- 141 St James Road , G4 0LT
- £42,149 - £51,799 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 35 hours per week
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The School of Education at the University of Strathclyde is the largest provider of Teacher Education in Scotland. We are seeking to appoint a Teaching Fellow in Religious and Moral Education on an open contract (permanent) basis to work with students on our undergraduate and postgraduate Education courses.
The post holder will contribute to our Religious and Moral Education provision in terms of overarching issues, as well as on delivery of PGDE (Secondary) Religious and Moral Education. The role will include delivery of on campus classes and carrying out placement assessments.
The post involves designing and delivering teaching materials, assessing students on campus and while on placement, engaging in scholarship projects and disseminating the results through knowledge exchange activities.
Candidates will have recent Religious and Moral Education classroom experience, including evidence of managing, developing and implementing recent curricular change and Scottish Government strategic initiatives at school level. Candidates will have excellent knowledge of recent developments in Scottish Education and recent experience of working with and supporting students and probationer teachers. It is essential that candidates hold full registration with the General Teaching Council for Scotland, or are eligible to register prior to taking up post.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate a successful track record of professional experience of Religious and Moral Education teaching in the secondary school context.
Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Linda Brownlow, Head of School of Education (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Formal interviews for this post will be held on 13/06/2022.
The University of Strathclyde is a socially progressive institution that strives to ensure equality of opportunity and celebrates the diversity of its student and staff community. Strathclyde is people-oriented and collaborative, offering a supportive and flexible working culture with a deep commitment to our equality, diversity and inclusion charters, initiatives, groups and networks.
We strongly encourage applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnicity, women, LGBT+, and disabled candidates and candidates from lower socio-economic groups and care-experienced backgrounds.
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