School Vacancy Bulletin for Birmingham

HomeLog in | Join

Print | Join bulletin mail list



Eteach vacancy bulletin for Birmingham




29 August 2015










Telephone: 0121 464 1780
Fax: 0121 464 7479


Published by www.eteach.com

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

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 Lecturer Music Marketing and E-commerce

Job Ref: FEJobs/BCU/PT/MME
Salary: £24.47 to £26.74 per hour
Part Time and Permanent
Term of contract: Term-Time Only
Required From: As soon as possible

We would like to present this exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team delivering music business tuition.

Course: BA (Hons) Music Business

Hours: 6 hours per week
Commencing: September 2015

Our 2-year accelerated degree course is validated by Birmingham City University.

You will work closely with the Programme Leader and Head of HE Development in liaison with Birmingham City University, to ensure maintenance of academic standards, policies and procedures including curriculum and quality in accordance with the programme requirements.
An articulate communicator, you will hold a minimum of an undergraduate degree in Business/Music Business, or a related subject.
Experience of teaching at HE level (schemes of work, session plans, assessment) with previous teaching / lecturing experience is desirable.
Ideally we are looking for one candidate that can deliver on both our music marketing and e-commerce strands, however, these modules can be split dependent on the skills and experience of applicants.
Responsible for:
? Delivery of degree module content
? Management of students and their learning
? Assessment and reporting of student achievement

Music Marketing Indicative Content

Applicants should have experience and skills in:
• Awareness of the tools required to facilitate the release, marketing and distribution of a product within the UK music industry
• Analysing and evaluating a variety of established marketing theories and techniques
• Concepts surrounding marketing within the music industry
• Creating a marketing plan and a products ‘route to market’
• How to effectively target potential customers in order to establish the product
• Marketing planning, marketing strategies, targeting potential customers

E-Commerce Indicative Content:

Applicants should have experience and skills in:
• Experience of creating, developing and growing an online business venture
• Have the skills required for online entrepreneurship
• Awareness of the impact of digital technologies on the music industry, namely on opportunities created by E-commerce for entrepreneurs
• How e-commerce strategies have impacted on the music industry value chain
• The changes in consumption of music related goods focusing on customer demographics, and targeted permission marketing
• Finance and digital rights in an E-commerce environment are also examined
• The key stages of planning an E-commerce strategy for entry to market

Essential skills and qualifications to include:
? Qualified to degree level or equivalent.
? 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.
? Relevant teaching qualification at level 4 or above (or currently studying towards)

Applications to reach us by 9am on Friday 4 September 2015. Interviews will be announced after short listing.


Closing date: 4 September 2015 Apply now



Powered by Eteach