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Eteach vacancy bulletin for Birmingham




1 August 2014










Telephone: 0121 464 1780
Fax: 0121 464 7479


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Primary Schools

St Gerard's Catholic Primary School
Yatesbury Avenue, Castle Vale, Birmingham, B35 6LB.
Phone: 0121 464 2613
Fax: 0121 464 4542
Email: enquiry@stgerard.bham.sch.uk
Number on roll: 229


Assistant Head Teacher

Job Ref: Eteach/Assistant Head
Salary: £37,836 - £41,757
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: 1 January 2015

Assistant Head Teacher
Pay Range: L1- L5 £37,836 - £41,757
St Gerard’s Catholic Primary School

Assistant Head Teacher
Pay Range: L1- L5 £37,836 - £41,757
St Gerard’s Catholic Primary School Yatesbury Avenue, Castle Vale,
Birmingham B35 6LB
Required for January 2015

We are looking to appoint an inspirational Assistant Head Teacher to lead our Nursery and Reception Team, with responsibility for the Foundation Stage and transition to Key Stage 1.

Are you a practising Catholic committed to Catholic Education?
• Are you a well organised, motivational leader who can continue to move our Early Years forward and further improve on our innovative practice?
• Do you know how to get the best out of the staff you work with, sharing your high expectations and commitment?
• Do you have the skills and desire to become an influential member of our Senior Leadership Team?
• Are you an outstanding teacher with a proven track record in Early Years?
• Do you have recent experience of teaching in Reception or Nursery and have a good working knowledge of the EYFS?

If the answer is yes, we can offer;
• An exciting place to develop your leadership skills.
• A friendly, well-resourced environment with wonderful children.
• Commitment to your continued professional development
• We are a good school with outstanding features and we are looking for someone to join us on our journey of continuing improvement to become an outstanding school.

Visits to our school are strongly encouraged. Please contact the school office to arrange.

Closing Date: Friday 26th September 12 noon. Interviews week commencing 6th October 2014.

We expect and welcome visits by prospective candidates. Please contact the school office to arrange a mutually convenient time to visit and collect an application pack or request a pack via email.

We look forward to welcoming you to St Gerard’s.


Closing date: 11 August 2014 Apply now



Colleges (FE/HE)

ACCESS TO MUSIC: BIRMINGHAM
Heath Mill Studios, 68 Heath Mill Lane, Digbeth, B9 4AR.
Phone: 0800 281 842


Course Manager, Music Performance – Level 3

Job Ref: FEJobs/AtMBirm/CMPM3/07/2014
Salary: £24,054-£27,073 pro rata
Part Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

We would like to present an exciting opportunity to join and contribute to a dynamic team at Access to Music, Birmingham.

Access to Music, are the UK’s largest designer and provider of popular music education. We are seeking an inspirational teacher and musician to manage Level 3 music performance provision at our centre in Digbeth.

The successful candidate will have the ability to inspire learners looking to find a place within the music industry. The post will also involve lecturing on our Music Business level 3 provision; therefore, a wide knowledge base with the ability to teach across multiple courses is desirable.

The successful candidate will have:
• Current and relevant industry knowledge.
• Experience of working in the industry.
• Teaching experience, with ability to teach levels 2 and 3.
• Instrumental experience (includes vocals).
• Experience of performance.
• Experience of managing people and resources.
• Studio and / or live recording experience.
• The ability to lead a course team through support.
• The ability to work flexibly as part of a team.
• The ability to make a contribution to the development of the curriculum and resources.
• The suitability to work with children and young people.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• A commitment to provide an outstanding and inspirational service to staff and students.
• A commitment to the organisation’s values, with particular focus on student success (through excellence in teaching & learning).
• A proactive approach demonstrating an openness to change.
• A commitment to continuing professional development.
• A commitment to equality of opportunity.
• The ability to meet targets and objectives both personally and organisationally

Essential Qualifications:
• A formal teaching qualification at level 4 (CTLLS or equivalent) or above.
• A degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant subject area.
Desirable:
• Professional registration to an appropriately recognised organisation (e.g. IFL).

Knowledge and Experience
• Experience of working in FE.
• Experience of the post-16 age group.
• A demonstrable record of success in previous roles.
• Significant successful experience of teaching on the relevant course area
• Knowledge and understanding of mechanisms for the identification, assessment and support of learner needs
• Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these


The closing date for this post is Monday 11 August 2014. Interviews will be held in Birmingham during week commencing 18 August 2014


Closing date: 11 August 2014 Apply now


Bournville College
2 Devon Way, Longbridge, Birmingham, B31 2TS.
Phone: 0121 477 1310
Email: michelle.ward@bournville.ac.uk


Motor Vehicle Technician

Job Ref: FEJobs/T756A
Salary: £17,244 - £18,465 per annum
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

Motor Vehicle Technician
Salary: £17,244 - £18,465 per annum
Permanent 36.5 hours

The main focus of this role is to provide technical support for motor vehicle courses based in the Sciences programme area, including supporting the motor vehicle team to ensure effective and efficient curriculum delivery.

The successful candidate will possess an appropriate level 2 Technical or Vocational qualification, have experience of operating a range of specialised equipment and experience of working in a motor vehicle workshop, repairing Light Vehicles, maintaining stock levels and have basic IT skills with the ability to use MS Office Word.

You will ideally have experience of working within an FE environment, be able to complete risk assessments and have experience of repairing Motorcycles.

Closing Date: Tuesday 19 August 2014 at 5pm
It is anticipated that interviews will be held on Friday 29 August 2014



Closing date: 19 August 2014 Apply now


Cadbury Sixth Form College
Downland Close, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B38 8QT.
Phone: 0121 433 2601
Fax: 0121 433 2619
Number on roll: 1350


Web Developer

Job Ref: FEJobs/WDJul14
Salary: SFCA Grade 6
Full Time and Permanent
Job description:

Full time (36.5 hours/week), full year, permanent position

Cadbury Sixth Form College wishes to appoint a full time, permanent Web Developer to create online e-learning content and manage the design and front-end development of online systems.


Duties will include:

• Maintaining and developing an integrated teaching, learning, communication and information environment for staff and students.
• Using a range of technology tools to develop high quality content.
• Participating in the delivery of staff training and promoting good practice in ILT.
• Contributing to College ILT strategic planning and review processes.
• Liaising with subject specialists, IT and learning support staff as required.
• Undertaking training in key software such as Sharepoint, as appropriate.
• Supervision of a Web Design Apprentice
• The performance of any other duties, at the discretion of the Principal, which are commensurate and reasonable within the grade and responsibilities of the post.

Person Specification – Essential Requirements:

• A proven record demonstrating knowledge and experience of web authoring technology including HTML, CSS and Javascript
• Ability to work effectively on own initiative and as a member of a team
• Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with teaching staff

Person Specification – Desirable Requirements:

• Knowledge and experience of virtual learning environments (especially Moodle)
• Knowledge and experience of content development design (especially Joomla, SharePoint and InfoPath)
• Experience of working in a college environment
• Awareness of current developments in post 16 education

Salary: Successful candidates will be placed on the SFCA Support Staff Pay Spine at Grade 6 Points 29-32 (currently £22,288 - £24,478 pa). There is the potential for future salary progression with further experience/training in Sharepoint.

Working Hours: This is a full time role for 36.5 hours per week, full year.

Safeguarding: Cadbury Sixth Form College is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share the commitment. This role will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and barred list check.


Closing date: 26 August 2014 Apply now



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