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Eteach vacancy bulletin for Birmingham




3 August 2015










Telephone: 0121 464 1780
Fax: 0121 464 7479


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Primary Schools

Christ the King Catholic Primary School
Warren Farm Road, Kingstanding, Birmingham, B44 0QN.
Phone: 0121 464 9800
Fax: 0121 382 0986
Email: enquiry@christkng.bham.sch.uk
Number on roll: 341


Headteacher

Job Ref: Eteach/
Salary: L18 - 24
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: 1 January 2016

Experienced, inspirational and enthusiastic Catholic required to lead outstanding primary school.

We are looking for a practising Catholic who:

• has a strong commitment to our school's Catholic mission and aims;
• is highly motivated with proven leadership skills and experience of successfully leading aspects of school improvement;
• has excellent management and interpersonal skills and the ability to lead, challenge and inspire staff so that all children experience the best possible Catholic education;
• has proven success as an excellent classroom teacher, able to inspire and motivate all children to achieve their personal best;
• will continue to develop effective partnerships between home, school, parish and the wider community including other local Catholic schools.

We can offer:
• A caring ethos where everyone is valued;
• A happy and vibrant learning environment where children are eager to learn and are well behaved;
• Highly effective and hardworking staff;
• Supportive, dedicated and well informed Governors;
• Strong partnership with the parish community;
• Excellent opportunities for personal and professional development

Visits to our school are strongly encouraged.

Please contact the school to make an appointment for a school visit and to request an information pack. Further information about our school is available on the school website.

Applications must be made using the correct CES application form.

Closing date: 12 noon on FRIDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2015
Proposed Interviews: THURSDAY 24 SEPTEMBER and FRIDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2015

Successful candidates will be expected to maintain and promote the Catholic character of the school and will therefore be required to sign a CES contract.

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

This position is subject to a disclosure check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

Closing date: 10 September 2015 Apply now



Secondary Schools

Dame Elizabeth Cadbury School
Woodbrooke Road, Birmingham, B30 1UL.
Phone: 0121 464 4040
Fax: 0121 459 2856
Email: enquiry@dectc.bham.sch.uk
Number on roll: 602


MFL Teacher - French and/or German

Job Ref: Eteach/
Salary: Main Teacher Pay Scale
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: 1 September 2015

We are seeking to appoint an outstanding teacher to join a thriving MFL department from September 2015 or January 2016.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and knowledgeable teacher to contribute to the further development of languages and with the ability to teach GCSE French.


NQTs are welcome to apply.

What we want
An inspirational leader with:
• A track record of good and/ or outstanding teaching
• A track record of raising attainment in KS3 and KS4 students
• A vision and passion for growth and development of young people
• The knowledge and skills needed to be an effective and impactful form tutor
• A relentless commitment to outstanding support for youngsters
• A driving ambition to make a difference to every child

What we offer:
• Excellent pupil behaviour
• A fully supportive leadership and pastoral structure
• A rigorous, challenging and supportive line management structure
• High quality, bespoke and often accredited CPD to meet individual needs
• The opportunity to work alongside inspirational teachers and leaders
• Progression for our most talented and outstanding teachers

Closing date for applications is 4pm on Friday 28th August 2015
Interviews will take place the week commencing 31st August 2015

Dame Elizabeth Cadbury Technology College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.

Closing date: 27 August 2015 Apply now


St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School
Wychall Lane, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B38 8AP.
Phone: 0121 464 4643
Fax: 0121 464 4043
Email: enquiry@stacs.bham.sch.uk
Number on roll: 1206


Pastoral Manager

Job Ref: Eteach/Pastoral Manager
Salary: Grade 4 pro rata
Term Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

Pastoral Manager Grade 4 £25,440 - £31,846 pro rata
Term time only to Start asap (preferably by 1 October 2015)

• Are you passionate about the education, well-being and care of young people?
• Are you enthusiastic about students reaching their full potential?
• Are you excited about the possibility of joining a dedicated team of committed and hardworking staff?

St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School is looking for a Pastoral Manager who will have the experience and skills to champion the needs of students with identified safeguarding issues. They will provide effective, professional and timely information to colleagues in other services and gain the confidence and respect of the families at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School.

Please refer to the job description and person specification for further details.

Closing date: 18 August 2015 Apply now


St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School
Wychall Lane, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B38 8AP.
Phone: 0121 464 4643
Fax: 0121 464 4043
Email: enquiry@stacs.bham.sch.uk
Number on roll: 1206


Cover Supervisor

Job Ref: Eteach/COVSUP Sept
Salary: £16,131 - £20,725
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

This post is for a full-time term time only Cover Supervisor to cover both foreseen and unforeseen absences.

• Are you passionate about the education and care of young people?

• Are you enthusiastic about student reaching their full potential?
• Are you excited about the possibility of joining a dedicated team of committed and hardworking staff?

