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Business Lecturer

Elizabeth School of London

Location: Leeds
Salary: £30 to £42 per hour (Salary is negotiable )
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 16th August 2022
Closes: 15th October 2022

Location: Leeds & Field Based

About us

Elizabeth School of London (ESL) is a higher education provider committed to offering high quality, relevant provision, promoting our expectation to be a leading provider in the sector, having campuses across five major cities, including London, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, and Northampton. We take an inclusive approach in our recruitment of students, offering excellent links to employers and a focus on one-to-one academic and career guidance with the purpose of widening access to higher education among groups currently under-represented. We believe that education is transformational and can make a fundamental difference to the individuals and communities we serve, which is why we pay the utmost attention to student satisfaction.

Currently, we are offering different foundation and undergraduate courses from Canterbury Christ Church University and Bath Spa University at different campuses across the UK. We will also endeavour to build up partnerships with other UK universities.

About the role

This role is for a Business Lecturer to teach a broad range of lectures and tutorials, work with organisations to develop our activities, and undertake administrative duties as necessary.

We particularly seek someone with a professional business background who will:

  • Contribute to the production of module/unit specific Scheme of Work.
  • Develop module materials for each of the modules being undertaken.
  • Provide/Deliver/Facilitate subject-specific sessions in line with the LOs and syllabuses of respective modules.
  • Deploy assessments appropriately as set out by the assessment team.
  • Set out measures to understand the learning needs of students on their modules
  • Enter attendance registers for each session as prescribed by the policies of ESL and work with the Module Leader to ratify the accuracy of the information being entered for students on digital registers.
  • Support students with timely formative feedback to the extent prescribed by each of the programme specifications.
  • Mark and provide summative feedback within the prescribed deadline published by the Assessment Team.
  • Ensure that all expectations of the Programme Specification of respective Awarding Bodies and Universities under which modules are being taught.
  • Produce appropriate module/unit reports.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and appropriately with students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Contribute to the Business School’s Research Department at the Holborn campus.

Essential Requirements:

  • Master's degree and/or a PhD in the relevant area
  • Teaching qualifications: PGCHE, MA in HE Practice or FHEA etc
  • Previous lecturing experience for similar courses
  • Work in line with Blackboard / VLEs, MS Teams / Zoom.

Desirable Requirements:

  • Experience working in the industry of your subject

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