School Teachers’ Review Body - EconomistClosed
|Body:||School Teachers’ Review Body|
|Appointing Department:||Department for Education|
|Skills required:||Accountancy, Audit and Risk, HR, Major Projects, Regulation|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Remuneration:||£300 per day|
|Time Requirements:||25 days per annum|
Closed for Applications
22/01/2021 at 12:00
Outcome communicated to applicants
By March 26/03/21
Final Interview Date
Week beginning 19/04/21 - Interviews are likely to take place virtually, though this is dependent on situation with coronavirus.
To be confirmed
Please note that the closing date for applications has been extended by one week to midday on Friday 22nd January.
Deputy Director, Teacher Reward and Incentives, • Departmental Official
Dr Patricia Rice
Chair of the STRB • Representative of Organisation
Director of the Office of Manpower Economics • Other Panel Member
Deputy Director, Schools Spending Team, Her Majesty's Treasury • Independent Member
The School Teachers’ Review Body (STRB) is an independent body which makes recommendations to the Government on the pay and conditions of school teachers in England.
The STRB assesses evidence from Government and organisations representing schools and the teaching profession, and visits schools and local authorities to develop its understanding of issues facing teachers. In addition to providing recommendations on annual pay awards for teachers and school leaders, the STRB has been asked to report on a variety of matters in recent years, including moving toward a pay structure with higher starting and early career salaries and relatively flatter pay progression and providing additional guidance to schools through advisory pay points.
The STRB is now seeking to fill a vacancy, to:
- consider parties’ written evidence, views and proposals;
- take oral evidence from parties;
- assimilate information and data on pay, policy, economic, workforce and financial matters;
- weigh evidence and undertake independent analysis;
- formulate conclusions and make recommendations to the Government.
The STRB also meets with schools and local authorities to talk directly to teachers and school leaders and so develop its understanding of the issues they face.
- A strong track record of professional experience requiring specialist expertise in economics at a senior level.
- The ability to analyse and interpret a large amount of complex and sensitive information, clearly communicate economic analysis to a non-specialist audience and demonstrate a working knowledge of the impact of any potential decisions on the teacher workforce.
- An understanding of pay, remuneration and reward issues and an appreciation of the policy, financial and operational constraints that impact on remuneration decisions.
- An ability to communicate effectively in collective decision making, assessing/debating conflicting opinions across a wide range of perspectives and attitudes to form a coherent set of recommendations.
It is desirable if candidates also have:
- a detailed knowledge and understanding of labour market economics, and/or the economics of education.
Further information on the STRB can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/school-teachers-review-body
Secretariat support for the STRB and the other seven Pay Review Bodies is provided by the Office of Manpower Economics (OME), a non-statutory public body. The OME is staffed by civil servants but operates independent of the Government. Further information about the work of the Pay Review Bodies, including Review Body reports, can be found on the OME website at: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/office-of-manpower-economics
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