The successful applicant would:
• Provide stability and continuity for students whose lessons are affected through short term teaching staff absence
• To provide additional support to curriculum leaders, teaching staff and students.

St Thomas Aquinas is a large and thriving 11-18 Catholic comprehensive school where staff and students from all faiths live out the school mission and every member of the community feels valued and engaged.

In 2011 the school was judged to be Outstanding by OFSTED.

This is a wonderful opportunity for the right person to work with highly dedicated staff in a popular Catholic secondary school.

It is an exciting time to join St Thomas Aquinas School as we became part of the Lumen Christi Catholic Multi Academy on the 1 April 2015. This links us with five of our Catholic Primary Feeder Schools and brings real opportunities for collaborative teaching and learning.

Informal visits to the school are welcome, please contact the School Office to arrange.

Closing date 31 AUGUST 2015 with interviews will take place on w/c 7 September 2015.

Closing date: 31 August 2015 Apply now



Colleges (FE/HE)

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


Part-Time Vocal Tutor

Job Ref: FEJobs/BMus/Vocal
Salary: £24.47 to £26.74 per hour
Part Time and Fixed Term Contract
Term of contract: Term-Time (45 weeks)
Required From: As soon as possible

An exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team delivering popular music performance on a 2-year accelarated degree course.

Course: BMus Popular Music

Commencing: September 2015
Working Pattern: 3-hours per week, over 45-weeks

You will be required to deliver content on musicianship module that comprises:

Understanding existing organisations in the Music Industry
Key organisations, their role and business models and how they, ultimately interact and share revenue generated through music performance. Royalty creation, copyright exploitation, royalty collection and distribution, business services.

Understanding the relationships and interplay between organisations, institutions and individuals.

Understanding revenue flow through the industry from collation to distribution. Royalty flow, commercial flow, business relationships, business support, commercial organisations.

You will work closely with the Course Director in liaison with Birmingham City University, our validating partner, to ensure maintenance of academic standards, policies and procedures including curriculum and quality in accordance with the programme requirements.

An articulate communicator and teacher, you will be a music industry professional with a minimum of an undergraduate degree in Popular Music, or a related Arts subject.

You will have experience at HE level (schemes of work, session plans, assessment) with previous teaching / lecturing experience.

Responsible for:
• Delivery of degree module content
• Management of students and their learning
• Assessment and reporting of student achievement

Essential skills and experience to include:
• Employment opportunities within the UK music industry
• Organisations and institutions within the UK music industry
• Marketing and self promotion skills
• Working on a self-employed basis within the UK music industry
• Project Management
• Cultural/social/historical developments in popular music
• Music media
• Writing and research skills
• Communication and presentation skills

Essential skills and qualifications to include:
• Qualified to degree level or equivalent.
• Qualified teacher (or, currently studying at Level 4 or above).
• Level 2 in Numeracy and Literacy.
• Good ICT skills.
• Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of Safeguarding issues relevant to the post.
• Excellent teaching skills
• Ability to relate to diverse teaching groups.
• Skills relevant for tutorial / pastoral support if required.
• Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these.

Desirable Criteria
• Relevant teaching qualification

Applications to reach us by 9am on Friday 28 August 2015. Interviews to take place 9 September 2015.


Closing date: 28 August 2015 Apply now


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


Part-Time Lecturer [Anatomy of the Music Industry]

Job Ref: FEJobs/BMus/AMI
Salary: £24.47 to £26.74 per hour
Part Time and Fixed Term Contract
Term of contract: Term-Time (45 weeks)
Required From: As soon as possible

We would like to present this exciting opportunity to contribute to a dynamic team, delivering popular music performance.

Post: Part-time Lecturer - Anatomy of the Music Industry

Course: BMus Popular Music
Commencing: September 2015
Working Pattern: 3-hours per week, over 45-weeks

You will be required to deliver content on musicianship module that comprises:

Understanding existing organisations in the Music Industry
Key organisations, their role and business models and how they, ultimately interact and share revenue generated through music performance. Royalty creation, copyright exploitation, royalty collection and distribution, business services.

Understanding the relationships and interplay between organisations, institutions and individuals.

Understanding revenue flow through the industry from collation to distribution. Royalty flow, commercial flow, business relationships, business support, commercial organisations.

You will work closely with the Course Director in liaison with Birmingham City University, our validating partner, to ensure maintenance of academic standards, policies and procedures including curriculum and quality in accordance with the programme requirements.

An articulate communicator and teacher, you will be a music industry professional with a minimum of an undergraduate degree in Popular Music, or a related Arts subject.

You will have experience at HE level (schemes of work, session plans, assessment) with previous teaching / lecturing experience.

