LIFT OFF Development Worker
Salary: £30,487 – £36,024
Fulltime Fixed Term
Closing Date 3 March 2024
Interviews 15th March 2024
See Abertay University for further details and how to apply
University of Glasgow
Student Professional Development Consultant (EDI Project)
Full time (35 hours/week)
Fixed term until 31 July 2025 in the first instance
Grade 7, £39,347 – £44,263 per annum
Closing date 5 March 2024
Read more and apply on the University of Glasgow Jobs pages.
University of Edinburgh
Education Beyond Borders Coordinator
£31,396 – £36,024 (revisions to salary range of £32,982 – £38,205) is planned to take effect from Spring 2024
Full time, Fixed Term 24 months
Closing date 12 March 2024
Interviews 19th March 2024
See University of Edinburgh for more details and how to apply
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Chair of SCAPP
SCAPP is seeking a new Chair for its Steering Group to help lead and steer SCAPP through the next phase of its developments as it works towards a more sustainable future.
The Chair performs an important strategic leadership role for SCAPP and the Steering Group, providing focus and direction for its activities, working closely with SCAPP staff members and the Steering Group, acting as a spokesperson for SCAPP as appropriate, and ensuring effective governance arrangements are in place to support the operations of SCAPP. As SCAPP continues to work within a challenging financial landscape, income generation and sustainable operations will be important for the network going forward.
We are looking for an individual with demonstrable knowledge, understanding and commitment to widening access and participation with strong networking capabilities to ensure there is a practitioner voice at the centre of SCAPP’s activities.
This is a non-remunerated post but reasonable expenses, such as travel, incurred by the Chair will be covered.
Further information and how to apply see SCAPP Chair Vacancy
Closing date for applications is Friday 22 March 2024
CDN are delighted to launch the ambitious new Trauma-Informed College Programme, aimed at facilitating the creation of a trauma-informed culture in every college in Scotland.
The programme will utilise learning from CDN’s recent Pathways from Poverty Research and the expertise of colleagues and partners across the sector to provide training, resources and interventions that will help colleges tackle the challenges faced by learners and their communities in accessing and sustaining their participation in education.
At the heart of the programme is an understanding that colleges are already leading the way in tackling educational disadvantage in our communities and in supporting all learners, including those who have lived experience of poverty and trauma, to succeed. The programme aims to build on existing good practice and to provide a range of support to colleges and college leaders to consider what further steps they need to take to develop and embed a truly trauma-informed culture throughout their organisation.
(added August 2023)
The Role of Contexts in the Educational and Employment Transitions and Pathways of Young People
Deadline for Abstracts: 15 March 2024
Deadline for Articles: 31 October 2024
Academic Editors: Alexandra Wicht (Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training / University of Siegen), Oliver Winkler (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg), Mona Granato (Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training), and Alexandra Nonnenmacher (University of Siegen)
Social Inclusion, peer-reviewed journal indexed in the Social Sciences Citation Index (Web of Science; Impact Factor: 1.5) and Scopus (CiteScore: 3.0), welcomes new and exciting research papers for its upcoming issue “The Role of Contexts in the Educational and Employment Transitions and Pathways of Young People,” edited by Alexandra Wicht, Oliver Winkler, Mona Granato, and Alexandra Nonnenmacher.
The main theme of the thematic issue is the importance of contextual characteristics for the transition and pathways of adolescents and young adults to education and employment, and thus for the role of context in the reproduction of social inequalities at career entry. Contextual characteristics can be manifold and relevant at different levels, e.g., national, spatial, organizational, institutional, or social, and their influence can be channeled through different social processes. Our aim is to bring together researchers from different disciplines and research areas to study contextual social processes and their consequences for transitions and pathways into and through education and employment.
The editors invite (interdisciplinary) qualitative and quantitative empirical contributions focusing on the role of spatial (e.g., countries, regions, infrastructure), organizational (e.g., companies, associations), or institutional (e.g., schools, education systems, policies) contexts, or social groups and networks (e.g., family, peers) for one or more of the following themes:
Authors interested in submitting a paper to this issue are encouraged to read the full call for papers here: https://www.cogitatiopress.com/socialinclusion/pages/view/nextissues#YoungPeoplePathways
Abstracts welcome by 15 March 2024.