IBA® Teacher Practitioner Required
You are a fully accredited IBA® Teacher Practitioner wishing to embark on a career teaching the IBA® framework to adult learners. (Click here to find out how to become an Accredited IBA® Teacher Practitioner)
Purpose: Teaching and assessing adult learners about the IBA® framework using an already developed teaching programme: postgraduate students and professional delegates only (working with at least one other teacher per course).
Self Employed: This role is for self-employed contractors only.
Hours: Part time: teaching courses run as:
- one full day per week for 5 weeks plus 1 part-day tutorial plus 2-3 days of assessment. Location: Birmingham City University. Start dates vary.
- 1 residential weekend. Location: can vary within UK (currently Leicester) Start dates vary.
- 3 residential weekends usually 1 month apart plus Skype tutorials, plus essay marking. Location: can vary within UK. Start dates vary.
You can choose which courses you would prefer to teach, subject to availability.
In order to support new developments, we are recruiting individuals with relevant industry background coupled with experience of teaching/lecturing to join our hardworking team.
A background in health education is desirable and a solid understanding of University practice is necessary. You will have the opportunity to play a leading role in this endeavour, so enthusiasm, industry-knowledge and a desire to drive forward the programme is welcomed.
You will be joining us at a significant time, as we develop our programme in order to provide for growth of the MSc level Module, ‘Understanding and Managing Behaviour of Self, Team and Organisations’.
You will be afforded the title of Associate at Hillcroft House Research Hub. This title will enable us to submit your application to become an Associate Lecturer at Birmingham City University where you will be teaching UK and International Graduates and IBA® Alumni Students.
Students on the MSc module rate it as outstanding and you will be expected to maintain this standard. Click here for latest student feedback.
In addition to MSc students, you will be teaching individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds who are interested in learning about the IBA® framework for personal or professional development.
All applicants will have a broad understanding and practical experience of business, executive or life coaching as well as an active professional body registration, and/or be a qualified teacher. You must have effective communication skills and be able to demonstrate continuous professional development. A strong team-working ethos is required. If not already held, as a minimum, the post-holder will be expected to gain an IBA® Practitioner level qualification. (Click here to find out how to obtain an IBA® Practitioner qualification).
Whilst not essential, being based in the West Midlands and near Birmingham may be an advantage but flexibility is essential.
Pay rates are above industry standard and travel is included. For any residential courses, accommodation will be provided. For the right candidate there are attractive benefits and for exceptional candidates’ wider opportunities exist.
Please send your CV and include a covering letter describing why you believe you are suited to this role and the reasons for wanting to be part of our team.
Your application should be marked for the attention of Professor Adam Crizzle.
In the first instance, please apply by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and in the subject line, please state Teacher Practitioner Position
Application deadline is 31st August 2019. Interviews will be conducted in both London and Birmingham, England in September 2019.