Careers

Careers

Teaching Leaders is an innovative charity, which sets out  to measurably raise levels of pupil achievement in schools working in challenging contexts through developing outstanding middle leaders (i.e. heads of department, heads of year and other whole-school roles).

We were developed in partnership with four of the UK’s most forward-thinking educational organisations: the National College, ARK, Teach First and Future Leaders.

The TL Fellows Programme  was launched in 2008 with an inaugural cohort of 30 in inner London schools. Five years later we’ve developed a modular programme(TL Teams) and we’re now working with almost 444 secondary schools across England; 243 of which have supported our network of 776 Fellows and Alumni through our flagship TL Fellows Programme. In response to the challenges facing primary schools, in 2014, TL developed a bespoke leadership development programme called TL Primary for 1,200 teachers in partnership with NAHT, CfBT and primary heads from across the country.

Find out more about Teaching Leaders movement and the impact we’ve had so far in this Prezi, and take a look at our vacancies below to see how you could be part of the next chapter in our journey.  We’d encourage you to look carefully at our mission and values before applying.

Associate Director, School Relations North (maternity cover)

A fantastic opportunity is available to join the senior team on a maternity contract in one of Teaching Leaders’ largest regional teams; leading school/ area partnerships, relationships and recruitment for our three programmes in the region.

The School Relations Associate Director (SRAD) will take overall strategic and operational responsibility for school relations, recruitment, sales, assessment and selection in the North, managing the school relations team.  Through managing regional relations with schools, education organisations and corporate partners, the SRAD will, along with the Regional Director, act as the face of TL in the region.  The post-holder will also work closely with the External Relations Team, supporting on the development and implementation of Teaching Leaders’ communications strategy.

Read the full job description here.  The application deadline is Friday 29 August, 9am. To apply please submit a cover letter outlining in detail your suitability for the role and reasons for applying with your CV to Kathryn Humphreys.

Alumni Associate (North)

The Alumni Associate will be based in Manchester and will play a central role in supporting the Alumni Movement in the north of England. We currently have just over 100 Alumni based in this region and another 130 are due to graduate in 2015.

Teaching Leaders is at an exciting point in its growth. We began in 2008 with a cohort of 30 Fellows in London and by autumn 2014, the Alumni movement will number 430 middle and senior leaders across the UK. With the number of Alumni set to increase by another 280 in 2015, harnessing their collective energy so that they work as a movement to address educational disadvantage is now an organisational priority. The role of the Alumni team at Teaching Leaders is to act as a catalyst for this movement, providing direction, recommendations and guidance. To find out more information please look at the JD here. http://www.teachingleaders.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Alumni-Associate-job-description-Teaching-Leaders-2.pdf

Interested candidates should email a CV and Cover Letter to katie.singer@teachingleaders.org.uk by midnight on 18 September 2014.

2014 Programme Experience Manager, Midlands

Programme Experience Managers (PEMs) support the progress of Fellows and the delivery of the programme through relationship and event management; as well as feeding into Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting (ME&R) in order to optimise the impact for both teachers and students based in schools in challenging contexts. The new Midlands PEM will be joining an existing delivery team, specifically joining the 2014 cohort team. The successful candidate will need to be able to quickly pick up the key aspects of the role and immediately begin to build positive relationships with Fellows on the programme.

To find out more about the role including how to apply, please read the full JD here. Interested candidates should email the following to kevin.oneill@teachingleaders.org.uk by 9am on Monday 22 September

  • Cover Letter – please detail how your skills and experience meet the person specification for this role. Please also state where you saw this job role advertised.
  • CV with details of 2 referees (one of which must be your current or most recent employer). We will not contact referees without your permission.

Teams Programme Experience Manager, North

The Teams Programme Experience Manager will play a key role in the team in supporting the Teams Programme, ensuring the continual delivery of a high quality in-school training programmes across the North. We are looking for a mission aligned individual with good attention to detail, who is a great communicator and has a proven track record in following a process and prioritising their workload to deliver high quality products to deadlines. To find out more about the role, please see the full JD here.

To apply for this role, please send a CV with covering letter, outlining your suitability for the role, to Amy Crean by Friday 12 September.

Head of Coaching, Midlands

The Regional Head of Coaching, Midlands is responsible for ensuring the quality of coaching provision in the Midlands region, and plays an integral role in the regional team by line-managing the expanding coaching team. The Head of Coaching works in collaboration with fellow Heads of Coaching in other regions, and with the national Leadership Development Team to provide input and a regional perspective into the design of the coaching programme.  The Head of Coaching is responsible for the delivery of the coaching programme as well as coach recruitment, assessment, induction and development in the Midlands and delivers these elements in collaboration with the Programmes Associate Director, Midlands.

To find out more please read the application pack here.

To apply for the role, email the following to baz.chapman@teachingleaders.org.uk no later than 9am on Monday 29 September

  • A completed Application Form
  • A short CV—maximum 1 page
    • Where applicable, please ensure your primary or secondary senior leadership experience is clearly stated in your CV, and you state both posts held and schools where you’ve worked
  • Contact details of a referee—specifically someone you have coached (we will only contact your referee if your application is successful)
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