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Associate Dean, Participant Assessment and Impact

Ambition InstituteBirmingham, London or Manchester

Full Time, 37.5 hour per week or Part Time

Birmingham, London or Manchester  

£52,000 per annum (plus £3,000 London Weighting if applicable) 

 

Who we are looking for 

We are looking for a talented professional to join our Impact Governance team as Associate Dean, Participant Assessment and Impact. The role is responsible for leading the cross-organisational work designing how we assess participant learning and behaviour change. 

This role is also responsible for leading and overseeing the analysis and presentation of the assessment data so that we are able to draw actionable insights from what our participants have and have not learned. This is a fantastic opportunity to support the broader continuous improvement work ensuring this is data driven with participant learning and behaviour change at the centre.

Based in either our Birmingham, London or Manchester office, and reporting to the Impact Governance Dean, you’ll lead on the reporting of participant assessment data to multiple governance levels (e.g. Executive Committee, trustees) and external audiences (e.g. DfE, Ofsted). 

This exciting role is varied and complex, and will require someone with a track record of excellent teaching and/or leadership. You’ll have fluency in the latest education research including up-to-date, research informed knowledge about how pupils, teachers and school leaders best learn, how this can be assessed, and a breadth of professional knowledge of what this might look like in practice. 


Who are Ambition Institute? 

At Ambition Institute we help schools tackling educational disadvantage to keep getting better, and help their teachers and school leaders to become more expert over time. That’s how we’ll make sure every child gets a great education and the best possible start in life.  

> We train teachers and leaders at all levels to get better at the things that make the biggest difference: what you teach, how you teach it, and how you create the conditions for schools to thrive.  

> We share what works. Everyone can benefit from evidence of how great teaching and leadership can improve schools and change lives, so we connect people to the latest research and best practice.  

> We champion every teacher and school leader’s potential to develop, as the driving force for sustainable school improvement. 


Our offer 

We are happy to announce that we will be able to offer you:  

  • Agile working culture, so you can control how you work.
  • Staff affinity networks that help keep equality, diversity and inclusion at the heart of our work.
  • Enhanced maternity pay after a year’s service.
  • Shared parental leave package.
  • Access to free, confidential 24/7 wellbeing and support line.
  • Professional development offer for all staff.
  • 25 days’ annual leave + bank holidays.
  • Employer pension contribution of 11% (10% pension plus 1% national insurance rebate).
  • Interest free season ticket / bike loans


How to apply 

All applications must be received by the closing date, 9am on 13th December 2021. Interviews are expected to take place on the 16th and 17th December 2021. 

To apply for this role, or any of our other vacancies or for any questions or queries please visit our website. 

Equality and diversity matter to us. If you think you’d be suited to one of our roles we’d love to hear from you regardless of age, disability status, ethnicity, gender, religion or sexuality. 





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