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Resident Live Supervisor (live-in)

Programme: Boston University
Location: South Kensington
Posted: 20/04/2018 12:38:02
Expires: 11/05/2018
Mailing Address: 43 Harrington Gardens
London SW7 4JU, UK
Email: dbrad@bu.edu

Two Summer Temp Residence Life Supervisors (live-in) required by Boston University, London SW7. May-August 2018

We are looking for two temporary Residence Life Supervisors (RLS) to help support our undergraduate students in university housing for the Summer 2018 semester starting ASAP through to mid-August 2018 .

We have over 300 students each semester and the RLS team support students at nights and weekends to help staff to ensure the safe and professional running of the programme.

The RLS is part of a small team of 8 RLS's and it is essential that the RLS team work together as a close-knit unit, both for backup and support to students. The RLS team are the first point of contact for students and act as the backbone of the on-call team. They work closely with: students, the maintenance and housekeeping teams, security and the Student Affairs staff. As the first point of contact every RLS should be able to respond well in difficult and emergency situations and have the patience to deal with more minor but sometimes challenging demands.

The RLS will be part of the on-call team and will be expected to be available during evenings and weekends on a rota basis to provide out of hours support. The role requires availability on a 7-day basis when students are in residence between 19th May through to 10th August. The RLS role allows flexible working where you may have additional employment or are studying Mon-Fri during the day elsewhere.

You will need recent experience of a similar role and to be good at communicating with students and creating a welcoming atmosphere whilst being able to maintain discipline. You will need a mature approach and the ability to make sound judgements. You will need to understand and abide by our current rules and codes of conduct. The RLS team live in single en-suite rooms with access to shared student kitchens.

Our residences are in South Kensington. Housing is provided, and all associated bills are covered by the university. You will receive a salary of 610 per month. Full training will be provided. You must have the right to work in the UK.

To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter of your suitability for the role to dbrad@bu.edu.

Applications will be reviewed continuously until both positions have been filled prior to the semester starting. Successful candidates will be able to move in from 30th April 2018.

Academic Services Advisor (Maternity Cover)

Programme: CAPA The Global Education Network
Location: London
Posted: 19/04/2018 12:25:17
Expires: 21/05/2018
Mailing Address: CAPA The Global Education Network
146 Cromwell Road
London SW7 4EF


Job Description: CAPA Academic Services Advisor - London.pdf

CAPA The Global Education Network is committed to academic excellence, integrity and innovation in learning abroad. Our mission is to provide meaningful experiences that challenge and inspire students to analyze and explore complex political, cultural and social landscapes within urban environments. Through our commitment to personalized learning, global connections via technology and collaborative learning communities, we prepare students to live and work in a globally interdependent and diverse world.

Summary
CAPA is currently seeking an Academic Services Advisor to provide administrative support within the Academic Management Team (AMT) based in London. This position will report to the Associate Director for Academic Affairs in London. This is a fixed-term maternity cover position with a preferred start date in June.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-To provide high-quality academic advising to all students, especially those requiring additional support or special learning accommodations
-To promote and administer student awards
-To serve as primary administrator of local registry functions, including course registration, add/drop advising, and associated reporting
-To maintain class attendance records and liaise with Student Services Advisor regarding absences due to illness
-To facilitate student focus groups and other feedback forums
-To prepare CAPA?s learning management system, CANVAS, for each term and provide support to students and faculty requiring assistance with CANVAS
-To regularly review syllabi and CANVAS pages to ensure CAPA is not in breach of copyright law and prepare annual report for the Copyright Licensing Agency
-To organise hospitality for academic site visits, including visits with CAPA?s Academic Advisory Board, and the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
-To undertake other tasks to support the AMT as required

Qualifications:
-A Bachelor?s degree in relevant field
-Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
-Ability to work independently, whilst simultaneously working as a part of a team
-Excellent interpersonal skills
-Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure
-A high level of proficiency in computer software particularly Microsoft Office, Word and Excel, as well as SalesForce and CANVAS
-Solid working knowledge of educational technology is preferred
-The established legal right to work in the UK

Please see attached for qualifications and application instructions. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis through mid-May.

