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Lecturer in Computing

Job Title: Lecturer in Computing
School/ Function: School of Computing and Engineering
Salary: £35,000 - £45,000
Location: London
Responsible to: Programme Leader/ Head of School
Responsible for: Teaching on their specialist subject to students

Overall purpose:
The role of Lecturer in the School will be required to design, develop, and produce learning and teaching material and deliver either across a range of modules or within a subject area.

The role will be hybrid (face-to-face or online) and has responsibility for ensuring that the students undertaking a specific module or unit engage with the module, fulfil their potential in terms of achievement of learning outcomes and enjoy a high-quality student experience.

In addition, a lecturer may work more across a programme to support students in their learning journey.

Personal Specification:

Experience & Personal Qualities
Essential:

Experience or knowledge of quality assurance and validation of HE modules / programmes
Experience or knowledge of higher education and ability to use a range of delivery techniques to inspire and engage students
Significant experience within a subject area relevant to the school
Positive attitude to colleagues and students
Communicate information effectively, both verbally and in writing, engaging the interest and enthusiasm of the target audience
Ability to influence, collaborate and interact effectively with a range of stakeholders including staff (at all levels), students and others.
Ability to provide expert guidance to students and other work areas and to develop understanding and resolve complex problems.
Ability to achieve key performance indicators through persuasion and negotiation where no direct authority exists.
Ability to respond and adapt with agility to often rapidly moving events and developments in both the school and College
Excellent written and oral communication skills including networking and relationship building skills, both across the University and externally
Able to demonstrate both independent self-management and team working, Able to work with competing priorities and to tight deadlines
Demonstrates competences, core behaviours and supplementary behaviours that support and promote the University's core values
Flexible to the needs of others
Innovative and creative

Desirable:

Experience of research and enterprise activity
Evidence achievement or willingness to achieve high-quality publications or other outputs in research or practice
Able to participate in and develop external networks

Technical Knowledge & Skills:
Essential:

An appropriate level of digital capability and aptitude with practical experience of applications which aid student learning
Ability to communicate complex and conceptual ideas to a range of groups
Proficient in using IT to support own work and for application to technology-enhanced learning / teaching and research activities
Committed to a high-performance culture, fostering continuous improvement and driving quality

Desirable:

Knowledge of higher education and ability to use a range of delivery techniques to enthuse and engage students.

Education & Professional Qualities:
Essential:

Master's degree in relevant subject discipline
Fellowship of the Advanced Higher Education (HEA) or willingness to work towards (within 12 months)
Sufficient breadth and depth of specialist knowledge in the discipline to develop teaching programmes and the provision of learning support.
Experience of teaching, curriculum development and quality management and enhancement in an HE environment.
Appropriate digital skills in learning, teaching and assessment

Desirable:

PhD (or submitted and awaiting examination) or equivalence accepted in a relevant subject area, for example by publication or through appropriate professional achievement or willingness to work towards within an agreed timeframe
Alternatively, ability to demonstrate equivalent core knowledge and expertise gained from leading edge practice will be considered in some circumstances.
A minimum of 1 year's team leadership experience
Teaching qualification or preparedness to work towards.
Membership of appropriate Professional Statutory Regulatory Body (PSRB)


  • Rate: £35000 - £45000 per annum
  • Location: London, England
  • Type: Permanent
  • Industry: Education
  • Recruiter: Protocol
  • Contact: Protocol
  • Tel: 01159111222
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  • Posted: 2022-11-29 15:51:41 -

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