Development Officer

  • Temporary
  • Glasgow

Pertemps Scotland Ltd are working with our client in Glasgow to recruit for a Development Officer in the Public Sector on a temporary until July 2021 with potential extension. Due to current circumstances this role will be based remotely. Day rate – 200 to 250 (Inside IR35) The main duties would be: The post holder will contribute to the outcomes of the following plans: Regional and National Improvement Programme recovery phase plans: Engage with schools and practitioners to prepare teacher learning and skill development for the different context Offer curricular advice for areas such as part time or mixed learning Work with the West Partnership Regional Improvement Collaborative (RIC) to support collaborative and innovative practice Work with schools and clusters on the areas identified as changes in practice , both curricular and in context (e. g.

part time education) Ensure that the work of the organisation in supporting the new normal allows for easy access to materials, offers good and up to date intelligence and is integral to the new ways of learning and teaching Work with networks and partners to gather examples of practice. Creative Learning Plan: Improved outcomes for children, young people and their families through engagement with creativity. National Creative Learning Network: Increased levels of creativity skills being recognised, articulated and valued by educationalists, practitioners and learners. The post holder will work collaboratively with regional and national colleagues, partners and networks to promote and embed creativity, creativity skills and innovation in all aspects of education.

This includes: Deliver professional learning opportunities and resources. Contribute to the planning and delivery of regional and national professional learning events. Support the design, planning and delivery of funded projects in collaboration with a range of stakeholders and partners. Gather and analyse data evidencing impact and provide collated material for reporting purposes.

Manage communications and promote key messages and resources via social media and the Creativity Portal. Manage procurement processes to secure professional services to support team objectives. Assess grant applications and participate in moderation panels as required. Essential Well-developed creative, communication and interpersonal skills.

With the ability to problem solve, innovate and generate informative and engaging communications. A proven track record of developing constructive working relationships with colleagues and stakeholders, preferably within creative learning environments. Demonstrable planning and organisational skills, with the ability to effectively manage competing priorities such as regional and national tasks. Well-developed analytical skills, being able to demonstrate impact by drawing on a range of evidence including learner voice, event feedback, and written reports.


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