UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN

Associate Lecturer, Selborne Programmes

Location
Lincoln, United Kingdom
Salary
£17.52
Posted
28 Jul 2021
End of advertisement period
12 Aug 2021
Ref
ALSEL21A
Contract Type
Temporary
Hours
Part Time

Business Incubation

Location:  Off Campus
Closing Date:   Tuesday 31 August 2021
Interview Date:   To be confirmed
Reference:  ALSEL21A

Hourly rate for this post; £17.52. Please note for every hour of teaching, where you are responsible for curriculum and assessment delivery, you are given, you will also be allocated 1.5 hours of preparation and marking time. 

The University of Lincoln is keen to enrol experienced professionals in the design, development and delivery in a range of exciting programmes relating to the defence industry. We are looking for a wide range of individuals with varied backgrounds and knowledge bases to be part of our multi disciplined education and training programmes.

If you are looking to apply your knowledge to academia and contribute to supporting the next generation we would love to hear from you. All positions are flexible to meet both your and our needs and are ideally suited to a portfolio career.

Associate Lecturer jobs will be based either at Lincoln, Dartmouth or online depending on the individual and their circumstances. Expressions of interest are invited for defence sector related programmes on an ongoing basis. Subject areas include: Air and Space Power, Marine Studies, Maritime studies, Meteorology and Oceanography, Cyber and Electromagnetic Activities,  Logistics, Equality Diversity and Inclusion, Governance, Enterprise, Digitalisation, Sustainability, Strategic Studies, Resilience, International Relations, Computer Science, Defence Studies, Electronics in Defence, Engineering Science.

We are particularly looking for those who are experienced in working with Leaders and Managers around presentation and communication skills. This could be written, verbal or emerging digital technologies. We welcome those with experience of working with those across a range of abilities and experience. Applications are especially welcome from a leadership and management background or defence leadership.

The University of Lincoln is the academic partner in a consortium of companies engaged in delivering ‘Project Selborne’, a large, multidisciplinary training and educational service to the Royal Navy in a partnership expected to last more than a decade. The Naval Service describes the vision for Project Selborne as: ‘A maritime training system that prepares the Royal Navy’s people, units, platforms and formations to deliver successfully the full spectrum of maritime operations.’ 

Project Selborne is a wide-scale, 12-year transformation of the Royal Navy’s Training System and includes systems, equipment, personnel and qualifications. As part of this, the University of Lincoln will deliver several academic programmes in partnership with Capita Plc, as part of the wider ‘Fisher Training’ consortium of partners.  

The role of Associate Lecturer will focus on a number of teaching and training programmes for Naval Officers that are part of a broad range of professional development pathways. This role will very much contribute to laying the foundations for a range of maritime related areas. This is an exciting opportunity as the post-holder will play a role in implementing key aims of the multi-million pound contract, working within an interdisciplinary team to achieve greatest success. 

Collaboration, flexibility, modernisation and transformation are at the heart of our programmes and will be part of the post-holder's work. Full details of the role can be viewed on the job description and person specification.

Please note that this post requires a Basic DBS check and Security Clearance. Applicants must have at least five years continuous residency in the UK in order to apply for the required Security Clearance.

For an informal discussion, please contact Eleanor Ramsey by email at eramsey@lincoln.ac.uk or telephone at 07784 360506. Interviews for these roles will be arranged directly with candidates.

If you have applied for this role previously, please be assured we have received your application and will consider this in due course.