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Academic Tutors - International Teacher Education

Education & Society - School of Education

Company:  University Of Sunderland
Location:  Sunderland Campus
Hourly Rate:  £21.91 - £26.14
Closing Date: 
Reference:  AT-FES
Further details:    Candidate Pack    

The University of Sunderland is in an exciting phase of its development with a new vision and redefined strategic ambitions designed to take advantage of the ever-changing higher education landscape at home and overseas.  

Our ambitious strategic plan for 2016-2021 capitalised on our long and successful track-record of being a ‘life changing’ 21st century global University and this will continue into the future as we grow and evolve.

This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the development of our Education provision in the vibrant School of Education at The University of Sunderland and to contribute to the promotion of teaching, research, and reach-out activities across the School. You will join our creative team of academics, researchers and teacher educators and contribute to our thriving partnership with education settings across the world. You will have the opportunity to work flexibly as part of our Academic Tutor bank. 

The University of Sunderland is nationally and internationally recognised for the calibre of our provision which includes: 

  • Initial Teacher Training for Primary and Secondary Undergraduate and Postgraduate routes 
  • Masters in Education for On-Campus and International routes
  • International and Independent Distance Learning PGCE Education and PGCE Early Years Teaching.
  • PCET Training for post-16 phases.

Recent additions to our provision in the School of Education include: our BA (Hons) Primary with SEND QTS and MA SEND programmes.

You will work within our Education team across a range of Independent Distance Learning (IDL) modules In International Teacher Education (ITE) , contribute to the wider developments of your specialist area/s and engage in on line student support, both via email and via live tutorials. Contributing to subject teaching and curriculum development of designated modules and programmes, you will lead on/contribute a wide range of bespoke and cutting-edge pedagogical practices in ITE. 

We are particularly interested in candidates who have specific specialisms including but not limited to teacher training, online teaching and learning, mentoring and coaching, international education, curriculum development, education theory and practice, areas relating to equality and diversity areas, safeguarding (national and international), school leadership, professional development, and teachers with strong curriculum subject knowledge and phase strengths. Experience may be drawn from the Early Years, Primary, Secondary, and Post-Compulsory phases. 

Candidates will need to be familiar with working in an online environment and with face-to-face support and discussion with students via online platforms. Candidates must also have QTS/QTLS status. 

The hourly rate of pay for this role is between £21.91 - £26.14 (this includes holiday pay).

Please email your CV and completed candidate pack to Dionne Ross - as well as any informal enquiries you may have. 

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