Lecturer in Tourism/Events Management
Department of Marketing and Tourism
Salary: From £33,199 per annum
Please not this post is permanent full-time 1.00 FTE
Closing Date: Thursday 08 August 2019
Interview Date: Wednesday 04 September 2019
The University of Lincoln is an ambitious institution becoming a top 50 University in the UK. Its strategy is to combine outstanding research with research-engaged teaching and learning, and practice useful to the wider community. This post is located within Lincoln International Business School, which became a separate College within the University in 2016. The Business School, located on the stunning modern campus in the heart of the historic city of Lincoln, is culturally diverse, internationally minded, and committed to providing an educational experience that enhances employability and enables people and businesses to create successful and responsible futures. The University of Lincoln is proud of its Gold status which it achieved in 2017 based on the Teaching Excellence Framework.
Continued success reflects the academic community, its values and collegiate working. High quality undergraduate programmes are evolving to enhance research-engaged education; following the established ‘Student as Producer’ teaching and learning strategy. We have a portfolio of Master’s level programmes attracting international, UK and European students. The School is expanding its external income generation through corporate, executive and professional programmes, as well as through funded research, consultancy and international student recruitment. The Lincoln International Business School is ambitious to build on its achievements in the 2014 REF and its large doctoral programme by raising the standard of research output, increasing the number of research-active staff and making explicit the impact of its research on business and society.
The Marketing and Tourism Department deliver highly successful undergraduate, masters and doctoral programmes in International Tourism Management, Events Management, Sports Business Management, Cultural Heritage Management, and Crisis and Disaster Management. We are committed to providing high quality learning experiences for all of our students and to meeting the needs of industry employers. We are looking for someone who can contribute to our existing suite of highly ranked programmes. We are particularly interested in people who have expertise in areas in hotel management, crisis and disaster management, or destination management, as well as the ability to contribute to a wide range of tourism and events modules. This post would suit a recent PhD graduate who has one 3 or 4* article published and is therefore REFable. We are committed to developing teaching expertise and are supportive of the post holder completing our learning and teaching apprenticeship.