first instance. Please do not contact the UCET office about external examiner or job vacancies.

If you would like to advertise a vacancy, please email: info@ucet.ac.uk with details in the subject header.

Please can you provide a hyperlink to details on your institution’s website and a closing date for application, if possible. Vacancies with closing dates will be removed after the closing date;  if a vacancy has been filled, please can you also let us know.

Details of posts will be added to this page and are automatically included in the UCET weekly e-newsletter.

 

External Examiner Vacancies

 

Bath Spa University

 

Primary and Early Years PGCE with QTS, (3-7, 5-11, 7-11) core and School Direct, for both full time and part time programmes

If interested, please contact and send expression of interest and CV to:

Pat Black, Head of Teacher Education, Institute for Education at Bath Spa University: p.black@bathspa.ac.uk ; 01225 875689 / 07968 257494

Sept 2019 Start

 

Birmingham City University

 

MA Leadership in Learning_BCU

Enquiries to: Neil Sheasby, MA Leadership in Learning Course Leader. Email: neil.sheasby@bcu.ac.uk  Phone: 0121 331 6774

Expressions of interest, including CVs, should be sent to the course leader.  Applications are made via the following link: https://jobs.bcu.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=1434&forced=1

 

BA Hons Education Studies (2 posts)

(Rachel Jones, BA (Hons) Education Studies, Acting Course Leader, rachel.jones@bcu.ac.uk  0121 331 6621)

Expressions of interest, including CVs, should be sent to the course leader.

Applications are made via the following link: https://jobs.bcu.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=1434&forced=1

 

For the posts listed below, expressions of interest, including CVs, should be sent to the programme leader.

More details can be found here:  BCU Vacancies_September2018

Applications are made via the following link: https://jobs.bcu.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=1434&forced=1

 

Canterbury Christ Church University

 

External Examiner for our PGCE in Early Childhood Education with recommendation for Early Years Teacher Status and our Early Years Initial Teacher Training course for our undergraduate Early Childhood Studies BA students

The term of office is 4 years beginning on the 1st September 2019.

If you are interested in being nominated for this role please contact Jess Harley – jess.harley@canterbury.ac.uk

 

Keele University

 

Secondary PGCE and SCITT

The appointment is for 4 years from September 2019 until September 2023.

If you have any questions or which to send an expression of interest, please feel free to contact either the Director of PGCE Programmes at Keele University, (Peter Jones; p.jones2@keele.ac.uk) or the Director of the OAKS  (Rob Tweats; r.tweats@keele.ac.uk).

 

Kingston University

 

BA (Hons) Primary Teaching – Humanities

Appointment will commence with immediate effect for a period of four years up to 30th September 2022

To apply for this post, please send your CV and expression of interest to Tessa Willy, Head of Department of Teacher Education T.Willy@kingston.ac.uk

 

Leeds Trinity University

 

PGCE (Secondary) – School Direct and Provider-Led

The appointment is to commence from 1st October 2019 for a period of 4 years

The role requires attendance at the University campus and at key points in the year; therefore, applicants should be based in the UK.

To express an interest or receive further information, please forward a copy of your CV to ex-ex-admin@leedstrinity.ac.uk.

 

Liverpool John Moores University

 

BA Hons Educational Studies and Early Years

Please contact the Programme Leader- Angie Garden, if it would be helpful to have an informal discussion. Brief ‘Expressions of Interests’ (with accompanying CV) should be sent to Angie by close of 30th April 2019.: A.S.Garden@ljmu.ac.uk  Tel: 0151 231 5488

London Metropolitan University

 

External Examiner for PGCE Secondary English with Media

We are seeking for 2018 / 19 an external external examiner for Secondary English with Media PGCE, which is run in collaboration with the English and Media Centre.

Please see website for  further details.

 

Newman University, Birmingham

 

BA (Hons) Early Childhood Education and Care

Expressions of interests (with accompanying CV) should be sent to:   Allison Tatton, Newman University, Genners Lane, Birmingham.  B32 3NT.

Please indicate in your CV any External examiner posts you have held, or currently hold.

