Location: London South Bank University
Closes: 7 Feb 2022
Purpose of the post
To provide leadership in research, learning and teaching, knowledge transfer and professional practice, to the benefit of students, the School, the University and the wider community. The post holder will be expected to undertake duties in teaching, research, leadership of research, management and citizenship activities associated with student experience, development of staff members and activities leading to the enhancement of the profile of the Division and the School. The holder of the position will have responsibilities aligned with the School’s and Division’s priorities, and contribute to relevant roles at the University level.
Main activities and responsibilities
Core Activities – Learning and Teaching:
Core Activities – Research, Knowledge Transfer and Professional Impact:
Core Activities – Administration, Management, Leadership and Citizenship:
Support for the core business of the School, including participation in the processes for the recruitment, selection, enrolment, and induction of students, attendance at University recruitment events and marketing initiatives.
Higher Level Activity Examples
Achievements in some of the following areas, at a level consistent with national impact in the appointee’s discipline:
10 years relevant professional post-graduate experience or a PhD in an appropriate or closely related discipline.
Evidence of ability to meet the teaching needs of the School at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and undertake PhD supervision in the subject area.
Evidence of a reflective and thoughtful approach to pedagogy with emphasis on: effective communication; the use of stimulating and effective learning and teaching strategies; and the development of effective blended learning strategy.
Academic Management and Planning:
Ability to contribute to Academic Management and Planning at Division and School levels.
Ability to take up a leadership role within the Division and demonstrate a record of management skills including the ability to motivate staff. Able to demonstrate an ability to successfully undertake the management of projects.
Ability to work as a team member to enhance the quality of taught provision, improve levels of student satisfaction, student retention, progression and employability, and support student enterprise activities.
Research and Scholarship, Enterprise, and Professional Engagement:
Evidence of significant achievement or potential to make a substantial contribution to the work of the Division and School in respect of at least one of the following areas:
Research and Scholarship
Evidence of ability to contribute to the scholarly profile of the Division and where appropriate, to enhance the School’s REF submission profile.
Potential to contribute to the income generating activities of the Division through, inter alia, consultancy, Continuing Professional Development delivery, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, and contributing expertise to support Enterprise Centre projects.
Ability to link professional experience in industry to pedagogic practice to enhance the student experience and promote student employability. Ability to contribute to curriculum, module and course development to enhance the Division’s portfolio of courses.
Communication and IT skills:
Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills including: oral; written/literacy; numeracy and presentation; underpinned by the ability to use IT to support students and discharge administrative responsibilities.
Evidence of experience in the use of Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) in teaching (e.g. Blackboard/Moodle).
Values and Behaviours:
Ability to demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, equality and diversity, and its practical application within the context of the University’s Behavioural Framework.
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|Salary:||£55,334 to £67,203|
|Placed On:||18th November 2021|
|Closes:||7th February 2022|
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