Academic Teaching Staff for International Pathway Programme
St Mary’s University London International College (SMULIC)
POSITION: Academic Teaching Staff
REPORTS TO: Academic and Student Services Manager
LOCATION: Twickenham, London, UK
DETAILS: Competitive rates of pay, hourly paid / sessional
About SMULIC (part of the Holmes Education Group)
Holmes Education Group is a diversified, multinational, multi-sectoral education provider that offers an extensive range of educational programmes for students and professionals including university programmes from undergraduate to postgraduate level, secondary education, language training, vocational and work-based training and teacher training. 2019 saw the launch of St Mary’s University London International College (SMULIC), our second university partnership in the United Kingdom at St Mary’s University, London based in Twickenham. Now well into our second year of successful operations we are now recruiting ambitious, talented teaching professionals to join our team of academic staff as we take this venture forward. In the current climate teaching is being delivered exclusively online via the University’s VLE (Moodle); however, we are planning for a return to face-to-face delivery in the future as restrictions are eased.
About the role
SMULIC is currently seeking competent individuals to teach modules across our Foundation (Level 3), InternationalFirst Year (Level 4) and Pre-master’s (Level 6) curriculum as follows:
Foundation programme (Level 3)
- Globalisation• ICT Skills
- Numerical Skills
- Foundations in Science and Health
International First Year programme (Level 4)
- Accounting for Business
- Accounting Principles and Practices
- Economics and International Trade
Pre-master’s programme (Level 6)
- Business and Economics
Successful candidates will contribute to the overall quality of education at SMULIC and work closely with colleagues at St Mary’s University, London based in Twickenham. They will be expected to develop and enhance the delivery of the current modules with regard to the wider programme. This incorporates a broad knowledge and understanding of the core competencies of each pathway as well as study skills and communication techniques requisite to further undergraduate and postgraduate studies for international students within the University’s receiving Schools.
Applicants with prior knowledge of teaching international students will be given preference; however, graduate students and those with strong commercial and professional backgrounds are also encouraged to apply.
Inquiries and applications, including a cover letter and CV, should be sent to:
Duncan Watson | Director, University Pathways| firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close on Monday 11 May 2020 at 11.00am (UK time)
We regret that only successful applicants will be contacted.