About the role

The Skills Development Manager will lead and manage the planning, development, and delivery of professional development activities to include events, teaching resources and digital systems to mainstream international best practice to raise capacity in teachers and trainers to deliver a world-class education in the UK.

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Key details

  • Full-time

  • Permanent

  • £35,000 – £40,000

How to apply

We are committed to making appointments on merit by fair and open processes and uses a blind recruitment approach. Please ensure that you submit your application in Word to help us in this process.

Applications should be submitted no later than midday on Monday, 24 January 2022 and must include:

  • a curriculum vitae detailing your full career history with identifying information removed
  • a supporting statement with evidence of your suitability for the role, taking into account the points listed in the role description and person specification (throughout the recruitment process we will be looking for examples and evidence of your experience, knowledge and skills)
  • a separate document containing your contact details.
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Diversity monitoring

Applicants are also asked to complete a diversity monitoring questionnaire. As an organisation that is continually striving to ensure it is both diverse and inclusive in all areas of its recruitment and employment processes, we would like to collect some additional details from you. This information is classed as sensitive data and you are not obliged to give it to us. You will not be disadvantaged in any way should you choose not to. The information you supply is not used to process your application, nor does anyone directly responsible for the recruitment process ever have access to it. The data is pseudonymised and used by our HR team to understand how best to meet our diversity and inclusivity targets.

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