Spanish-English Translation Associate Teacher
Job number ACAD104662
Division/School School of Modern Languages
Contract type Hourly Paid Teacher
Working pattern Part time
Salary £22.15 per hour
Closing date for applications 17-Aug-2020
The University of Bristol’s School of Modern Languages is seeking to recruit an hourly-paid Associate Teacher to deliver two taught units for the distance-learning MA in Translation during academic year 2020-2021, ‘Applied Translation (Spanish)’ and ‘Introduction to Specialised Translation (Spanish)’. All instruction will be delivered remotely via Blackboard and related education technology tools. Public health situation allowing, we may hold one on-campus meeting during the year, but remote attendance would be possible.
We welcome applications from practicing translators with a range of experience translating from Spanish into English. You should have a degree in translation, languages, or another relevant discipline; experience with UK higher education; significant professional translation experience; and near-native language abilities in English and Spanish. Candidates should have the right to work in the UK.
The role descriptor for Associate Teacher can be found here.
Hours of work are variable depending on student numbers. Given that this unit is taught entirely online through distance learning, hours are estimated on the basis of the below formula:
First 5 students in group: 8 h/student. 40 hours minimum
Every further student up to 12 students: 6 h/student
Every further student above 12 students: 5 h/student
Two staff meetings/year: 6 hours
Units in Spanish translation can be expected to recruit approximately 10-15 students per term.
The rate of pay is £22.15 per hour.
Contact (for further information on the posts):
Dr Rebecca Kosick, Programme Director (MA in Translation), at email@example.com
To apply, please click on the 'apply for job' button at the bottom of this page.
Please note the following:
- We will only be able to consider you for this vacancy if you complete the application process outlined above.
- Only include the information requested – copies of qualifications, certificates, journal articles and any other additional documents are not required at this stage.
- The closing date for applications is 17 August 2020.
- Interviews (via Skype or similar service) are expected to take place in week beginning 24 August 2020
We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.