Primary Mathematics Teaching and Learning Adviser – Herts for Learning
Salary from FTE £49,000+ per annum based on appropriate skills and experience
July 15, 2022
Contract: 1-year fixed term; full time at 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year.
Part-time hours considered.
Salary: Salary from FTE £49,000+ per annum based on appropriate skills and experience
Location: Hybrid working consisting of remote working, with flexibility required to work across educational settings in Hertfordshire and neighbouring counties, and for occasional visits to Robertson House, Stevenage
Due to the expanding family of the mathematics team, we are looking to recruit a new member for a fixed term of 1 year to cover maternity leave.
Are you an outstanding Primary teacher or adviser who is passionate about improving children’s outcomes in Mathematics?
Do you have experience in leading on Mathematics and are looking for the next step in your career development?
Can you demonstrate how you have contributed to improved outcomes for children?
If this is you, then come and join the HfL team of Primary Mathematics Teaching and Learning Advisers (TLAs) where improving outcomes for children is our most important priority.
Your own learning curve will be steep but you will be well-supported throughout the journey by a highly skilled team who are at the cutting edge of educational practice. As a Mathematics Adviser, you will work alongside teachers and subject leaders to develop and refine subject knowledge and pedagogy. You will enhance your understanding of school effectiveness and will work with a wide range of other professionals. You will also develop and deliver training for teachers, both remotely and face-to-face. Experience of teaching in both KS1 and 2 would be desirable.
You will be self-motivated and flexible, with good IT skills, and be prepared to travel to schools throughout Hertfordshire and beyond. In return, you can expect excellent conditions of employment and exciting professional development opportunities.
Our ‘working from anywhere’ approach provides colleagues the opportunity to work flexibly in line with their role requirements. This consists of working on-site across various schools and settings, remote working and, if desired, up to 2 days per week in our Head Office in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. The ability to reach different locations by car will be essential for this role. If you drive, then a full driving licence and appropriate car insurance will be required. As there is a permanent home working element to this role, you will need to ensure you are equipped for home working.
For an informal discussion regarding the role, please contact David Cook via email on email@example.com and provide your mobile number so a mutually convenient time can be arranged to discuss the role.
If you’re ready to apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org with a detailed CV or the HfL application form (available to download from the website) along with the supporting statement, explaining how you meet the requirements of the job outline. We would also love to hear why you are interested in becoming part of the HfL team.
As part of our move towards eradicating unconscious bias within the recruitment process, we will be anonymising your forms. For recruitment queries, our Central Recruitment Team can also be contacted on the hfl.recruitment email address above.
We would love to hear from you.
Closing Date: Friday 15th July 2022 at midnight
Interview Date: Week beginning 25th July 2022
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To help us meet our high standards and aspirations of a fully diverse and inclusive workplace, we strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply and to join us.
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