|Salary:||£36,333 to £45,737|
|Placed On:||26th May 2023|
|Closes:||14th June 2023|
Within our Centre for Academic Language and Development department, we are looking for a new Subject Tutor to teach Economics and/ or Management at level 3. This position offers you a fantastic opportunity to join the Centre’s large and expanding International Foundation Programme (IFP) team.
In this role, you will contribute to the continued development of the University of Bristol’s IFP as a world-class provision that attracts diverse, high-quality students and provides them with an excellent educational experience.
This role offers a great balance between an average of 12 to 15 contact teaching hours per week, and opportunities to develop teaching materials and yourself through personal CPD.
What will you be doing?
As a Subject tutor, you will be teaching Economics and/or Management (Business Studies) on the International Foundation Programme’s Social Sciences and Law pathway.
As well as teaching, you will collaborate with the Economics and/or Management Subject Leads in the design and development of the Centre’s materials, assessments and CPD under the supervision of the Social Sciences and Law Co-ordinator. You will be working in line with the Centre’s principles of development, reflexivity, autonomy, collaboration, transparency and transferability.
You should apply if
Benefits of working in this role for the University include:
Flexible working is available from home or office, when not teaching or attending meetings. Regular Centre-lead CPD sessions, as well as the University sessions, are available to all staff.
Contract type: Open-ended
Work pattern: Full-time (1FTE)
Grade: I - J/P3
Salary: £36,333 - £45,737 per annum
School/Unit: Centre for Academic Language and Development, Faculty of Arts
Shift pattern: 35 hours per week
For informal queries, please contact Ajay Sarda, AS3013@bristol.ac.uk
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 14th June 2023.
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