|Location:||England, Work from home|
|Placed On:||20th December 2021|
|Closes:||28th January 2022|
Location: Based from one of our study centres OR options available for agile / remote UK working
About Arden: We pride ourselves on being true innovators, disruptors and pioneers, our focus is to promote life-long learning and ensure that everyone, everywhere can access higher education. As a private University we operate at a faster pace, we are more creative and entrepreneurial, and we are not afraid to take risks. We are small enough to be agile, but with grand plans to make a global impact.
The School: The role sits in the School of Psychology and Social Sciences. The school is forward thinking and dynamic and aims to lead the way in the delivery of its courses. Our academic team has a diverse range of experiences from working in academia, as practitioners and working in industry. As a school in its infancy, we welcome individuals who want to develop the school both in terms of programmes as well as novel approaches to teaching and assessment.
The Opportunity: To contribute to the development of postgraduate and undergraduate programmes, ensuring high levels of student outcomes. This includes associated operational administration, curriculum development and quality management and enhancement (including accreditation by relevant professional institutions where appropriate). Senior Lecturers work with the Dean, Heads of School, Deputy Head of School, and Lecturers to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of programmes in accordance with University strategy, policies and procedures and undertake research and scholarly activity. Senior Lecturers have academic leadership responsibilities which typically involve a combination of the following, in discussion with their Head of School/Deputy Head of School:
The Person: You will have obtained, or be in the final stages of your PhD. You will have an existing track record of creating, developing and enhancing undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. You will be experienced in current and effective teaching, learning and assessment practices in Higher Education, and be able to bring your knowledge and understanding to Arden to grow our programmes and providing excellent student outcomes. Candidates with knowledge of cybercrime, digital and physical forensics, organised crime or terrorism are particularly encouraged to apply.
Why Arden: At Arden, our people work hard to ensure our students journeys are the best they can possibly be, as such we want to reward our people with our wonderful benefits. We want our colleagues to enjoy both their personal and professional life, and we know work-life balance is at the forefront of everyone’s mind, as such we offer the opportunity for our people to explore agile working and offer flexibility in working pattern to accommodate where we can.
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