Higher Education Module Leader - Land Based Sciences

Easton Campus

REF: EB1011

Closing Date: 30/07/2019

Higher Education Module Leader

Sessional / 0 hours | Fixed Term Contract for 1 Academic Year | Easton Campus | £13.99 - £28.06 per hour

Are you a subject expert with the passion and purpose to inspire the next generation?

We have an exciting opportunity in our Higher Education department at our beautiful rural Easton campus, Norfolk. Working with our undergraduate students as a Module Leader, you will deliver high quality theory and practical based learning activities to our Foundation Degree in Wildlife and Conservation and Access to Land-based Sciences (Conservation pathway).

We have an exciting array of modules for our successful candidate(s) to deliver which include; Habitat and Species Identification, Marine Biology and Conservation, Conservation Biology, and Ethics and Sustainability. These modules will develop student’s skills in species identification, give students a passion for the environment and develop student knowledge about conservation in native and non-native species.

The approximate allocated sessional hours to this post is 7 - 8 hours per week for semsemester 1 across Monday, Wednesday and Thursday and 11 hours in semester 2 days to confirmed. This is a fixed term contract for 1 academic year with an approximate end date of 26th June 2020.

Each HE Module Leader is responsible, under the direction of the Programme Leader (PL), for the design, validation and delivery of teaching and learning activities within their subject area. These activities will include delivering quality teaching and learning sessions, tutorials, induction sessions, monitoring student progress, supervising project work and carrying out assessment and moderation or work.

Ideally you will have a postgraduate qualification in this subject specialism with a range of employment and working experience to bring theory to life. You may also have prior experience in teaching environments ideally within the Higher Education sector. You will be adaptable and enthusiastic and be able to work within the HE team to deliver quality sessions and develop our programme offer.

As an employer we offer many benefits to all of our employees which include but are not limited to:

  • Generous annual leave
  • Local Government Pension Scheme & Teacher's Pension Scheme
  • Staff discounts
  • Corporate memberships
  • Free on-site car parking
  • Continuous professional development and training
  • Free annual eye test vouchers
  • Occupational health support
  • Free use of gym facilities

Please have a look at our employee benefits for further information on all of our employee benefits.

To apply for this position please submit an application form and equal opportunities form to hr@eastonotley.ac.uk.