Lecturer in Business Analytics
Location: Docklands Campus
Salary: Lecturer starting at £43,531 per annum inclusive of London Weighting
Post Type: Full Time
Post Type: Permanent
Closing Date: Wednesday 14 June 2023
IT’S TIME TO THRIVE & SHINE
OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITIES AT ALL LEVELS FROM LECTURER TO PROFESSOR
Keen to further your career in a vibrant and diverse environment where the focus is as much on providing world-class research as it is a transformational educational experience? Then it’s time to thrive & shine at the University of East London’s Royal Docks School of Business and Law.
We are a Careers-Led University that values teaching, industry engagement, and research equally. We are continually investing in our facilities and staff so that we can further build upon our 125 years’ success as an anchor institution in East London. Our aim is to enhance our industry connections and further build upon what is already a thriving research function. Whether it’s business, management, political economy, international relation or law and criminology, we foster an inclusive and vibrant research environment to enable you to produce high quality, impactful research output while enjoying genuine career development opportunities.
The role of Lecturer in Business Analytics involves delivering high-quality teaching, research, and professional activities to benefit students. This includes acting as a module leader, teaching, and assessing students in Business Analytics and related subjects, designing engaging learning experiences, and ensuring the development of skills relevant to employers. The Lecturer will also contribute to university activities, promote equality and diversity, and undertake assigned duties from the Dean or designated representative. Overall, this role encompasses teaching, curriculum development, student support, research supervision, and active engagement in university activities.
To join us you’ll need some success in research to date, including having been published recently and prolific in attending conferences, public speaking etc. A lecturing/teaching background in HE would be beneficial, but we’re aware teaching excellence exists in other educational contexts, such as FE; and a desire to lead learning is also evident in career professionals working within business and law. A proven track record in business and/or chartered accreditation such as CMI, CIPS, or CIPD, for example, would be a fantastic addition to our faculty. And, if you’ve coached and mentored (ILM qual) in a leadership role and passed your learning on to others, we would be interested in your application. If you have a passion for education and creating successful graduate outcomes, plus a real desire to play your part in one of our specialised hubs of like-minded experts to pioneer our students’ future then please consider contacting us for an informal conversation or alternately, simply apply.
So, wherever you are on your academic journey, from Lecturer to Associate Professor or Professor, why not explore our current vacancies by visiting our website?
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