If you wish to discuss either of these posts in more detail, please contact:

Allison Tatton, Head of Early Childhood Education and Care on 0121 476 1181 Ext 2346 or a.tatton@newman.ac.uk

Deadline: 30th April, 2019

 

 

Northumbria University

 

Northumbria University seeks an External Examiner for the Master Provision within Education and Lifelong Learning.

The External Examiner is required to cover the following programmes:

  • MA Education routes
  • M Ed. routes
  • MA Autism
  • PG Cert Dyslexia

Tenure to begin August 2019. Please send expressions of interest alongside your CV to Karen Hudson, Acting Head of Subject: Education and Lifelong Learning karen.hudson@northumbria.ac.uk

and

Northumbria University is seeking to recruit an External Examiner for the PGCE Secondary Art, Craft and Design programme. The term of office is four years and begins on 1 August 2019

We welcome applications from those with experience of external examining, but also from those who are new to this role and will provide an experienced mentor and full training on the expectations, roles and responsibilities.

Please send your expression of interest including a CV to Dr Sophie Cole, Programme Leader at sophie.cole@northumbria.ac.uk. You are also very welcome to get in touch for more information, an informal discussion and with any queries.

Deadline: 1 August 2019

 

Nottingham Trent University

 

BA Primary Education for primary English

The appointment will commence in January 2020Induction events are provided for new external examiners during 2019.

Expressions of interests (with accompanying CV) should be sent to: Sarah Hindmarsh (Principal Lecturer: Lead for Primary and EYITT Programmes) sarah.hindmarsh@ntu.ac.uk Please indicate in your CV any external examiner posts you have held, or currently hold.

If you wish to discuss the post in more detail, please contact: Natasha Serret (Course Leader, BA Primary Education) Natasha.serret@ntu.ac.uk

 

Secondary PGCE and School Direct Programmes in Mathematics Education

The appointment will commence in September 2019.  Induction events are provided for new external examiners during 2019.

Expressions of interests (with accompanying CV) should be sent to: John Everson (Principal Lecturer: Lead for Secondary and PCET ITE Programmes) john.everson2@ntu.ac.uk.  Please indicate in your CV any external examiner posts you have held, or currently hold.

If you wish to discuss the post in more detail, please contact: Mark Crowley (Course Leader, Secondary PGCE and School Direct Programmes) mark.crowley@ntu.ac.uk

Oxford Brookes University

 

Oxford Brookes University School of Education is seeking an External Examiner starting 2019-20 for the Foundation Degree in Educational Practice delivered as part of our collaborative provision in four partnership Colleges.

The role includes

  • Seeing and agreeing samples of assessed work from across the grades, including failures
  • Attending at the appropriate examination committees
  • Submission of an annual report, providing comments on the standards of marking, and other aspects of teaching, learning and assessment, for the programme team to act on during the following year.

For more details please contact Clare Fenwick  (cfenwick@brookes.ac.uk). To apply please send a CV to Theresa Foster (t.foster@brookes.ac.uk)

 

St Mary’s University Twickenham

 

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The post will start from September 2019 and will be for a term of four years.  Further information regarding the programme of study can be found at https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/undergraduate/primary-education-qts.

Please submit expressions of interest, along with a current CV, to the Quality and Standards Office at qateam@stmarys.ac.uk

 

URGENT

Primary Education Work-Based Route programmes

Responsibilities will include inspecting specifications and samples of students’ work, visiting students on their final school placements and attending exam boards. An annual report will need to be submitted each year. Relevant subject knowledge and academic experience is required.

