Lecturer in Events Management

University College Birmingham - Business School

Salary Range: £32,548 - £36,613 p.a. with an opportunity to progress to £39,992

Salary Grade: AC2

Job Overview:
UCB are seeking an individual who can contribute to the teaching of Events Management modules across the range of Further Education, Higher Education and Postgraduate courses offered by the University, as well as a wider range of business and management subjects.

Applicants should possess recent wide-ranging operational management experience within the events field and also hold a relevant undergraduate degree qualification (or similar).  The successful candidate will be expected to offer, and lead upon, operational support for student “live” projects as well as deliver specialist events-related subjects. Specifically you should be able to offer expertise in at least THREE of the following subject areas: Events Planning, Events Design, Events Finance, Events Marketing and Digital Media, Public Relations and Promotions, Mega Events and Events Crisis Management.

In addition to being able to inspire students of all levels, it is important to have an enthusiastic approach and recognise the importance of pastoral support in developing and nurturing students from a range of backgrounds.

Staff benefits include 50 days’ paid leave per year, excellent staff development opportunities, pension scheme and a private healthcare policy.

Closing Date: Monday 29 January 2018 at noon

Interview Dates: TBC via University website

How to apply: Apply online or download an application pack at http://jobs.ucb.ac.uk/

Standard Information: UCB is an equal opportunities employer. Accredited by The University of Birmingham.

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