Lecturer in Tourism Management
This is a key post that will contribute to the ambitions of the University's new Strategic Plan 2017/18 - 2011/23
The Department of Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management seeks to recruit a well-qualified and enthusiastic academic to its teaching team. The Department has a track record of offering high-quality teaching and learning opportunities and is the number one provider of higher education programmes in tourism, hospitality and events in Wales.
The Department achieved 100% Student Satisfaction for its International Tourism Management course (2015-16 and 2016-17) and its International Tourism and Events Management course (2016-17). Through the Welsh Centre for Tourism Research (WCTR) the team has also been successful in securing substantive research funding from a range of Welsh and UK bodies and the European Union.
Delivering across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, the successful candidate should have sound knowledge of the commercial world of travel and tourism and be prepared to teach operational and management aspects alongside vocationally relevant modules and supervising final projects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Subject expertise in tourism ethics, sustainable tourism and destination management would be desirable. In order to support and extend the research agenda and profile of the WCTR, a commitment to advanced scholarship, research and, or enterprise is highly desirable.