|Salary:||£41,386 to £48,414 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance|
|Placed On:||27th March 2023|
|Closes:||10th April 2023|
We are seeking a lecturer in Global Cultures and Inclusive Education, with interest and experience in online pedagogies. A PhD in a relevant field within the Arts & Humanities or Social Sciences and experience of teaching and academic administration in higher education are required. The ability to teach in a global context across at least two of the following areas would be an advantage: diversity and inclusion; intercultural communication; indigenous studies (including approaches to sustainability and medicine); cross-cultural leadership; global cultural studies.
This appointment will join the Liberal Arts Department and will play a pivotal role in expanding online educational offerings related to the online Master’s in Global Cultures, supporting its expansion as a leading interdisciplinary programme in Arts & Humanities. This role will also play an important role in developing out King’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Executive Education (EE) offerings.
The MA in Global Cultures enables students (especially those in professional or employment contexts) to engage with concepts and practices addressing contemporary global challenges, (in)equalities and action for inclusion in global contexts and diverse workplaces.
Alongside the contributions to the Global Cultures programme and its future developments, the post-holder may also be involved in aspects of the Liberal Arts Department and providing pastoral support to undergraduate students. The post-holder may also be required to contribute to compulsory, co-taught modules of the Liberal Arts undergraduate programme, which underpin the interdisciplinary ethos of the programme. Therefore, a strong commitment to and experience of interdisciplinary education and scholarship is highly desirable.
Commitment to and experience of various forms of online teaching and learning, pastoral care and supporting student wellbeing is highly desirable. As part of the Liberal Arts team, the lecturer will contribute to fostering an active culture of engagement with the BA and MA programmes, including organising and attending extra-curricular activities. The lecturer will also be asked to serve in academic administration/leadership roles as required.
Working on multidisciplinary content development and within online teaching teams, it is expected the post-holder will contribute to the teaching and administration of key modules of the Global Cultures MA, such as:
The post-holder will also be expected to play a key role in future initiatives related to the Global Cultures programme, including the development and provision of new Executive Education and Professional Development modules. These may include indigenous and First Nations approaches to sustainability and medicine.
This lectureship will fall within the Academic Education Pathway, which is focused on the delivery of education, education-related scholarship, and leadership in education. We seek applicants who can contribute to our goals of delivering innovative, inclusive, and interdisciplinary education in a global context, and the ongoing diversification of our curriculum. We particularly welcome candidates who have expertise on any areas from the Global South.
This post will be offered on a full-time, indefinite contract from 1 August 2023.
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