Freelance Tutor - Accounting
London and Birmingham (but possible opportunities in Manchester)
Freelance (Term by Term basis)
BPP Business School is recruiting for a number of associate faculty roles to accommodate the demand needs within the school across our Accountancy programmes.
We are looking for highly motivated, practitioner-experienced lecturers to bring high quality teaching and module leadership into the School across the following areas:
- Advanced audit and assurance;
- Advanced financial accounting (Corporate reporting); and
- Advanced management accounting (Financial and Performance Management).
The role of faculty in the Business School is to ensure that students in the Business School receive a premium experience. This is achieved via delivery of the highest quality tuition and module leadership.
The key duties of Associate Faculty on these programmes will be teaching (mainly face to face but with some opportunities for online work) and module leadership. There is also the opportunity to undertake a variety of additional duties including, but not restricted to curriculum design, assessment marking and project supervision across the wider Business School.
Teaching and Module Leadership
1. Provide high quality module leadership and be accountable for the standard of the module materials and resources. Ensure high quality and consistent teaching through the provision of detailed teaching guidance and academic support.
2. Teaching in either a face to face or online capacity. Usually across a working day in 2 or 3 hour segments depending on the modules taught. Possible evening teaching particularly if delivered online.
3. Note that some teaching with the accounting discipline (on our Advanced Diploma in Accounting & Finance (ADAF) and MSc Accounting and Finance programmes) is usually in face to face mode. These are usually 6 hours of teaching per day, which are usually segmented into a 3 hour morning session followed by a 3 hour afternoon session. Timings and segmenting can differ in some circumstances.
4. Managing a local cohort of students to ensure the smooth running and academic integrity of the relevant programme. (This could include marking of formative assessments including providing feedback to students and dealing with student queries in regard to the modules you are teaching).
1. Undertake curriculum development as and when required.
2. Examining, assessment and marking within the relevant programmes.
3. Supervising student projects within the relevant programmes.