SNCT Salary scale £45,060 – £56,160
As the TRIC moves into the next phase of its work, we are now seeking further colleagues to be seconded as an Implementation Officer to drive the work of the Learning and Attainment Group (the TLAG). This opportunity is open to all Tayside teachers who have experience in supporting children and young people to improve their learning, achievement and attainment.
The intention is to extend our team by seconding colleagues from their existing roles to work together to support Tayside schools to implement, sustain and evaluate change.
We are seeking notes of interest from colleagues who can evidence:
- Effective practice in learning and teaching and supporting children and young people that has impacted positively on meeting need, learning, achievement, and attainment.
- Understanding and application of the improvement cycle.
- Understanding and application of effective digital learning.
- Understanding and application of the moderation cycle.
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to both support and challenge peers.
- The ability to use initiative as an individual to manage complex situations.
- Effective work with peers to plan meaningful solutions to issues.
As part of a small team, you will be expected to:
- Be knowledgeable about local, regional, and national priorities, GIRFEC, The Promise and UNCRC, and to help to ensure that these are being addressed.
- Be familiar with all aspects of the Tayside Regional Improvement Collaborative and be seen as a representative of the Regional Improvement Collaborative when visiting local authorities, schools, educational establishments or when involved with partner agencies.
- Work with local authorities to support and ensure continuous improvement.
- Under the strategic leadership of the TLAG, deliver direct support and challenge to Tayside schools to implement, sustain and evaluate change.
- Scaffold rapid improvement in focused schools and work to embed changes that impact on behaviour and practice.
- Work in collaboration to develop creative solutions in partnership with others including Education Scotland
- Effectively report on progress and collect, analyse and evaluate data in order to inform targeted interventions, measure impact and identify next steps;
- Encourage practice that is evidence-informed and helps shape effective decision-making about planned interventions.
- Lead and facilitate partnership working with staff across establishments and the regional improvement collaborative to enhance collaboration;
- Seek innovative solutions to systemic issues.
Notes of interest should be submitted to Michelle Lewis, TRIC Lead Officer ([email protected]) by 5 pm on Thursday 8th June. These should be no longer than 2 sides of A4 and summarise why this opportunity is right for you at this time and illustrate the skills and experience you will bring to the role. Please ensure that you have sought your line manager’s approval prior to application.
A selection process based on professional discussions with candidates and Tayside Education Officers will then take place online on 14th June 2023. We anticipate a starting date of mid-August 2023 (exact date to be confirmed).
Thank you for your interest in supporting the next exciting stage of our Regional Improvement Collaboration.