The post will start this academic year 2018/19 and will be for a term of four years.  Further information regarding the programme of study can be found at:

https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/foundation/education-in-context

https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/undergraduate/primary-education-work-based-route

https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/undergraduate/primary-education-work-based-qts

Please submit expressions of interest, along with a current CV, to the Quality and Standards Office at qateam@stmarys.ac.uk

Due to potential reciprocity conflicts we are unable to accept applications from the following universities:

  • Canterbury Christ Church University              -Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • University of Central Lancashire                    – Edgehill University
  • University of Edinburgh                                  – University of Essex
  • University of Glasgow                                     – University of Hertfordshire
  • University of Leeds                                         – Leeds Trinity University
  • Liverpool John Moores University                  – University of Nottingham
  • Oxford Brookes University                              – Plymouth Marjon University
  • Roehampton University                                  – Sheffield Hallam University
  • University of Winchester                                 – Wolverhampton University

 

 

York St John University

 

  • External Examiner for PGCE Primary (University Centred and School Direct).2019/2020 academic year start.

PGCE Primary Examiner

Closing date 26 April 2019.

  • External Examiner vacancy and External Adviser vacancies – PGCE Secondary, which includes an RE University centred programme and a range of subjects offered through the School Direct route.  A subject specialist in one of the following subjects is required: Religious Education, History, Geography, Music, Drama or MFL.

Vacancies for External Advisers for the following programmes are also needed:

  • PGCE Secondary Religious Education (university centred); PGCE Secondary History (School Direct); PGCE Secondary Geography (School Direct); PGCE Secondary Music (School Direct); PGCE Secondary Drama (School Direct); PGCE Secondary MFL (School Direct).  The roles are all starting from the academic year 2019 – 2020.

PGCE Secondary Examiner & External Advisor Roles

Closing date: 26 April 2019.

If you are interested in any of the above roles, please contact Keither Parker, Director of Postgraduate Initial Teacher Education, York St John University, Lord Mayor’s Walk, York, YO31 7EX. k.parker@yorksj.ac.uk 01904 876341

University of Bedfordshire

 

BA (Hons) Physical Education (Secondary) (with QTS) – We are seeking an External Examiner (including conducting school visits) to commence September 2019 for a period of four years. Further information, EOIs and CV (inc. details of previous and current examining) to mark.bowler@beds.ac.uk by 30th April 2019. This is an exciting time to join the PE with QTS course as it has just been through a major review which has led to the approval of a sector-leading Integrated Master’s award – MPhysEd. This is an innovative new award and will be the first undergraduate pathway in Secondary Physical Education with QTS with Level 7 credits in the country.

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BA (Hons) Applied Education Studies – We are seeking an External Examiner to commence September 2019 for a period of four years. Further information, EOIs and CV (inc. details of previous and current examining) to perry.knight@beds.ac.uk by 30th April 2019. This course has recently been through Periodic Review with minor changes. It is a well-established part-time course, running for over 20 years.

EE_BA Applied Education Studies_Bedfordshire

 

University of Chester

 

External Examiner: Certificate of Education in Teaching in the Learning and Skills Sector

The University of Chester require an External Examiner commencing September 2019, for the Certificate of Education in Teaching in the Learning and Skills Sector.

We are looking for a colleague who has relevant experience in the Learning and Skills Sector and who is willing to engage in open and collaborative dialogue.  Please send CVs, letters of interest and requests for further information to the Programme Co-ordinator: Karen Griffiths at k.griffiths@chester.ac.uk

 

External Advisor for the validation of a children and Young People’s Education, Curriculum and Development (Level 6 top up) programme

The External Advisor will be required to read the programme documentation and complete a written report for circulation in advance of the validation meeting (5th June). The payment is £50 (which is taxed) for the written report.

If you are interested in the role please submit your CV for consideration to education@chester.ac.uk by 30th April 2019

 

External Examiner • FdA Early Years Practice • FdA Teacher Assistance • BA Children and Young People’s Education, Curriculum and Development (Level 6 top up)

We require an external examiner who currently works on, or has experience of, similar courses within Higher Education. Alongside this, you would work closely with the programme leader to support the continuous development and improvement of the programme.

Previous experience of external examining is not essential.

Please submit your CV and expression of interest to education@chester.ac.uk no later than 3rd May 2019.

 

External Examiner PG Cert Early Years Practice with Early Years Teacher Status

We require an external examiner who currently works on, or has experience of, similar courses within Higher Education. Alongside this, you would work closely with the programme leader to support the continuous development and improvement of the programme.

