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Lecturer (Teaching) in E-Business

University of Worcester - Management & Finance

Location: Worcester
Salary: £33,796 to £38,017 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 6th February 2020
Closes: 8th March 2020
Job Ref: SB2007

Location:  City Campus

Worcester Business School is looking to expand significantly its academic teaching and research staff due to increasing undergraduate and postgraduate student recruitment.  The School is a thriving community committed to delivering the School’s mission to ‘transform individuals and organisations to thrive in the 21st Century’ through learning and research. This is an exciting opportunity to join the Marketing and Enterprise Department.

Worcester Business School is seeking a colleague help deliver excellent teaching to support the professionally accredited Business and Management undergraduate programmes, and inspire students working collegiality to contribute to the School’s aspiration to develop professionals in e-Business.  

The successful candidate will need to hold an appropriate University or professional qualification and have contemporary knowledge in a related subject. They will develop and deliver learning and teaching in E-Business, Social Media, Digital Content and E-Commerce and International Business Strategy to enable graduate work-readiness, as well as supervising undergraduate Business and Management Projects.

For an informal discussion regarding the post, please contact Dr Scott Andrews, Head of Department, Marketing and Enterprise (01905 543336).

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