Public Health & Social Care Lecturer
Fairfield School of Business is an established community focused higher education college looking to expand and open a new campus in the Central London area during early 2019 (initially the post will be based in Central Croydon but will move to Central London). They are looking to recruit additional Public Health & Social Care Lecturers to join the Academic team for their new campus location.
- To teach at undergraduate and graduate level in areas allocated by the Course Leader and reviewed from time to time by the Course Leader
- To contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high quality curriculum.
- To assist in the development of learning materials, preparing schemes of work, course booklets and maintaining records to monitor student progress, achievement and attendance.
- To participate in departmental and faculty seminars aimed at sharing knowledge and building interdisciplinary collaboration within and outside the department
- To participate in the development, administration and marking of exams and other assessments
- To provide pastoral care and support to students
- To participate in the administration of the department's programmes of study and other activities as requested
- To contribute to departmental, faculty or working groups or committees as requested
- To maintain own continuing professional development
- To actively follow and promote policies, including Equal Opportunities
- To actively engage in and support the internal verification process
- To engage in the Quality Assurance process and demonstrate an understanding of the regulations associated with the awarding bodies
Qualifications and Experience:
- Masters in a relevant academic discipline
- Recognised Teaching qualification desirable
- Public Health and Social Care lecturing experience (1+ years)
- Interpersonal, communication and team working skills
- A willingness to undertake further training and personal development as appropriate and to adopt new procedures as and when required.