Responsible for:
• Delivery of degree module content
• Management of students and their learning
• Assessment and reporting of student achievement

Essential skills and experience to include:
• Employment opportunities within the UK music industry
• Organisations and institutions within the UK music industry
• Marketing and self promotion skills
• Working on a self-employed basis within the UK music industry
• Project Management
• Cultural/social/historical developments in popular music
• Music media
• Writing and research skills
• Communication and presentation skills

Essential skills and qualifications to include:
• Qualified to degree level or equivalent.
• Qualified teacher (or, currently studying at Level 4 or above).
• Level 2 in Numeracy and Literacy.
• Good ICT skills.
• Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of Safeguarding issues relevant to the post.
• Excellent teaching skills
• Ability to relate to diverse teaching groups.
• Skills relevant for tutorial / pastoral support if required.
• Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these.

Desirable Criteria
• Relevant teaching qualification

Applications to reach us by 9am on Friday 28 August 2015. Interviews to take place 9 September 2015.






Closing date: 28 August 2015 Apply now


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


Lecturer – Early Years

Job Ref: FEJobs/T789
Salary: £19,647- £35,415 per annum
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

Lecturer Early Years,
Salary: £19,647-£35,415 per annum, Location: Longbridge,Birmingham,
Contract type:Permanent full time

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our STEM faculty at Bournville College. During our latest Ofsted inspection in May 2014, we received a Grade 2 (Good). Our students are at the heart of everything we do and we pride ourselves on the quality of our teaching and learning.

We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Early Years who can encourage, motivate and inspire learners, to teach on a range of qualifications.

The successful candidate will hold an appropriate degree or professional qualification, a level 5 teaching qualification or level 4 teaching qualification (pre 2007) and relevant and proven experience of teaching teach on a range of Early Years qualifications from Level 1 to 4.

Closing date for receipt of applications: 11 August 2015 at 5pm


Bournville College 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. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced disclosure check through the confidential process administered by the Disclosure & Barring Service. A conviction may not exclude candidates but will be considered as part of the recruitment process. We are an equal opportunities employer. Applications will be considered from those wishing to job share.


Closing date: 11 August 2015 Apply now


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


Lecturer - CIPD

Job Ref: FEJobs/T791
Salary: £19,647- £35,415 pro-rata
Term Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

Lecturer- CIPD
Term Time 36 weeks, 18.25 hours per week

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Professional Studies faculty at Bournville College. During our latest Ofsted inspection in May 2014, we received a Grade 2 (Good). Our students are at the heart of everything we do and we pride ourselves on the quality of our teaching and learning.

We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in CIPD who can encourage, motivate and inspire learners, to teach on a range of qualifications. Some evening work is expected.

The successful candidate will hold an appropriate degree or professional qualification, a level 5 teaching qualification or level 4 teaching qualification (pre 2007). They will also have relevant and proven experience of teaching on CIPD Courses.


Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 7 August 2015 at 5pm
Interview date: Wednesday 26 August 2015


Closing date: 7 August 2015 Apply now


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


Multimedia Designer

Job Ref: FEJobs/S789
Salary: £19,008 - £21,198 per annum
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: As soon as possible

Multimedia Designer. Hours: 36.5 per week Full Time

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Marketing team at Bournville College. During our latest Ofsted inspection in May 2014, we received a Grade 2 (Good). Our students are at the heart of everything we do and we pride ourselves on the quality of our teaching and learning.

We are seeking to appoint a Multimedia Designer who can develop and produce professional innovative design and artwork for a wide range of marketing and communications materials.

The successful candidate will hold an appropriate degree or equivalent graphic design qualification or relevant experience in a graphic design role. They will also have natural ability and flare for design, experience in the use of MAC software including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop along with knowledge of printing processes, typesetting and layout skills and proven proof reading and copy checking skills.

Applicants are required to submit examples of their work (portfolio) with their application.

Closing date for receipt of applications: Monday 17 August 2015 at 5pm
Interview date: Tuesday 25 August 2015


Closing date: 17 August 2015 Apply now



Academies

Park View Academy Sponsored by CORE Education Trust
Naseby Road, Alum Rock, Birmingham, B8 3HG.
Phone: 0121 566 6500
Fax: 0121 566 6502
Email: enquiry@parkview.bham.sch.uk
Number on roll: 603


Head of Partnerships

Job Ref: Eteach/
Salary: Grade 5 £32,778 - £40,217
Full Time and Permanent
Required From: 1 September 2015

The CORE Education Trust is inspired and guided by its 4 Core values of Collaboration; Opportunity; Respect and Excellence.

It is a new Trust led by some of Birmingham’s leading educational and business leaders. The Trust works in partnership with the Greet Teaching School Alliance and enjoys support from a vast network of expertise.


The Trust is looking for a dynamic, confident and experienced individual to develop our new business strategy, focusing on new sponsors and partners, driving funding for CORE projects and increasing income year on year.

CORE Education Trust is committed to safeguarding children and safer recruitment procedures. The successful candidate will need to undertake a DBS Enhanced Disclosure.

Please note we do not accept CVs.

Core Education Trust is an equal opportunities employer.

Closing date: 7 August 2015 Apply now



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