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Current vacancies

​In this section you will find details of current vacancies within Education Scotland.

If you are interested in applying for any of the vacancies, please follow the instructions in the advert. General recruitment enquiries should be sent to edshr@educationscotland.gsi.gov.uk.

Coordinator, Creative Learning Plan

Secondment opportunity - starting summer 2017 and will end in summer 2018

Location - The Optima, Glasgow

Education Scotland is seeking to appoint a coordinator on a part-time, secondment basis to play a key role in supporting the effective implementation of Scotland’s Creative Learning Plan. The post-holder will be responsible for providing coordination, administration and communications support to the national Creative Learning Partnership (CLP) and the National Creative Learning Network (NCLN) Steering Group. The coordinator will organise stakeholder meetings and events and liaise with partners to gather examples of interesting practice and share practice nationally. A good working knowledge of the education sector, local authority structures and approaches and the role of creativity across learning will be required.

Candidates should have:

  • relevant experience in an education establishment, agency or local authority
  • have experience of leading effective change at local and national level
  • possess an understanding of Curriculum for Excellence
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Closing date for application: Midnight on Sunday 30th July 2017.

Applications should be returned electronically to edshr@educationscotland.gsi.gov.uk.

PDF file: Role description (43 KB)

PDF file: Application guidance notes (52 KB)

Word file: Application form (890 KB)

Word file: Diversity monitoring form (1.03 MB)

Zip file: Download all documents relating to this vacancy/application (2 MB)

For further information on the secondment please contact:
Julia Fenby, Education Officer, Creativity, Education Scotland - julia.fenby@educationscotland.gsi.gov.uk.

Development Officer - Mentors in Violence Prevention Programme

Secondment opportunity - end of secondment 31 March 2018

Location - Any of the Education Scotland offices, subject to availability

Education Scotland, in partnership with the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit, is currently offering secondment opportunities to support the national development of the Mentors in Violence Prevention Programme (MVP).

Currently operating in 18 Scottish local authorities, the MVP Programme seeks to embed within a secondary school setting a programme that supports young people in dealing with the many issues that have the potential to impact on their ability to safely learn. The programme further aims to create a platform to discuss a range of issues including bullying, sexual harassment, sexting, dating abuse, as well as issues around sexual consent.

The full-time or part-time posts will support the further roll-out of the MVP Programme as well as supporting the embedding of the programme within local authorities

Candidates should have:

  • a relevant training qualification, or be able to evidence significant experience within a mentoring and training environment
  • excellent knowledge of Curriculum for Excellence
  • experience of the MVP Programme in Scotland or experience around the issues that are discussed within the MVP Programme
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Closing date for application: Midnight on Sunday 30th July 2017.

Applications should be returned electronically to edshr@educationscotland.gsi.gov.uk.

PDF file: Role description (70 KB)

PDF file: Application guidance notes (46 KB)

Word file: Application form (890 KB)

Word file: Diversity monitoring form (1.03 MB)

Zip file: Download all documents relating to this vacancy/application (1.77 MB)

For further information on the secondment please contact Pauline Lynch - Pauline.Lynch@educationscotland.gsi.gov.uk.

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