£34,335 - £38,150 per year
Part-time, Temporary, Full-time
Job description
Teacher Fellow – Wales

The Royal Society of Chemistry is the world’s leading chemistry community, advancing excellence in the chemical sciences. The UK’s professional body for chemical scientists with over 45,000 members worldwide, we are a £65m-turnover not-for-profit organisation with over 600 staff operating around the world and an award-winning global knowledge business. We work to shape the future of the chemical sciences – for the benefit of science and humanity.

Position: Teacher Fellow – Wales
Location: Home-Based
Salary: £34,335 - £38,150 FTE per annum plus benefits
Position Type: Temporary Full-Time or Part-Time
Benefits: Benefits: Benefits: Excellent contributory pension scheme, generous paid holidays, 35-hour (for full-time staff) working week, learning and career development, staff sports and social club, free private healthcare plan, income protection scheme, critical illness insurance, life assurance, membership subscription, employee assistance programme, eye-care at work scheme, wellness initiatives, flexible work environment, employee recognition, long service awards, membership subscription to professional body and RSC, Litmus reward gateway benefits and more.

Closing Date: 24/05/2021

About the role:

The Royal Society of Chemistry is looking for a Teacher Fellow to work with us to help provide chemistry guidance for teachers on the implementation of Curriculum for Wales 2022.

This Fellowship opportunity is available on a temporary part-time or full-time (21-35 hours per week) basis to cover maternity leave, to start by 1 September 2021 at the latest.

The role may require travel throughout Wales to visit schools, meet and work with stakeholders and attend events, as necessary. This may involve weekends and non-core working hours.

Essential knowledge and skills:

- A degree in science, preferably in the chemical sciences, or an equivalent qualification, with a solid understanding of school level, further, and higher education and Wales education systems.
- A teaching qualification and either current or recent experience in schools and an understanding of best practice in curriculum development in relation to chemistry.
- Ability to conduct research work, compile and analyse information, with close attention to detail and high standards of excellence.
- Good communication, team working, organisational, presentation skills and project management skills.
- The ability to work independently and adapt to new circumstances.

Desirable knowledge and skills:

- Awareness of applications, and contexts involving, chemical sciences in Wales and beyond.
- Computer and IT systems literate.
- Welsh speaker.

If interested, please apply before the end of our closing date. If you would like to apply on a secondment basis, please confirm that this is suitable with your employer. Please include your availability to start and days that you are available on a regular weekly basis in your application.

You may have experience of the following: Teacher Fellow, Teaching Fellow, Fellowship, Chemistry Graduate, Teacher, NQT, Subject Teacher, Lecturer, Tutor, Teaching, Higher Education, Course Leader, Course Management, Science, etc.

Ref: 99077
Posted on: 11 May 2021
Closed date: 24 May 2021
Job ref: 99077
Tags: Training