Deadline: 9AM, Tuesday 23rd April 2019
(now closed)


We are looking to recruit dynamic, passionate teachers to join our team of subject specialists — working to support our growing community of members across the country. This is an opportunity for those with a teaching background and a love of PSHE education, who are excited by supporting teachers, creating engaging classroom resources, and providing high quality training, advice and guidance.


Applicants should have:


  • An interest in and passion for PSHE education
  • Qualified Teacher Status
  • Experience of teaching PSHE education at either primary or secondary level
  • Experience of developing and producing high quality teaching resources, including lesson plans and schemes of work
  • An awareness of the broader picture of PSHE education in schools, including statutory changes

To apply for this role, please read the full Job Description and Person Specification below. Interviews will be held at our Head Office in London on Wednesday 8th or Thursday 9th May, with possible second interviews on Thursday 16th or Friday 17th May 2019. We hope that the successful applicant will come into post as soon as possible but understand many applicants will have notice periods to serve if they accept a post with us.

 
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Deadline: 9AM, Thursday 11 April 2019
(now closed)


We are looking to recruit a full time proactive and self-motivated administrative assistant to join our London office — to primarily work on an exciting new research and training project. We are looking for someone with the drive, initiative and organisational skills to thrive in a busy but friendly charity where we all work hard to ensure that every school pupil gets an education which prepares them for life and work in modern Britain.


Applicants should have some experience of working in an office environment, and ideally be confident on the telephone. They should also be well organised, with some experience of organising events or conferences, as well as being sympathetic to the Association’s aims.


The Job Description and Person Specification are below. Applicants for this role should be available to start in May 2019.

 
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Deadline: 9AM, Tuesday 23rd April 2019
(now closed)


We are looking to recruit one or more dynamic and inspiring trainers, with experience of teaching PSHE education at secondary level — to facilitate a series of regional two-day courses for police officers in the Autumn term (1st September to 31st December 2019).


This role is part of our work with the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) to improve the quality and consistency of police contributions to PSHE lessons (Read more about the project and download the handbook here).


Applicants should have:


  • An interest in and passion for PSHE education
  • A proven track record of training delivery in an educational context

  • Experience of teaching PSHE education
  • Qualified Teacher Status

To apply for this role, please read the full Job Description and Person Specification below. The contract will last for four months — from 1st September to 31st December 2019. Interviews will be held at our Head Office in London on 21st May 2019.

 
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