Previous experience of external examining is not essential.

Please submit your CV and expression of interest to education@chester.ac.uk no later than 3rd May 2019.

 

The University of Chester require an External Examiner commencing September 2019, for the Certificate of Education in Teaching in the Learning and Skills Sector

Please send CVs, letters of interest and requests for further information to the Programme Co-ordinator: Karen Griffiths at k.griffiths@chester.ac.uk.

 

University of Chichester

 

The University of Chichester are seeking an External Examiner for the external partner SCITT programmes delivered across both Primary and Secondary. The term is four years, starting September 2019.

Examining duties include moderation of coursework samples, attendance at the annual exam board and the completion of an annual report.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an expression of interest together with your CV to R.Webb@chi.ac.uk

 

and

An External Examiner for the BA (Hons) Education Programme.

The post is for four years, starting September 2019.

Examining duties include moderation of coursework samples, attendance at the annual exam board and the completion of an annual report.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an expression of interest together with your CV to BAeducation@chi.ac.uk

 

BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Teaching KS2/3 (QTS)

The appointment will start from 1st September 2019 and will be for a tenure of 4 academic years. The appointment will be remunerated in accordance with the University’s external examiner fee schedule.

Please submit expressions of interest, along with a current CV to Armineh Pogosian at a.pogosian@chi.ac.uk

 

EE required for BA (Hons) Primary Education: Inclusion with SEND (with QTS) 4 year degree programme

 

University of Cumbria

 

The University of Cumbria is seeking an external examiner for our BA (Hons) Primary Education: Inclusion with SEND (with QTS) 4 year degree programme.

The SEND/Inclusion specialism with QTS offers a highly regarded route into teaching and has a longstanding reputation for good practice in teaching, learning and research. Students qualify to teach in mainstream settings (5-11) and have the option to undertake a placement in a special school setting.

The role will include visits to schools for students on final teaching practice in Spring Term and modules (L5-7) covering Education Studies, Specialism (SEND/Inclusion and curriculum modules.

Information on the external examining role at the University of Cumbria is available via the following link:

http://www.cumbria.ac.uk//about/organisation/professional-services/academic-quality-and-development/external-examiners/

To be eligible you should not:

  • Be a current External Examiner within the University of Cumbria
  • Be currently professionally involved with members of the programme team
  • Be currently employed at any of the University of Cumbria’s associate partners

If you would like further information, please contact the Programme Leader Lyndsay Poyner (Lindsay.Poyner@cumbria.ac.uk) enclosing a relevant CV

 

ETM and EPM_Cumbria

The University of Cumbria requires an External Team Member and an External Panel Member for a validation event which includes the MA Education Professional Practice and the National Award for Special Educational Needs Co-ordination (NASC ).The External Team Member will support the teams with their proposal .The External Panel Member will be required to attend the validation event scheduled for 18th June on the Lancaster Campus .

Please can you send expressions of interest to Karen.watson@cumbria.ac.uk

 

University of Dundee

 

External Examiner: X2 posts

Postgraduate Studies on the Master of Education programme, PGCERT, PGDIP, M. Ed, ideally with International Baccalaureate experience

  1. Postgraduate Studies on the Master of Education programme, PGCERT, PGDIP, M. Ed, ideally with International Baccalaureate experience.

2. Short Term for SSSC PGDIP Childhood Practice.

If you are interested in any of the above vacancies and wish to discuss the roles please contact Programme Director, Dianne Cantali d.l.cantali@dundee.ac.uk; 01382 384783

Please send expressions of interest and a CV to Masters Coordinator, Kristi Herd k.l.herd@dundee.ac.uk

 

University of East London

 

  • Secondary ITE external examiner required. The role requires consideration of modules and practice across all subject designations (September 2018 start ideal). Expressions of interest and CVs to David Wells, wells@uel.ac.uk

 

  •  Primary ITE external examiner required (September 2018 start ideal). Expressions of interest and CVs to David Wells, wells@uel.ac.uk

 

University of Gloucestershire

 

Art & Design PGCE Secondary

The role involves examining the University’s PGCE ‘Provider Led’ 11-16 provision.

