Lecturing in a Study Centre

Recruiter
Reed
Location
Lincoln
Posted
15 Apr 2019
Closes
28 Apr 2019
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

We are looking to support a study centre in Lincoln with several Lecturing positions.

The hours of work will vary and the timetable is yet to be confirmed. The more subjects that you could cover below will mean the more hours you could support the Centre with.

The preferred Lecturing staff they are looking for are;

  • Level 4 - Travel and Tourism
    • This unit will develop the students’ knowledge of the nature and structure of the tourism industry. To enable students to identify the travel product from both a local, regional and international perspective. To develop an understanding of the development of destinations and travel and tourism products whilst appreciating the impacts on destination economies, environments and cultures. To develop students’ analytical skills within this field of stud.
  • Level 4 - Macroeconomics
    • To establish a sound foundation for future studies in economics, through the study of macroeconomics and the global economy at an introductory level. To introduce students to the key concepts of national income accounting and measures of macro and global economic activity. To enhance students’ understanding of how goods markets, financial markets and labour markets operate. To introduce students to the development over time of the notion of ‘Globalisation’. To introduce students to the economic aspects and effects of globalisation.
  • Level 4 - Accounting
    • To introduce students to the core principles of management accounting. To familiarise students with the techniques associated with management accounting. To develop students’ awareness of management accounting as a basis for decision-making within a business context. To explain the limitations of the costing techniques studies.
  • Level 3 - International Relations
    • To explore the evolution of the discipline of International Relations (IR) over the past century by examining our changing understandings of order in the modern world. To consider the impact of major historical events on the evolution of International Relations, including the First World War, and the ongoing influence of globalization. To facilitate the formative development of students by broadening their knowledge base, deepening their understanding of the topics studied and practising appropriate study skills, to include problem solving. To define and discuss some main concepts within the discipline, including war, peace, the state, and power. To develop independent study skills in research, word processing, group work and effective note taking.
  • Level 3 - Business Studies (Covering Operational and Marketing)
    • To continue to develop students' understanding of both the operational and strategic problems facing the business enterprise in the modern market economy, with particular reference to operations management and marketing. To facilitate the formative development of students by broadening their knowledge base, deepening their understanding of the topics studied and practising appropriate study skills, to include problem solving. To develop independent study skills in research, word processing, group work and effective note taking.

If you are interested in finding out more then please don't hesitate to apply and I will give you a call the first chance I get.

This will most likely for now work from 8th April till 14th June. Then there maybe opportunities for extension of this contract to summer term 2 and/or into the new academic year.

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