Senior Lecturer (Practice) in Secondary Education (Science)

London (Central), London (Greater) (GB)
£45,830 per annum
12 Jan 2022
End of advertisement period
07 Feb 2022
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Education
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Lecturer (Practice) in Secondary Education (Science)

Company: Middlesex University

Location: Hendon

Starting Salary: £45,830 per annum

Contract Type: Permanent

FTE: 1

Closing Date: Monday 07 February 2022

Interview Date: Thursday 24 February 2022

Reference: HED427

We are seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Secondary Education (Science) to join our Education Department. This post provides an exciting opportunity to join a forward-looking department with a longstanding reputation for excellence. The Department offers undergraduate and postgraduate Initial Teacher Training (ITT) for core and School-led routes (including the Teacher Apprenticeship) as well as a continuing development programme for serving teachers and other professionals. Our secondary ITT programmes are well established and have an outstanding profile of student outcomes. 

The post is suitable for experienced secondary teachers and/or someone who has experience in ITT in Higher Education Institutions, SCITTs or similar organisations and may suit someone who wishes to work part-time (0.6 fte minimum). Experience of supporting trainees in school, and awareness of current developments in the field of Initial Teacher Training are also important aspects of the role. The successful candidate will maintain and enhance the quality of teaching and the student experience at Middlesex University. They will join a committed and highly successful secondary team and play a central role in the teaching and management of our secondary programmes. As well as teaching in their specialist subject, they will be expected to contribute to our programme of professional studies. School based training is also a vital part of the role and will involve observing and supporting trainees and mentors in schools and education settings. The successful candidate for this post will be expected to lead the secondary science programme, teach in their specialist subject, and also contribute to our programme of professional studies. 

For an informal discussion about this post please contact Mr Eddie Ellis, Associate Professor in Secondary Science Teaching Education, at

We particularly welcome applications from women, gender non-conforming individuals, and from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates who are underrepresented in this area. All recruitment decisions will be based on merit.