Lecturer in Business and Administration

Location
Falkirk (City/Town)
Salary
£29,724 - £36,327 per annum, pro-rata
Posted
16 Jun 2017
Closes
22 Jun 2017
Job Level
Lecturer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

17.5 hours per week (0.5 FTE)

The post holder is a lecturer who produces high quality learning, teaching and assessment materials, and delivers excellent teaching within a specialist area for which s/he is qualified.  S/he will work with others to develop new approaches to teaching, making use of learning technologies. 

To ensure that the curriculum is relevant and up-to-date, the post holder will contribute to the development of elements of provision. S/he will help to enhance students’ learning through providing subject support.  Where appropriate, s/he will contribute to student selection and recruitment processes and advise potential learners.  S/he will have a strong learner focus.

The post holder will contribute to the creation of a safe working environment by maintaining health and safety and resources within the Department, and will advise their line manager on these areas.  S/he will be an example of good health and safety practice to all learners and will ensure that they comply with best practice.

You will produce high quality learning, teaching and assessment materials, and deliver excellent teaching within the specialist area of Business Law, Economics, Marketing and Human Resources. You will work with others to develop new approaches to teaching, making use of a wide range of learning technologies.

You will naturally have a strong learner focus. You will have a degree (or equivalent) in Business or a related subject area and ideally hold a teaching qualification, such as TQFE, or have significant relevant teaching experience in these subject areas at  both NC and HN level .

You should be familiar with internal quality verification procedures and have a desire to develop new and innovative approaches to the delivery of Business related training in a college setting. You will be expected to contribute to new initiatives within the Department of Business.