This week, nijobfinder is showcasing a selection of jobs in the education and training sector across Northern Ireland. Jobs at CCEA, Ulster University and more.
Lough View in Belfast is seeking a Vice Principle to assist the Principle in all areas of leading and learning, school administration, management and organisation. The post holder will be responsible for overseeing the development and delivery of the curriculum across all Key Stages. To be considered for this position, applicants must possess a teaching qualification and have at least seven years’ teaching experience.
Salary: not disclosed
An Education Manager (Health and Social Care and Hospitality) is sought-after to join CCEA in Belfast. In this role, the successful candidate will manage a portfolio of CCEA’s qualifications, overseeing teams to develop and write examination papers, develop materials to support teachers and learners, as well as manage the qualification process. Applicants must be working at middle management level or in a leadership role. Applicants with experience of teaching Health and Social Care or Hospitality are preferred.
Salary: £39,000 - £49,000 pro-rata
Ulster University’s School of Computing is hiring two Lecturers in Computing Science (Internet of Things). The Lecturers will contribute to both undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes and will undertake research in areas such as Artificial Intelligence. It is essential that applicants have a PhD in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Software Engineering or related discipline. Applicants must also have an advanced level of knowledge and experience of the Internet of Things.
Salary: £35,865 - £51,063 per annum
New-Bridge Integrated College is seeking a teacher of HE/HSC, teacher of Business Studies and a teacher of ICT/Creative Media. The teacher of HE/HSC will contribute to the teaching of Home Economics to KS3 and KS4 and the teaching of GCE/A Level Health and Social Care. The Business
Studies educator will be teaching GCSE and A-Level Business Studies and ICT up to level 2. The Banbridge school is also seeking a teacher of ICT/Creative Media to teach years 8-10 in line with the KS3 statutory assessment requirements.
Salary: not disclosed
Queen’s University is looking for an experienced Software Engineering Director or Principle to join their Centre for Secure Information Technologies. The Engineering Director will lead and develop engineering teams who will be working on full stack development. Applicants must possess a 2:1 Honours degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Computer Science or similar discipline and have a proven track record of technical product management and delivery of multi-million-pound projects.
Salary: £58,944 to £72,677 per annum
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