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About the role
This is an exciting opportunity for an appropriately experienced Lecturer (salary at Grade 8) or an Associate Professor (salary at Grade 9) to become part of the mathematics education team within CPA, commencing in September 2023 (or as soon as possible thereafter).
We are looking for a talented individual to contribute to both the MA and ITE work in the team as well as other research activities. The postholder will contribute to teaching on courses offered by UCL Institute of Education and to offer specialist support to postgraduate students. Teaching may cover both the MA Mathematics Education and Mathematics Initial Teacher Education (ITE) programmes as mentioned above. You will have a good working knowledge of the mathematics required for teaching and be at the forefront of national developments in learning and teaching methodologies in the classroom.
You will pursue academic excellence through a continuing commitment to academic, professional and personal development, and to act as a role model for education innovation through teaching activities and research, where appropriate. In addition, you will gain research funding and successfully lead on, and contribute to, research projects in mathematics education, and will publish high quality research outputs of national and international significance.
For further information on this post, please contact: Professor Jeremy Hodgen, email:[email protected]
Employment is dependent on successful DBS check.
Level of appointment commensurate with level of experience and qualification.
You will have a first degree, or equivalent experience, in an area relevant to mathematics education, a Masters degree in education or a related field, and higher degree in mathematics education or related field (either complete or nearing completion).
You will have a Qualified Teacher Status or the equivalent, and successful teaching experience relevant to school mathematics teaching in England.
In addition, you will have a good knowledge of the academic literature in mathematics education required for the MA programmes in higher education settings.
Your application form should address all the person specification points and should clearly demonstrate how your skills and experience meet each of the criteria.
It is important that the criteria are clearly numbered and that you provide a response to each one.