|Salary:||£39,745 to £44,737 pro rata per annum, Grade J/3|
|Placed On:||27th January 2023|
|Closes:||19th February 2023|
This position offers the successful applicant a fantastic opportunity to join the Centre’s large and expanding International Foundation Programme (IFP) team and contribute to the continued development the University of Bristol IFP as a world-class provision that attracts diverse, high-quality students and provides them with an excellent educational experience.
What will you be doing?
As the Subject Lead for What Does It Mean to be Human? (Liberal Arts), you will work with the Arts and Humanities Coordinator to lead on the Centre’s Level 3 provision of the What Does It Mean to be Human? unit on the IFP. You will be expected to evaluate and further develop materials and assessment tasks in line with the Intended Learning Outcomes for the unit to ensure that they enable students to succeed not only on the IFP, but also on their chosen undergraduate programme at the University. As well as working with the Arts and Humanities Coordinator, you will also collaborate with a team of Subject Leads and tutors in the delivery of the unit as part of the wider programme. The ability to teach on another IFP unit would be an advantage.
This will be a fractional appointment, ideally working 4 days a week for 38.5 weeks and appointed on a fractional 0.7 contract, paid pro rata (details to be discussed at interview).
You should apply if
We are looking for an enthusiastic, committed professional who can work as part of a dynamic teaching team.
As a Centre, we adhere to the principles of collaboration, development, reflexivity, autonomy, transparency and transferability at all levels of our operation. If you feel that these principles are a good fit for your own, then we look forward to receiving an application from you detailing how you can contribute to the Centre’s success. The Centre is located within the Faculty of Arts but works with students of all backgrounds across a wide range of disciplines.
Interviews are anticipated to held on 08 or 09 March 2023.
Shift pattern: TBA locally with post holder (4 days a week over 38.5 weeks)
For informal enquiries please contact: David Thornthwaite David.Thornthwaite@bristol.ac.uk
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