Head of Education Services
£36K - £45K - depending on experience
January 31, 2019
Scanning Pens Ltd is looking for an experienced, professional and dynamic individual to join our expanding team. As Head of Education Services, you will be responsible for sharing and developing examples of good practice of our products to share with education professionals in a variety of settings including the delivery of presentations, seminars, school visits and exhibitions. This role is based from our Telford and Westbury Offices working with different teams within Scanning pens including our Marketing and Sales teams.
Scanning Pens Ltd is one of the largest supplier of mobile scanners in the world, representing many of the leading manufacturers of this type of technology. Scanning Pens supply to trade, schools, districts, businesses and end users, we are the exclusive suppliers of all C-Pen Education products, including the C-Pen Reader Pen, C-Pen Exam Reader and C-Pen Dictionary Pen.
To contribute to the improvement of educational provision and standards of the use of our technology for Scanning Pens Ltd by:
• providing targeted support to schools and settings to improve adoption of our assistive technology and to improve outcomes for pupils with special educational needs
• championing the learning needs of pupils with special educational needs through blogs, press and additional marketing routes;
• lead national and international training and professional development activities for teachers of pupils with special educational needs; and
• ensuring that the impact of the Scanning Pens schools’ education programme is evaluated and adjustments made as necessary.
To lead on delivery of national, international training and professional development within such schools or settings to secure the necessary improvements in the provision and use of our technology for pupils with special educational needs by:
• Designing and delivering appropriate CPD for the use of our technology;
• Leading on pedagogical approaches to support the progress of pupils with special educational needs in the use of our technology;
• Implementing effective planning structures to support staff on teaching developments using our technology
• Speak nationally and regionally on a variety of topics that promote the effective use of Assistive technology and to promote our technology.
To contribute to the development of policy and practice in relevant areas by:
• Ensuring up-to-date knowledge and understanding of national developments and school issues;
For further details please contact James Green, Head of Global Business Development, 07962 135260