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Education Advisers

Location:
UK (home-based with occasional travel)
Salary Details:
Competitive
26 Apr 2021
About the role

Job type: permanent

Having secured a couple of really exciting projects with the Department for Education in recent weeks – the Early Career Framework and National Professional Qualifications for school leaders - we are looking to expand our UK education team with a number of roles at Education Adviser and Senior Education Adviser levels. 

To join the team, you will ideally be a qualified teacher and perhaps have school leadership, consulting or programme management experience. You will have excellent credentials in the design, delivery and evaluation/quality assurance of professional development programmes for teachers (especially early career teachers) and school leaders. You will understand the evidence which supports this work, but also be able to articulate what this knowledge and know-how looks like in schools and how educators get better at their craft. 

As it’s 2021, you’ll have a good sense of how technology can support this – and perhaps where it doesn’t!

We are also interested in the following specialist expertise:
- People with experience of having run school-based ITT programmes with a particular understanding of the quality frameworks in this area.
- People with experience of monitoring and evaluating professional development programmes for educators, using data – big and small – to determine impact and plan for continuous improvement.

The majority of our work will be supporting school-based delivery partners, so you will have the credibility, humility, coaching and communication skills to support experienced teacher educators in a really wide range of contexts. You will be joining a broader education team who work across a range of programmes supporting teachers and practitioners to improve, from school culture and behaviour to communication in pre-school settings. In addition to programme work, you’ll get the chance to refine our methodologies, develop research and thought leadership publications, represent the organisation externally and work with a brilliant, multidisciplinary UK team who are completely committed to transforming life chances through education. 

In return we offer a competitive salary, a generous holiday allowance, a range of voluntary benefits, health and discount benefits, excellent development opportunities, and family friendly policies to support flexible working. 

Closing date: Monday 26th April.
Interviews will take place early late April / early May. 
Application process: Towards the bottom of this page you can download the job description and apply. Once you click apply you will be required to complete a short online application form and upload your CV.
Job Descriptions: We have attached both the Education Adviser and Senior Education Adviser job descriptions to this advert. Please click on 'Job Description' to download the Education Adviser JD and click on 'Additional Details' to download the Senior Education Adviser JD

We will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis and reserve the right to close our vacancies early.

Education Development Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults whom we work with and come into contact with around the world. All applicants are subject to thorough screening and for applicable roles, successful candidates are subject to relevant criminal record checks with national police authorities or the UK’s Disclosure and Barring Service

COVID-19: We continue to follow the guidance from the UK Government and will be conducting most interviews virtually. Education Development Trust supports flexible working, with the majority of colleagues continuing to work from home throughout this pandemic.

About the organisation

Education Development Trust is an education charity that exists to transform lives by improving education around the world. We work collaboratively with national and local governments, schools and other partners to design and deliver sustainable solutions to improve education.

Please click here to see our Annual Impact Review for 2019/20, which highlights the ways in which our work has impacted lives around the world – and the progress we have made since 2018/19.