The successful applicant will join our team of External Examiners for the PGCE Secondary Course from 2019.

If you are interested in the post and would like further information or to discuss further please contact:

Steve Winstone Strategic Lead for Partnerships at swinstone@glos.ac.uk

 

University of Hertfordshire

 

External-panel-member-for-DLL valiation event

The validation event will take place on 4th June 2019.

Please submit your CV and expression of interest to Antony Quinlan, Senior Lecturer and Programme Tutor at a.quinlan@herts.ac.uk no later than 19th April 2019.

 

University of Leicester

 

Primary and Secondary PGCE Courses (Examiner for each post)

We are ideally looking for an examiner for an immediate start to support the current cohort, but will also welcome expressions of interest to start in September 2019.

If interested in the above vacancy, please send a CV and an expression of interest to:

Dr. Jon Heywood, Secondary PGCE Head of Course, School of Education, University of Leicester

Jh407@le.ac.uk ; 0116 2523673

For further information about either of these posts, please use the link below:

https://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/sas2/assessments/external

 

University of Manchester

 

External examiners are needed for the 2 year Teach First postgraduate diploma in Education:

  • English
  • Humanities (History and Geography) and Modern Languages
  • Temporary maternity leave cover (1 year) – Maths and Science essential

Please submit your CV and expression of interest to Lisa Murtagh lisa.murtagh@manchester.ac.uk

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University of Plymouth

 

We are seeking to appoint external examiners for the following successful, long running courses. Please email any questions and expressions of interest (including a full CV) to the named contacts below:

BEd Primary Humanities (2019/20 start); Rob Longworth at robert.longworth@plymouth.ac.uk

PGCE Secondary Drama (2019/20 start); Jo Lock Smith at jo.locksmith@plymouth.ac.uk

PGCE Secondary Art & Design (2019/20 start); Matthew Wharf at matthew.wharf@plymouth.ac.uk

 

University of Portsmouth

 

External Examiner:  Professional Doctorate (Education)

The School of Education and Sociology at the University of Portsmouth is seeking to appoint an External Examiner for its Professional Doctorate (Education) for September 2019.  This vibrant course will be entering its third year and is attracting students from a range of professional educational background creating a diverse and dynamic student cohort.  The successful EE would have knowledge and experience of working at doctoral level.

For further information please contact the Associate Head Academic, Dr Chris Neanon – chris.neanon@port.ac.uk .  Expressions of interest should be emailed and include a full CV which will include details of relevant experience.

Closing date: 12th April 2019

 

External Examiner Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education.

The School of Education and Sociology at the University of Portsmouth is seeking to appoint an External Examiner for the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education. This is a new part-time provision, spanning two years, which has been specifically designed to support and develop early career teaching staff working at the University. The PgCHE is a core, non-integrated, element of an Academic Professional Apprenticeship, with approximately 40 course members in each cohort. The successful applicant should have knowledge and experience in supporting HE staff development and working with Masters’ level programmes.

For further information please contact the Course Leader, Dr Joanne Brindley joanne.brindley@port.ac.uk. Applications should include a full CV which will include details of relevant experience and be emailed to the Course Leader.

 

External Examiner for School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) Primary

The successful EE would have recent knowledge and experience of teacher training in the Primary sector.

For further information please contact the Associate Head Academic, Dr Chris Neanon – chris.neanon@port.ac.uk .  Expressions of interest should be emailed and include a full CV which will include details of relevant experience.

Deadline for applications is 7th May 2019

 

University of Reading

The  BA in Children’s Development and Learning (BACDL) programme is seeking to appoint an External Examiner, for a 4-year tenure, starting immediately. The BACDL is a 1-year, top-up, full-time programme available for students with an appropriate Foundation Degree (e.g. Foundation Degree in Children’s Development and Learning) and enables them to obtain an honours degree in a year. The programme is work-based and it is designed for practitioners that are already working with children from birth to 11 years old, allowing them to study while working.

