JOB DESCRIPTION Principal Accountabilities
Teach on short courses and academic programmes ranging from Undergraduate to Postgraduate level.
Undertake the role as a Programme Leader and Module Leader across the various programmes as assigned.
Manage a team of associate lecturers including lecture induction, class observations, and conduct staff development seminars.
Teaching & Learning
Design and develop high quality curriculum and course materials within the existing academic framework.
Review and ensure all coursework and exam assessments meet the intended learning outcomes of each module according to the course and module specification.
Administer the setting and marking of coursework and examination, conduct internal moderation of all coursework with marking
Facilitate the internal moderation of all coursework and examination results in alignment with the course and module specification, before presentation to the end of term for Module/Subject Assessment Board and Program Assessment Board.
Facilitate university site visits, the university audits and program reviews.
Conduct objective assessments on coursework and examination appeal cases.
Supervise Undergraduate and Postgraduate Final Year Projects/Dissertation/Research Work and facilitate the classes/workshops as assigned.
Prepare and conduct lectures and tutorials/workshops/lab sessions/studio sessions as assigned (including overseas if required).
Review the student module evaluation and conduct the student focus groups or Student-Staff Liaison meetings.
Engage in student development by providing strong learning support and monitoring of students’ academic performances.
Advise students with respect to academic performance, career opportunities, and pursuit of advanced studies.
Develop online learning strategies with a duality of pedagogical functions (online learning, blended learning).
Support or lead the projects in setting up with new or existing partner University or industry partner, and prepare the documentation needed for the approval process.
Research & Knowledge Exchange
Research skills and other statistical modelling and online survey software.
Knowledge and understanding of e-learning platforms.
Min 3 years of teaching experience in higher education
Experience or knowledge of module and/or programme leadership, development and administration within a higher education environment.
Can teach in various business disciplines but not limited to Human Resource & Leadership, Strategic Management, as well as Brand Management.
Evidence of engagement in professional practice and the ability to design, deliver and assess a range of modules in and related to specialist areas of professional practice.
Teaching qualifications, e.g. Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA), Advanced Certificate in Learning and Performance (ACLP) and Diploma in Adult and Continuing Education (DACE) will be an added advantage.
Participate in the school’s events, marketing campaigns and projects.
Review and approve teaching assignments as proposed by programme executives.
Extend and enhance the work of the department by promoting programmes and encouraging staff to develop innovative approaches to activities such as student recruitment and retention.
Attend department and programme meetings in order to contribute to the decision making process and to develop productive working relationships within and across teams.
Able to teach in the day and evening
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.