Associate Lecturer; Undergraduate Programmes
- Toronto, Canada
At London School of Business & Finance excellence is part of our daily life. We have created a unique learning environment that will empower our students with the necessary skills needed to achieve their professional ambitions. Their success depends upon the application of theoretical skills and practical experience. It is this combination where we are true experts, ensuring that students get the right balance of solid theory coupled with necessary 'real-life' case studies and teaching. At LSBF, we believe that each individual has an untapped potential which can be nurtured into limitless ability. Our talented team of academics will help them identify their unique skills. As a continuously expanding school we are currently seeking Full Time /Part Time Associate / Visiting Lecturers in all major business areas for our Toronto campus.
The responsibilities of the tutor include all aspects of planning, delivering and assessing student work on undergraduate business courses, ensuring that departmental objectives and learning outcomes are met, and content is relevant and reflects current practice.
- Update and improve course documentation and guidance materials as appropriate, in order to enhance the student experience and support student progression.
- Use a variety of learning and teaching methods/materials (e.g. web-based and blended learning) in order to enhance the student experience.
- Attend Faculty, Department and Programme meetings/boards, as required, in order to contribute to the decision-making process and to develop productive working relationships within and across teams.
- To actively be involved in staff development activities and attend meetings to discuss progress
Candidates must have a Master's degree and/or a PGCE teaching qualification from a reputable university; PG Cert in Education considered as an advantage
- Previous undergraduate teaching experience is a pre-requisite of this role
- Successful candidates will have good command of the English language
- Experience supervising student work and providing support and feedback
- Challenging ideas, encouraging students to develop skills in critical and rational thinking
- Communicating complex information to a range of diverse students, both orally and in writing
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Please note: If you are applying internally, please ensure your current Line Manager is aware in the first instance. Internal and external applicants should send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted.
LSBF is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religion or belief.