If you are interested, please apply by emailing your expression of interest at bacdl@reading.ac.uk and include the following:

    • Full CV
    • Scanned copy of your Right to Work evidence in colour
    • Details of any other External Examining experience and appointments you currently hold (please include start and end dates of these appointments)
    • Details of any involvement you have had with the University of Reading in the past five years

 

University of Roehampton

 

Secondary PGCE Creative Arts Subjects (Art, Drama and/or Music): June 2019 start.

and

PGCE Primary

BA Primary Education (Mathematics)

Both roles are for tenure 2019-2020 to 2022-2023. Closing date for all roles: April 30th.

If interested, please send CV and expression of interest to: Matthew Sossick, Head of Initial Teacher Education: matthew.sossick@roehampton.ac.uk ; 02083927333.

 

University of Strathclyde

 

External Examiner Vacancies: Literacy and Numeracy, Sciences and the Arts and Pedagogy & Placement Learning

Candidates should have relevant expertise and preferably will have had previous experience in overseeing moderation processes within the Initial Teacher Education sector. The role requires attendance at University campus and Partnership Schools at key points in the year. CVs should be forwarded to the School of Education, University of Strathclyde: hass-primaryed-ba@strath.ac.uk

Further detail regarding module content and External Examiner responsibilities is available from https://www.strath.ac.uk/sees/educationenhancement/qualityassurance/externalexaminingoftaughtcourses/ or from the Course Director r.collins@strath.ac.uk

September 2019 start

 

External Examiner for STEM subjects on our Professional Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) course

CVs should be forwarded to Linda Brownlow, Head of School  linda.brownlow@strath.ac.uk

Further detail regarding module content and External Examiner responsibilities is available from https://www.strath.ac.uk/sees/educationenhancement/qualityassurance/externalexaminingoftaughtcourses/ or from the Deputy Course Leader clare.mcalister@strath.ac.uk

September 2019 start

University of Sunderland 

 

BA (Hons.) Childhood Studies/BA (Hons.) Childhood Studies with Early Childhood Graduate Practitioner Competencies

BA (Hons.) Childhood and Society Studies (Top Up)/BA (Hons.) Childhood and Society Studies with Early Childhood Graduate Practitioner Competencies

If you are interested in the position, please send your CV to bruce.marjoribanks@sunderland.ac.uk

PGCE Geography provision

Expressions of interest should be sent to the programme leader, Amber Riches, in the first instance along with a current CV using the following email address: Amber.Riches@sunderland.ac.uk

 

University of Sussex

 

Secondary PGCE and School Direct Programmes

Sept 2019 start (4 year post until 2023). Expressions of interest and CVs direct to:  Jo Tregenza, Director of Initial Teacher Education, School of Education and Social Work, University of Sussex, Brighton, BN1 9QQ or via email to j.tregenza@sussex.ac.uk.

 

University of Wales, Trinity St. David’s

 

Two external examiners for the Professional/Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) / Professional Certificate in Education (PCE) for Post Compulsory Education and Training (PCET) , starting from the beginning of March 2019.

As well as being taught on the University’s central Swansea SA1 Campus, the programme is also taught at three partner colleges: Coleg Sir Gar, Carmarthen; Pembrokeshire College, Pembroke; and Coleg Ceredigion, Aberystwyth.

They are seeking two external examiners with academic and professional experience in ITE for PCET, and who hold HEA Senior Fellowship status, as the Programme is accredited by the HEA/Advance HE.

Please contact the Programme Director, Caroline Usei (caroline.usei@uwtsd.ac.uk) with a short statement of interest (no more than 200 words) and an up-to-date CV that shows academic and professional standing in the area of PCET.

 

University of Winchester

 

PGCE Primary programme

The University of Winchester PGCE Primary programme is looking for an experienced External Examiner to begin September 2019.

Responsibilities will include:

  • school visits to students (currently mid June)
  • scrutiny of students’ work
  • hold discussions with tutors and feedback to the Exam Board in July
  • completion of the External Examiner Report each year

For more details please contact Laura Clarke (Laura.Clarke@winchester.ac.uk)

To apply please send expressions of interest and CV by 19th April.

