Teaching Director - Apprenticeships
Open University - The Open University Business School
|Salary:||£39,324 to £55,998|
|Contract Type:||Contract / Temporary|
|Placed on:||5th October 2016|
|Closes:||3rd November 2016|
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£39,324 to £55,998 plus allowance of £4,800
Temporary Contract until 31 July 2018
We are seeking to appoint a Teaching Director for Apprenticeships withintheFaculty of Business and Law within The Open University.
This is an academic role working closely and collaboratively with key stakeholders across the Faculty and University to provide the academic leadership for Apprenticeships within the Faculty and to ensure that our offer meets the Faculty’s and University’s strategic aims. It will commence as soon as possible and will have an initial term of up to 2 years.
The Faculty of Business and Law is one of the four faculties of the Open University. It comprises The Open University Business School and The Open University Law School. The Open University Business School is accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA and is an acknowledged leader in part-time distance education with a distinctive reputation for research and teaching across the private, public and voluntary sectors. You will join the Faculty at a time of significant growth and development.
You will have academic creditability with a track record of excellence in teaching and an excellent understanding of the current issues in Higher Education. You will be resilient under pressure, be able to represent the School effectively within the University and externally and possess excellent communication skills. Previous experience of designing and delivering Degree Apprenticeships would be an advantage.
Closing date for electronic applications: Midday on 3 November 2016
Interview dates: 28 November 2016
For detailed information and how to apply please click the Apply button below quoting the reference number.
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