Variable Hours, Fixed-term contract
Duration of Contract: (6 months Subject to review)
Location: Canary Wharf, London
Would you like to work in a forward-thinking institution where values of student experience, customer service, academic quality, value for money and continuous improvement are at the forefront of how we make our decisions? Do you place the student at the heart of all that you do? If your answer is ‘yes’ to these questions, we have a great opportunity for you to experience it all for yourself and to join our MSc. Project Management Programme Team as an Associate Lecturer.
If you are looking to complement your existing job, work on a more flexible basis or build upon your existing commitments with a new challenge, we could be exactly what you are looking for. We are looking for exceptional individuals to teach, assess and support learning of Postgraduate students in the field of Project Management. In addition, there are opportunities to supervise students’ research projects.
We would like to hear from experts who can provide lectures, seminars, research supervision and possibly module leadership in the following areas:
- Research Methods
- Operations Management
- Engineering Operations Functions and its key managing components
- Business Processes
- KPI based performance management of Project.
- Concepts, Processes, tools & techniques of Quality Control in Projects
- System Thinking, Modelling (IDEF0) and Analysis of Projects
- International Project Management (context including Commercial, NGO, Regeneration, Int’l Relief projects)
- Design study where an artefact, process or system is designed against a theoretical design specification.
- Emerging technologies that impact Project (e.g., AI, Blockchain, IoT, 4.0, etc.)
- Experience in the application of MS Project
You need to have experience of working in Higher Education, subject related post graduate qualification and/or a broad range of experience in Project Management or Engineering Management. You also need to have experience of supervising students’ research projects and a teaching qualification/HEA fellowship would be advantageous. We are also keen to hear from individuals with professional qualifications/memberships relevant to the abovementioned subject areas.
The ability to relate your teaching to a practical setting via exceptional communication and presentation skills is required. In addition, you will have significant experience of online and face to face teaching within the Higher Education Sector and experience of using apps / platforms alongside practical or classroom-based learning.
Informal enquiries can be made to Caesar, Senior Lecturer & Programme Manager Engineering and Project Management via [email protected]
To apply, register with our e-recruitment system, complete an application form.
Please also visit our website www.london.sunderland.ac.uk to see more of our portfolio of programmes and their content.
Closing Date: Midnight 31 August 2023
Interviews to be held: tbc
We reserve the right to close this vacancy earlier should we receive sufficient number of applications.