Your application answers will be reviewed blind to ensure fairness. Your responses will be randomised and the shortlisting panel will not see any details about you, including your CV. Your CV will only be seen after shortlisting if you have been invited to an interview.
Please note: this is a part-time role, two days a week.
The curriculum lead will make a significant contribution to the development of the teaching, learning and assessment (grading and observation of practice and academic components) on Frontline’s programmes. The Curriculum Lead will also be primarily involved with delivery of teaching materials in various settings, including at the summer institute, recall days and in unit teaching. You will play a key role in the development of Practice Tutors and Consultant Social Workers, running briefings on curriculum areas, developing teaching skills, undertaking observations of teaching, unit meetings, individual and group coaching sessions.
This is a varied and exciting role in an ambitious organisation. We need people who are enthusiastic about joining us to ensure our programmes remain innovative and excellent and that we become widely recognised as delivering world leading programmes. You will be passionate about teaching and learning and have a deep interest in social work education. You will have expertise in parenting interventions with children and families and expert knowledge in attachment theory, mentalisation, trauma and social learning theory.