|Salary:||£30.06 to £45.80 per hour|
|Placed On:||7th February 2019|
|Closes:||22nd February 2019|
Rate of pay: Associate Lecturer A (£45.80 per hour) for teaching, (£30.06 per hour) for administration
Hours: 3 hours per week of teaching, 1 hour per week of admin (54 hours total)
Fixed term until 31 October 2019
Location: Moorgate Site
London Metropolitan University is committed to making education available to people from all walks of life and plays an important role in society and our local community. We offer a diverse range of courses across a range of disciplines at the Guildhall School of Business and Law.
About The Post
Key aspects of this post include working with the course team by contributing to teaching on the BA Music Business course (with emphasis on Intellectual Property for the Entertainment Sector, or Law for Leisure, Tourism, Entertainment); serving as academic tutor for a dedicated group of students; liaising where necessary with practitioners, industry specialists and/or relevant professional bodies to ensure our courses are delivered against industry benchmarks.
Duties and responsibilities:
The post requires:
We are looking for an academic with proven experience or expertise in Law for Entertainment/Music or Intellectual Property for Entertainment/Music Business.
The successful candidate will have demonstrable grounding in teaching IP, Law and their applications in the entertainment sector. Candidates will have relevant first and higher degrees to inform and support the roles. Membership of the Higher Education Academy and/or possession of a Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education (or equivalent) is essential.
Candidates will have sound knowledge of appropriate professional standards; professional or business experiences; strong interpersonal, networking and communication skills; a positive attitude and a flexible, collegiate approach.
The successful candidate is expected to start work with the School as soon as possible after accepting the offer.
Interviews due to be held on or after 25 February 2019. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
How To Apply
Please email your CV and a cover letter to Etienne Bresch (Principal Lecturer) by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are welcome from candidates with appropriate qualifications and experience.
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