GCU London Requires Occasional Lecturers for the academic year 2018-19 - Public Health

Glasgow Caledonian University

GCU London is a professional postgraduate university campus of Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), located in an ultra-modern environment in the heart of London. Situated in Spitalfields, one of London’s most attractive locations, GCU London is in proximity to the capitals globally recognised financial and fashion industries. We are also located right next door to the Local Borough of Tower Hamlets.

The campus offers a range of MBA and MSc courses, high quality teaching and links with international businesses. GCU London provides students with an enriching and diverse learning experience underpinned by a vibrant international, intellectual and cultural life. We attract students from over 56 countries, from a range of backgrounds from all corners of the world.

GCU London is currently looking to recruit occasional lecturers to join the Public Health Academic Team. 

The main purpose of the role is to contribute to the delivery of teaching and the learning experience here at GCU London. You will work with the team to develop and deliver the Master of Public Health programme at GCU London. While supporting student achievement and the student experience. You will undertake teaching on the programme while taking into account the implementation of the University strategy for enhancing the student experience, including the enrichment of teaching and learning by research. You will be an academic or practitioner with expertise in Public Health Policy, community development and social determinants of health. We welcome applications from public health practitioners working with NHS, local authorities or other public health organisations.

You should be flexible and be available to work across 1-2 days per week over a 12 week trimester, with teaching for trimesters A and B commencing on 24th September 2018 and 28 January 2019 respectively. Some evening work may also be available. Applicants will be engaged on a flexible basis and will be paid competitive rates per hour.

You should have a post-graduate Degree in a subject relevant to Public Health, Experience in a teaching role delivering learning and teaching ideally within the Higher Education sector. You should have the ability to communicate effectively and efficiently at all levels possessing excellent communication skills with individuals and groups. You should have a high degree of motivation and ability to organise and self-manage tasks and teaching activities.

If you wish to know more about these roles or for an informal discussion please feel free to contact Antony Morgan on 01412731812 or at antony.morgan@gcu.ac.uk in the first instance.

To apply for these opportunities please send a CV and covering letter to Ruth.cawthorne@gcu.ac.uk

Applicants must have the continued right to live and work in the United Kingdom to apply for this vacancy. 

The closing date for applications is 20 July 18.

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