Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow in Project Management
Job title: Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow in Project Management
Department: Management Science,
Salary range: £42,792 to £58,089
Closing Date: Monday 21 September 2020.
The Department of Management Science is looking to attract a talented individual to join our outstanding department. Applications are invited for the post of Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow in Project Management. Further details on the Department of Management Science can be found at http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lums/our-departments/management-science
You will have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and providing an outstanding student experience. You will have a track record in the successful delivery of high quality teaching (postgraduate and undergraduate) and a commitment to executive education. You will be comfortable in communicating with Project Management academics and practitioners. You will have experience of module design (Teaching Fellow) and programme design (Senior Teaching Fellow) using innovative teaching, learning support and assessment methods. We would encourage applications from candidates with experience of using technology as a teaching and learning mechanism and an educational approach that fosters debate in the classroom and develops the ability of participants to engage in critical thinking.
You will make a strong contribution to the development (Senior Teaching Fellow) and delivery (Teaching Fellow) of the departmental teaching strategy. Fellowship of the HEA (Teaching Fellow) or Senior Fellowship of the HEA (Senior Teaching Fellow), or comparable indicators of standing within the pedagogical community, are required. While not essential, it is desirable that you will have had relevant prior experience, for example acting as Module Leader or as an Academic Director for undergraduate, postgraduate, executive or partnership programmes. Teaching participation and a commitment to the success of Project Management are essential.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential, as is the ability to work well as part of a team, both as leader and as a supportive team member. You will have the potential for future leadership roles and for contributing to the further enhancement of the quality of teaching, learning and assessment at Lancaster University.
Informal enquires should be directed to Professor Linda Hendry, Head of Department of Management Science: email@example.com.
We particularly welcome applications from women and black minority ethnic people for this role in order to increase our staff diversity in this part of the University.
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