Lecturer & Programme Manager for Business, Political Economy, and Entrepreneurship

New York University in London

NYU in London is currently recruiting for a Lecturer & Programme Manager for Business, Political Economy, and Entrepreneurship

Job information & salary data
This is a full-time, renewable 3-year post reporting to the Assistant Director for Academic Affairs. The post-holder will support the academic mission of NYU London, with specific responsibilities for the Business, Political Economy, and Entrepreneurship programme at the site, providing specialist support to the undergraduate cohort (usually around 130 students per semester) taking NYUL courses in these areas. The post-holder will also act as point-person for NYUL lecturers teaching these courses and faculty colleagues and administrators at NYU Stern School of Business and other departments, schools and programmes at NYU's portal campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai that sponsor and support courses in Business, Political Economy, and Entrepreneurship. In addition, the post holder will develop and administer co-curricular programming and events, and carry a teaching load of two courses per semester.

Annual salary:
£46,500.00 – £53,500.00 depending on experience and qualifications, plus benefits

For full details including job description, duties, and application procedure, please go to: http://www.nyu.edu/london/about-us/working-for-nyu-london.html

About NYU in London
NYU in London, an affiliate of New York University, aims to create a study abroad programme of exceptional quality for its students, offering around 500 undergraduate and postgraduate students per semester (including approximately 75 freshmen students) from the USA the opportunity to spend one semester or more living in London whilst studying for NYU accredited courses.

Closing date for applications is 29th April 2018.

NYUL plans to hold interviews the week of 8th May 2018. Candidates who have not heard from NYUL by that time should assume their application has been unsuccessful.

The successful candidates should have the right to live and work in the UK prior to appointment.

NYU London is an equal opportunity employer committed to equity, diversity and social inclusion.

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