Ministry of Defence (MOD) Schools
Curriculum, Assessment & CPD Lead, Upavon
Vacancy Number: 1632861
The Directorate Children and Young People (DCYP) provides appropriate professional direction, support and advice to ensure that service children, where ever they are living in the world, and young people are provided with every opportunity to achieve the best possible outcomes and fulfil their potential.
DCYP is a highly complex organisation employing c.1000 personnel which included Teachers, MOD Broader Banded Civil Servants, Soulbury Grades, Locally Employed Civilians and Contractors in multiple worldwide locations. We are seeking to appoint a suitably experienced Curriculum, Assessment & CPD Lead who will:
• Have strategic oversight of the curriculum, assessment and continuing professional development across MOD Schools.
• Ensure in-depth knowledge of, and, shared accountability for the curriculum, assessment and CPD in MOD Schools.
• Keep up to date regarding developments in core and other subjects within the National Curriculum (primary and secondary) and disseminate information to HTs and subject leaders.
• Analyse authority data, identify of priorities for improvement, and share findings with School Improvement teams in Cyprus and RoW.
• Liaise and work in partnership with the Data Team in HQ Upavon to ensure that there is consistent messaging, advice and support to schools and settings
• Lead on the MOD Schools’ Professional Development Strategy and oversee implementation of the DfE Professional Development Standards.
• Identify training needs across MOD Schools and make links with potential providers.
• Undertake any other duties commensurate with the grading of the post under direction of the Assistant Education Officer (Upavon).
The MoD is an Equal Opportunities employer and seeks to reflect the diverse community it serves. Applications are welcome from anyone who meets the stated requirements.
Closing Date: 7th July 2019
Ministry of Defence (Schools) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.