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Business Lecturer

Published 2024-05-21

HE Business Management Lecturer – Permanent Contract – Nottingham – June 2024 Start

Clarus Education are working with a Higher Education Establishment within Nottingham who are currently looking for Business Management Lecturers to join them from June 2024.

The Business Lecturer will work collaboratively to build strong relationships with the key leaders and the staff, delivering high-quality teaching demonstrating an overarching understanding of our core modules: Business Management, Organisational Behaviour, Digital Business, Professional Skills, Marketing, and Finance.

The CertHE is pivotal in students' progression to university courses the HE setting’s widening access and participation commitments. The role focuses on creating holistic approaches to teaching and learning across subjects, ensuring that the experiences delivered engage, retain, and progress students. The Lecturer will bring a combination of academic experience, capabilities, and personality to engage diverse students with non-traditional backgrounds. They will be passionate about working with students, colleagues, the college, and the wider community with a record of successfully progressing students.

The college delivers each blended course as 2 fully intensive days, with one face-to-face on campus and the second live online. Each lecturer will usually be responsible for one or two groups of students representing a part-time or full-time role.

Input consists of lectures, workshops, skills lessons, and tutorials. The teaching approach uses best practices from Chunked Experiential Learning Theory, utilising a flipped classroom format with bespoke reflection engagement points, creating opportunities for personalised learning. This personalisation aids student satisfaction, success, and engagement, which in turn aids the development of soft skills offering academic progression and/or employability.

There is a possibility of running the programme over two evenings in the week and at the weekend. Candidates may have to teach across evenings and weekends, as determined and discussed at the interview and matched against preference, the workload, and the resource allocation and needs of the business. Full-time staff members are expected to teach to the full teaching load on the CertHE.

Role Requirements:

  • Schedule: Monday-Friday, 9-6pm (inclusive of 1 hour break)
  • Salary: £38,000 per annum
  • Ability to teach and engage students online appropriately.
  • Ability to plan schemes of work, create teaching and learning materials and design assessments.
  • Experience of designing and developing new programmes
  • Organisation and time management
  • Excellent communicator verbally and in writing
  • Cooperative and collaborative
  • Essential

  • Business-specific academic and/or professional expertise
  • Essential Education/Qualifications/Training

  • Business-specific academic and/or professional expertise
  • Masters level or professional qualification in a related area
  • PhD
  • Postgraduate teaching qualification (PG Certificate or FHEA)
  • APPLY TODAY  – please submit your full CV. If shortlisted, we will be in contact with you within 24 hours. We are looking to interview successful candidates immediately, so please don’t delay in applying!

    We are dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment. You will have a safeguarding responsibility if appointed.

    Please note we do not offer sponsorship and you must have the Right to Work in the UK. You must also have or be willing to obtain a Child Workforce Enhanced DBS Certificate and ensure this is registered on the update service.

    The successful candidate will be subject to enhanced clearance through the Disclosure and Barring Service and employment will be subject to references.

    This post is not exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

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