CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT CO-ORDINATOR

Ref 210001C4
Grade Soulbury 23 - 29 & 3 SPAs subject to criteria max starting salary point 26
Salary £63867 to £ 70777 
Term Full Time
Perm / Temp Permanent
Required From 01/01/2022 
Hours 37 per week
Closing Date 20/06/2021 
Location
Preston
Information
Lancashire School Improvement Service

Full time Curriculum and Assessment Co-ordinator
Soulbury 23 - 29 & 3 SPAs subject to criteria max starting salary point 26

Start date 1st January 2022 (or sooner by negotiation with current employer)

Due to expanding demand, Lancashire School Improvement Service is seeking to appoint a Curriculum and Assessment Co-ordinator to join our successful and dynamic team.

The post requires the adviser to provide high quality support, challenge and monitoring for schools to help them achieve school improvement, alongside planning and implementation of specialist advice and support to contribute to professional development.

Successful candidates will have excellent school leadership experience, the ability to inspire and to be creative, possess effective organisational and administrative skills, a current driving licence and a car available for their full-time use as the role will involve travelling across Lancashire and beyond.

You will be the strategic lead on curriculum and assessment in Lancashire, including the statutory functions surrounding primary assessment. Alongside this role you will also lead the Lancashire Professional Development Service (a traded service within Lancashire County Council) as well as providing high quality support, challenge and monitoring for a number of schools to help them achieve school improvement.

Are you:

  • A qualified Teacher with successful teaching experience in primary education
  • Able to bring experience and strategies for bringing about school improvement
  • Passionate about Early Years and Primary curriculum and assessment
  • Skilled at planning and leading training for members of the advisory team and school staff

    If so, we would like to hear from you.

    Lancashire School Improvement Service provides leading edge and high-quality support, challenge and developmental work with schools. The service provides a holistic service that is both reactive and proactive. The team is innovative and dynamic in its approach to school improvement.

    Successful candidates will have excellent recent classroom experience, the ability to inspire and to be creative, possess effective organisational and administrative skills, a current driving licence and a car available for their full-time use as the role will involve travelling across Lancashire and beyond.

  • Proposed Interview Date:
    02/07/2021 

    For an informal discussion please contact:

    If you wish to arrange an informal discussion about this role please contact Lee Pimlott lee.pimlott@lancashire.gov.uk

    Application forms and further details are available from/returnable to

    Please click here to apply for this vacancy.

    We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.