We are looking for EAP Lecturer to join our vibrant team.
Start Date: January 2024
· Competitive salary depending on experience (tax rate only 10%)
· Accommodation allowance paid monthly
· Paid flight on arrival and return flight at end of contract
· 56 calendar days paid leave per year plus public holidays
· Medical insurance
· Staff development opportunities
The appointees will be expected to:
· Undertake teaching and assessment predominantly on the International Year Zero (IYZ) Foundation year programme, preparing students for their undergraduate studies on one of three pathway programmes.
· Contribute to teaching on a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and distance/blended distance learning modules in EAP/ESP subjects.
· Contribute to developing existing modules and programmes, identifying and proposing areas for improvement, to ensure that modules continue to be student focused, innovative, of high quality and embed the most up-to-date, relevant research and scholarship.
· Work in a team, collaborating effectively with colleagues, offering support, innovation and creativity to enhance the effectiveness of the programmes and ensuring effective module delivery.
· Apply creative and innovative means of embedding and delivering activities, academic research and opportunities within modules, designed to enhance the students’ international awareness, employability and the quality of the student experience.
· Explore and implement ways of providing students with an assessed global travel opportunity as an integral part of the teaching and learning experience.
· Develop and disseminate high quality teaching and learning materials using a range of formats including the virtual learning environment.
· Contribute to the effective assessment of student learning, providing timely, high quality and developmental feedback.
· Work in close collaboration with colleagues to undertake academic roles such as internal moderation, second marking and shared delivery.
· Act as personal tutor to a designated group of students and assist them in reviewing their personal and academic development and their career planning.
· Contribute to the development of the subject area and related programmes of study in the Centre for English Language Learning.
· Carry out relevant administrative duties associated with the post, for example with matters related to student recruitment, enrolment, induction, teaching and assessment.
· To participate fully in the University’s Quality Assurance processes relating to the design and delivery of teaching programmes, including classroom observation.
· Undertake all mandatory and advised training and development as required.
· To undertake external networking, e.g. with the local business community, schools, colleges, professional bodies and /or with the wider academic community via activities such as presenting at local conferences, joint research projects and external examining.
· To participate in cross university and promotional activities including open days, and school visits.
This job description reflects the main duties and responsibilities of the posts. However, the post holders may be required to fulfil other ad-hoc duties commensurate with the level of the posts from time to time.