 

Wrexham Glyndwr University

 

MA Play, Policy and Practice to start as soon as possible.

Programme information: https://www.glyndwr.ac.uk/en/Postgraduatecourses/MAEducation/

Expressions of interest, including CVs, should be sent to the programme leader j.luker@glyndwr.ac.uk

 

FdA Learning Support from September 2019 with the opportunity to fulfil the role of EE for Ed studies for the 2018 – 2019 academic year.

Wrexham Glyndŵr University: FdA Learning Support from September 2019 with the opportunity to fulfil the role of EE for Ed studies for the 2018 – 2019 academic year.  Please contact Dr David Thomas D.Thomas@glyndwr.ac.uk for expressions of interest.

 

Job Vacancies

 

King’s College London

 

The School of Education, Communication and Society, King’s College London are currently advertising four new academic positions. They are:

Lecturer in Computing Education

Closing date 16th May 2019

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Lecturer in Science Education

Closing date 16th May 2019

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Lecturer in Social Justice (2 posts)

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Closing date 16th May 2019

 

Liverpool John Moores University

 

Head of Primary ITE Programmes at Liverpool John Mores University

Closing Date:  22/04/2019

 

Programme Leader Educational Studies at Liverpool John Moores University

Closing Date  22/04/2019

Nottingham Trent University

 

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Secondary English Education

Closing date: 9 May 2019

 

Open University (Wales)

 

Director PGCE Programme –  Faculty of Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies (WELS)

An enthusiastic and highly experienced academic manager in the role of Director PGCE Programme, to lead the new ground-breaking alternative routes Primary and Secondary PGCE programme in Wales, working in close collaboration with the Welsh Government and other stakeholders.

Based in Cardiff.

Closing time and date: noon 16th April

 

Lecturer in Education Studies (Primary)

http://www.open.ac.uk/about/employment/vacancies/lecturer-education-studies-primary-15794

Closing time and date: noon 3 May 2019

 

Lecturer in Early Childhood

http://www.open.ac.uk/about/employment/vacancies/lecturer-early-childhood-15795

Closing time and date: noon 3 May 2019

 

University of Bristol

 

Professor of Higher Education and Internationalisation

Closing Date: 19th May 2019

University of Chester

 

Senior Lecturer in History Education

Details can be found at https://jobs.chester.ac.uk/wrl/pages/vacancy.jsf?latest=00013725.

Fixed Term Contract until 31/05/2021

Closing date: 30/04/2019

 

University of East Anglia

 

Faculty of Social Sciences
School of Education and Lifelong Learning 
 
Lecturer in Education (Secondary English), 0.8fte

 

https://myview.uea.ac.uk/webrecruitment/pages/vacancy.jsf?latest=01006663

Closing Date: 14th May 2019

University of Greenwich

 

Professor and Head of School of Education – University of Greenwich

Salary:   £67,000 to £75,000 per annum but may be more for an exceptionally qualified candidate

From September 2019, the Departments of Education and Community Studies and Teacher Education are merging to become the School of Education. The new School of Education will have over 70 staff and will continue to honour our long and excellent reputation, inherited from our previous incarnations as Dartford and Avery Hill Colleges. As a key part of this new start we are looking to appoint a new Head who can build further upon recent outstanding Ofsted ratings for primary education, and good ratings for secondary, lifelong learning and early-years outcomes, and continue to ensure that all areas of the School demonstrate excellence, including developing further innovations in curriculum design, research, policy and practice. We want a new Head who has the drive to develop and widen our local and global impact in teacher education, and also who can set a new agenda to develop our Education research and impact. We are looking to appoint a visionary academic who has wide experience in developing and delivering research and policy in a higher education setting, and who has a desire to build on our already excellent local and national reputation.

Further details: https://jobs.gre.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=4790&forced=1

 

 

University of Roehampton

 

Head of Primary Professional Studies

The closing date for completed applications is: 1 May 2019

It is expected that interviews will be held towards the end of May 2019