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Lecturer in Electronic Engineering - Short Term Positions

EduLink China

Location: Shanghai - China, Work from home
Salary: ¥3,600 to ¥4,800 or £437.23 to £582.98 (converted salary*)
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 6th May 2022
Closes: 6th July 2022

Positions

We require lecturers in Electronic Engineering at undergraduate level. The modules are conducted entirely in English.

Minimum Qualifications:

Essential: Professional qualification or minimum Master's degree in Electronic Engineering from a recognized institution, in addition to excellent spoken and written English.

Desirable: Teaching qualification, experience teaching international students. Completely fluent English speaker, with academic qualification preferably from Western Europe or North America.

Contract Terms:

The positions are module based short-term. However because Edulink has recurring need for similar teaching staff, this position can lead to future contract offers.

Modules:

  • Imperative Programming Foundation
  • Foundation Engineering Maths
  • Computer Architecture & OS
  • Electric & Electronic Principles
  • Introduction to Embedded Systems
  • Circuit Design
  • Math Methods & Linear System

Students are located in Zhengzhou, China. The teaching hours vary between 60 hours to 80 hours based on the per module credits.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, all teachings are to be conducted remotely, with live streaming classes (via online softwares, such as Ding Talk, Skype, etc.), pre-recorded videos and other teaching methods.

Remuneration Packages (short-term contract):

The salary ranges from 3600 USD to 4800 USD based on the module credits.

About the Employer:

EduLink China Henan, China: EduLink China establishes and manages academic partnerships between universities in the UK and China. These partnerships establish programmes which nationally recruited students can join, and which lead to both Bachelor's and Master's level degrees. These programmes are registered at the China MoE, and students on them undertake study initially in China, and can elect to complete these studies in the UK.

We manage our programme partnerships by hiring qualified practitioner or academic professional and providing quality control and overall management. Our role is to bridge the gap between Chinese and Western academics, to ensure the smooth delivery of our QAA conforming programmes, and to ensure that teaching content and assessments reflect current practice.

EduLink China is based in Shanghai, China, and has worked between Western (primarily UK) and Chinese universities, establishing partnerships since 2002. We send annually hundreds of students abroad for higher education.

Contact: Please write to emily.ding@edulink.ac.cn to express interest in this position. Please include a recent CV with your letter.

EduLink China +86-21-6270-0825 (voice).

To learn more about working & living in China, please visit: www.jobs.ac.uk/careers-advice/country-profiles/china

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