17 May

Course Lead Pre Masters Jobs Vacancy at Into University Partnership

Position
Course Lead Pre Masters
Company
Into University Partnership
Location
Opening
17 May, 2018 9 days ago

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Course Lead Pre Masters Jobs Vacancy at Into University Partnership Jobs Details:

Course Lead, Pre-Masters Course
(EAP and Research Skills)

Context

INTO University Partnerships (IUP) is an organisation working in partnership with leading
British universities and investing in the development of world-class international student
centres. INTO Centres specialise in preparing students for undergraduate and postgraduate
study in the UK, with a clear focus on and commitment to the delivery of the highest quality
student experience. Each INTO Centre is managed by a joint venture board on which IUP
and the partner university are equal shareholders.

A wide range of programmes are delivered in the London Centre including postgraduate and
undergraduate degrees, degree preparation courses and general English.

Reporting line

The Course Lead reports to the Academic Director.

Job dimensions
Ability to teach business subjects across a range of classes varying in ability and class

size. This includes lectures, seminars and tutorials;
 Ability to teach students from a variety of countries and cultural backgrounds and at

different language levels;
 Ability to assess effectiveness of teaching skills against student progress and

performance;
 Up to 14 scheduled teaching hours per week including field trips but excluding cover;
 Ability to design curricula and assessment for business students;
 Ability to organise and ensure the smooth running of the course, including timetabling,

staffing and organising field trips and projects.
 Ability to communicate with and support a diverse team of teachers;


Will be required to work with key stakeholders across other areas of INTO such as
marketing, finance, student services; may also be required to liaise with students’
parents, sponsors and other external stakeholders.

Your job title does not define or limit your duties and you may be required to carry
out other work within your abilities from time to time at our request.


We reserve the right to introduce changes in line with technological developments
which may impact upon your job duties or methods of working.

Key accountabilities

Teach (an) academic subject(s) to international students at the INTO Centre. This
includes students who are preparing for future University study and other students on
customised courses, as required; 

Develop purposeful and appropriate lesson plans that provide for effective teaching
strategies and meet the individual needs of students; 

Prepare, select and use appropriate teaching-learning materials for international students
(including the use of in-house materials and self-created materials); 

Assess students and provide both formative and summative evaluations. 
Provide oral and written feedback to students and other stakeholders (e.g. Academic

Director, Programme Manager, academic schools, marketing staff, sponsors and
parents); 

Develop reasonable rules of classroom behaviour and ensure they are consistently
applied; 

Provide academic support for international students, as appropriate, through
consultations and tutorials (e.g. guidance on study skills and academic expectations for
University study, advice on where to seek additional academic support and information); 

Carry out administrative and record-keeping tasks associated with teaching and
assessment (e.g. student progress reports, test invigilation, marks sheets, attendance
and activity records, tutorial logs); 

Contribute to course and module development;
 Provide teaching cover in the absence of other colleagues;
 Organise and run the course to the required standard
 Work in a team environment with teachers on the course to prepare and select

appropriate teaching and learning materials for international students (including the use
of textbooks, in-house materials and self-created materials); 

Point of contact regarding the course for external stakeholders, Academic Support,
Student Services, the Academic Director and teachers on the course. 

Liaise with external stakeholders, Academic Support Team and Academic Support
Manager to provide all the required information in a timely manner; 

Participate in the social programme where this is an integral part of the teaching-learning
programme (e.g. accompanying trips and attending events); 

Participate in and contribute to briefing sessions, student and teacher induction and
orientation and programme functions; 

Act as a positive ambassador for INTO;
 Liaise with the Academic Support Manager to provide all required information in a timely

manner;
 Provide support to all students;


Participate in staff development and professional training as required;
 Attend Centre and section meetings as required.


Your job title does not define or limit your duties and you may be required to carry
out other work within your abilities from time to time at our request;

We reserve the right to introduce changes in line with technological developments
which may impact upon your job duties or methods of working.


Location

Central London, close to Liverpool Street Station.

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders

Act 1974. All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record check from the

Criminal Records Bureau before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions,

reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions.


Salary Band D

£29,357.00 - £39,717.00 pa PRO RATA















Essential Desirable

Legal Status  Appropriate CRB disclosure will be
required prior to confirmation of
appointment.


Education/
Qualifications 

Postgraduate qualification in relevant
area. 


PhD holder.
 PGCE teaching

qualification.

Knowledge/
Skills 

Must be able to teach across a range of
programmes and subjects. 

Ability to assess effectiveness of
teaching skills against student progress
and performance. 

Must be able to teach courses varying in
intensity and number of students with
awareness and have sensitivity to
potential language barriers. 

Excellent teaching, presentation, written
and verbal communication skills. 

Up to date knowledge and awareness of
subject- related teaching methodologies. 

Awareness of the cultural differences
amongst learners and aware of the
needs of learners in the international HE
context. 

Self-motivated.
 A team player.
 Ability to work under pressure and

independently.
 Strong planning and organisational

skills.
 Enjoys the challenge of working in a

changing environment. 
Good basic IT skills with a strong

knowledge of Microsoft packages.
 Versatility and flexibility to adapt the

curriculum plan depending on the needs
of the students. 

Ability to make decisions around lesson
content and sequencing, assessment of
student performance, evaluation of
teaching programme. 

Committed and responsible for
promoting and safeguarding the welfare
of children and young adults. 

Understanding of
challenges of teaching
international students
for whom English is a
second language. 

Understanding of
working with different
nationalities and
cultures. 

Experience in leading
and/or coordinating a
course


Key competencies

Leading and deciding:
  • Deciding and initiating action
  • Leading and supervising

Supporting and co-operating:
  • Working with people
  • Adhering to principles and values

Interacting and presenting:
  • Relating and networking
  • Persuading and influencing
  • Presenting and communicating information

Analysing and interpreting:
  • Writing and reporting
  • Applying expertise and technology

Creating and conceptualising:
  • Learning and researching
  • Creating and innovating
  • Formulating strategies and concepts

Organising and executing:
  • Planning and organising
  • Delivering results and meeting customer expectations
  • Following instructions and procedures

Adapting and coping:
  • Adapting and responding to change
  • Coping with pressure and setbacks

Enterprising and performing:
  • Achieving personal work goals and objectives


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