SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Marketing

Location
Sheffield, South Yorkshire (GB)
Salary
Grade 7/8 - £33,518 to £49,149 per annum dependent on experience
Posted
10 May 2018
End of advertisement period
29 May 2018
Ref
040822
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We are looking to recruit a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer to contribute to the School's ambitions for growth in Higher Degree Apprenticeships. We have had a significant expansion in this area and the Marketing Subject Group has played a central role in this.

This post offers a real opportunity for someone inspirational looking to shape and deliver our graduate apprenticeship delivered through our Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA) programmes. You must be able to combine a well-developed knowledge in marketing, develop and deliver high quality teaching to a range of students for our corporate partners.

You must have substantial commercial experience in either business to business or business to consumer marketing. Ability to deliver to a range of student types is essential although your experience of delivering high quality learning doesn't have to be to students. You must be able to respond effectively and efficiently to the needs of our corporate partners. You must have a Masters qualification and a willingness to undertake continuing professional development, membership of CIM or other relevant professional body is desirable.

We are keen to strengthen our research profile and are looking for someone who will contribute to this agenda. A person with a doctorate or nearing completion of a doctorate is desirable; however, if this is not the case, you must have a willingness to undertake one.

For non-EU applicants, we are unlikely to be able to offer a certificate of sponsorship for this job (unless you are switching from a UK student visa), so you should only apply if you already have unrestricted permission to work in the UK.

We welcome applications for job-share, part-time and flexible working arrangements

We particularly welcome applicants from underrepresented groups