Evidence Leads in Education (ELE): an opportunity to work with us
7 September 2018
The Aspire Educational Trust, are seeking to increase our outstanding workforce and wish to recruit a number of Evidence Leads in Education (ELE). The ELEs will contribute to evidence informed school improvement and will be designated by Aspire Educational Trust.
What do you need to be a ELE?
You need to be an outstanding teacher, a middle or senior leader, with the skills and passion to support individuals or teams in similar positions in other schools.
You will need to understand what outstanding leadership in the use of evidence to inform school practice looks like and skilled in helping other leaders to achieve it in their own context.
Applications with specialisms in Maths, Science, Secondary, ICT and Digital
Duration: There is no pre-defined time commitment for ELE work as models and types of deployment vary according to need and capacity.
Commitment: successful applicants must have a commitment to outreach work, the capacity to undertake such work, with the full support of their Headteacher.
Cost: There is no cost to apply. Successful applicants will be entitled to some training at no cost to their school. When outreach is planned and booked the research school will cover all costs to the ELE’s home school, including supply cover.
Remuneration for ELE deployment will be at the rate of £297.50 per day;
A day is defined as 6.5 hours;
Dates for your Diary:
Application Open Date
06 September 2018
Application Closing Date
20th September 2018 5pm
17th September 2018
04th October 2019 at Aspire Educational Trust, Macclesfield
05th October 2019
Induction training – full day
Please apply through the Aspire Educational Trust from 07th September 2018, details and application form can be found HERE
For any additional information : https://aspirer.researchschool.org.uk/
Please apply by completing the Aspire ELE Application form outlining your suitablility to the post against the ELE attributes, as well as Headteacher’s permission and reference, via email, to Megan Dixon, Director of Literacy email@example.com and Nina Zissler, HR Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on 7 September 2018
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