|Salary:||£45,234 to £53,536 (pro rata)|
|Placed On:||9th September 2021|
|Closes:||21st September 2021|
The Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication (CLCC) is seeking a lecturer to develop and teach our 20-week undergraduate module Understanding and Researching Society. Joining an established team of teaching staff in our Humanities and Social Sciences field, the postholder will design, develop and deliver excellent teaching, with a focus on politics and research methods, for undergraduate students from scientific, technical and medical backgrounds.
Imperial is committed to providing an educational experience that empowers graduates to be leaders in their chosen careers and contribute meaningfully to society. In the academic year 2012–13, the College successfully introduced the Imperial Horizons programme for undergraduate students which, in 2020, became embedded within the curriculum as part of students’ degree programmes. The programme, based in the CLCC, aims to put science in the context of the wider world and to develop interdisciplinary approaches to learning and thinking. This programme includes a range of modules in the fields of Languages, the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Duties and responsibilities
In this post, you will be responsible for:
To be successful in this role you will have:
As you may be required to teach in the classroom and online, you will be expected to have a laptop or desktop computer with an internet connection capable of supporting online teaching.
This is a part time post, with variable hours to be agreed annually. This module is taught on Thursday from 4:00-6:00pm (20 classes of two hours, starting 14 October 2021). There is the possibility of more work on the evening class programme, but this varies from year to year and is only available subject to lecturer availability and student demand.
Interview- 23 September
Should you have any queries contact: Dr Michael Weatherburn - email@example.com
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