Associate Professor in HE Learning and Teaching
Greenwich Learning & Teaching (GLT)
Location: Greenwich, Avery Hill and Medway
Salary: £51,034 to £59,135 plus £3706 London weighting
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: Tuesday 24 March 2020
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Greenwich Learning and Teaching (GLT) fosters learning and teaching excellence across the university by offering co-ordinated leadership and support of quality enhancement and assurance; a portfolio of development activity; and a forum for staff and student engagement with the learning and teaching agenda. The Associate Professor will oversee GLT’s support for the development of the curriculum across the university in line with the University’s Academic and Student Experience Strategy. This will involve working alongside colleagues on both the quality enhancement and quality assurance sides of GLT to ensure an aligned approach to projects such as those to close the BAME Attainment Gap; to enhance assessment and feedback and personal tutoring practices; and to embed wellbeing and employability into an internationalised curriculum. It will also include overseeing programmes, such as PACE and the advice and support given for programme approval and review.
Duties and responsibilities will typically include:
- Leading and coordinating strategic projects to enhance the curriculum across the university and contribution to policy development.
- Leading on curriculum design and development provision, including programmes such as PACE, and advice and support for programme approval and review (in partnership with the quality team).
- Teaching on the PGCertHE and other taught programmes, including acting as module leader where appropriate.
- Contributing to the GOLD recognition scheme and other professional development opportunities such as GLT’s programme of events and workshops.
- Providing tailored support, advice and guidance to Departments, Schools and Faculties according to areas of expertise.
You will undertake the normal range of responsibilities for academic staff on the learning and teaching pathway, including relevant teaching, scholarship and development activities in GLT and the wider university.
You will have a track record of effective academic leadership in curriculum development, experience of providing support and advice regarding the development of programmes and modules, a track record of contributing to the scholarship of learning and teaching, including publications and grant capture and a strong understanding of the support and development needs of staff who teach and support learning in UK HE. You will have leadership and influencing skills, an ability to effect change in pedagogic practice and to drive forward pedagogic projects, coaching and mentoring skills, scholarship, research and evaluation skills; excellent communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills. You will hold a PhD, PGCertHE, and Senior Fellow (or Principal Fellow) of the HEA or equivalent.
For informal enquiries please contact Dr Jenny Marie, Head of Quality Enhancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 8331 9373.