International College Moderator and Programme Liaison Tutor

Twickenham, United Kingdom
Wednesday, 28 July 2021
End of advertisement period
Friday, 13 August 2021
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Application closing date: 13/08/2021
Location: St Mary's University, Waldegrave Rd, Twickenham TW1 4SX
Salary: Annual salary £42,792
Package: 35 days annual leave plus University closure days and Bank holidays
Job category/type: Academic

International College Moderator and Programme Liaison Tutor

Job description

This is an exciting opportunity to join the University’s team at a time when we are expanding our offerings and developing partnerships as a key pillar of our 2030 strategy.  You will be supporting the multidisciplinary Institute of Business, Law and Society (The Institute) at a key moment in its development. The Institute currently offers programmes including BAs in Business Management, Communications and Marketing, Criminology, Law and Politics, as well as innovative postgraduate courses in Sports Journalism, Charity Management, Diplomacy and International Relations, Human Trafficking, International Business Law and International Business Management.

The University has a partnership with Holmes Institute and has set up the St Mary’s University International College (SMULIC) on our campus in Twickenham.  The Senior Lecturer level person appointed will act as Moderator and Programme Liaison Manager for SMULIC pathways that facilitate progression to level 4 and Level 5 programmes in The Institute. They will also work closely with SMULIC to ensure that SMULIC students have opportunities to engage with transitions activities aimed at facilitating a seamless transition from their SMULIC pathway into undergraduate and/or post-graduate study at St Mary’s University. The role will therefore support SMULIC students in their transition and integration into The Institute by acting as the academic liaison point for The Institute.

This individual will be one of the key people involved in helping to oversee and manage the quality of the student experience at SMULIC, and in particular in ensuring the quality/rigour of assessment and progressions processes for students aiming to progress to Institute programmes at St Mary’s Levels 4, 5 and 7.

The role holder will provide reports and recommendations regarding assuring University academic standards through involvement in decision-making on matters related to admissions, assessment and progression. They will also serve on key committees, and assessment panels and Exam Boards.

Please refer to the attached Job Advert and Job Description for further information on the role.

Closing date 13th August 2021 at 23:00 hours
Interviews will take place the week commenicng 23rd August 2021