Teaching Fellow in Environmental Resource Management

Location
London (GB)
Posted
20 Dec 2017
End of advertisement period
18 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time

Teaching Fellow in Environmental Resource Management

Department/Division/Faculty: Centre for Environmental Policy

Salary: £35,850 - £44,220 p.a., pro-rata 

Campus: South Kensington

Part time (14 hours per week), fixed term for two years
 

The purpose of the post is to undertake teaching activities in order to support the work of the Centre for Environmental Policy. The post-holder will be responsible for teaching and learning activities on the Environmental Resource Management (ERM) Option of the MSc in Environmental Technology. This long-running course provides the highest standard of knowledge and skills development for environmental and sustainability specialists. Through the course students acquire a diverse range of discipline-specific problem-solving frameworks for tackling contemporary environmental and sustainability issues. A major emphasis of the course is on the way that environments function and on the compatible tools, alternative technologies and policies for sustainable management.
        
The ERM Option is designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of how ecological principles can be applied to the management and conservation of natural resources and ecosystems, as well as give them related practical skills and techniques.

Key responsibilities for the role of Teaching Fellow include: teaching and developing suitable material to MSc students on the ERM Option of the MSc Environmental Technology; organizing and running field trips; supervising, assessing and providing feedback on examinations, group work and research dissertations; helping coordinate the day to day running of the ERM Option. The successful candidate will be expected to undertake a programme of training to develop expertise in education; undertake research to support teaching; and to undertake duties related to course administration, including organisation of teaching activities. The MSc will be undergoing curriculum review and redesign; it is expected the successful candidate will contribute to this activity.

You will have a Master’s degree (or equivalent), along with an interest in environmental resource management or related topics. You will also have recent experience of teaching a Higher Education Institution, and have, or be working towards, a recognised teaching qualification. An interest in curriculum development or pedagogy is desirable.

The post isrecruitment@imperial.ac.uk part-time for 14 hours per week (0.4FTE) and is fixed term for two years.

Our preferred method of application is online via our website, please go to http://www.imperial.ac.uk/job-applicants/ 

Closing date: 18 January 2018 

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