On-site Advisor

Programme: CIEE
Location: CIEE Global Institute ? London, United Kingdom
Posted: 17/04/2018 12:28:21
Expires: 17/05/2018
Email: FInns@ciee.org

Job Description: CIEE London On-site advisor.pdf

This is a full time position from May to December 2018, possibility to extend to permanent. The position will be in central London but will include one month in Boston during June.

Selection Criteria:
The candidate will ideally hold a Master?s degree, have experience working with international students, strong administrative skills and the ability to excel under stressful conditions while efficiently accomplishing tasks in fast-paced environments.


Interested candidates please email a CV plus cover letter to the Academic Director, Felicity Inns, at FInns@ciee.org Due to high volume, we are unable to respond personally to each candidate.

Adjunct Theatre Lecturer for Fall term

Programme: Lawrence University London Centre
Location: 99 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3LH
Posted: 12/04/2018 10:36:05
Expires: 10/05/2018
Mailing Address: Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
London SW7 4ES
Email: Christine.Hoenigs@lawrence.edu

Job Description: Job description_Fringe Theatre class_Fall 2018.pdf

The Lawrence University London Centre is looking for a lecturer for its ?Fringe Theatre in London? class. The class is regularly offered in Fall term (10 September ? 16 November 2018) and is taught over a ten-week term, with a mid-term break in week 6. Classes are scheduled as two-hour sessions, twice a week, for a total of 36 teaching hours.

This course will attempt to define Fringe Theatre from its beginnings in 1968 and to categorize its main elements. The class will attend a wide variety of plays and venues and come to an understanding of how ?the fringe? has changed over the years. Discussions will address production techniques, the plays themselves, the audiences to whom they appeal, and to what extent the fringe is still an important theatrical force. Students are required to attend weekly performances of the plays which are being studied.

Qualified candidates for this position will have experience working with US study abroad programs in London, possess at least a Master?s degree in an applicable field, and be legally permitted to work in the U.K.

Applications should include the following materials:
? Cover letter
? Curriculum Vitae
? A draft syllabus for the course(s) as per the description above

Additional information can be found in the attached job description.

Adjunct Professor Supply Chain Management

Programme: Syracuse University London
Location: Holborn
Posted: 05/04/2018 15:09:21
Expires: 15/06/2018
Mailing Address: Dr Meghan Callahan
Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning
Syracuse University
Faraday House
48-51 Old Gloucester Street
London WC1N 3AE
Email: macallah@syr.edu

Job Description: Supply Chain Management Instructor.docx

Syracuse University London is looking for an instructor for Fall 2018 for a supply chain management class, ?Production and Operations Management.? This course investigates the critical role of operations management by linking OM to the strategy of the firm and other functions in the organization. It aims to acquaint all business students with this vital function, whether they go on to specialize in it or simply need to understand exactly how it works. The course introduces students to key challenges and levers in managing operations and provides tools for critically analyzing and improving them. We will study the most important and cutting-edge approaches to OM by using real-world case studies, and making field trips to study OM in action.
This is an adjunct position for one semester, with the possibility of renewal in Fall 2019. PhD or MBA students are welcome to apply, please email your cv and cover letter to Dr Meghan Callahan, Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning, at: macallah@syr.edu.

Adjunct Professor Computer Science

Programme: Syracuse University London
Location: Holborn
Posted: 05/04/2018 15:07:19
Expires: 15/06/2018
Mailing Address: Dr Meghan Callahan
Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning
Syracuse University London
Faraday House
48-51 Old Gloucester Street
London WC1N 3 AE
Email: macallah@syr.edu

Job Description: Computer Science instructor.docx

Syracuse University London is looking for instructors for Fall 2018 for two computer science classes. Students on these courses are computer science majors at Syracuse University in New York and come to London for one semester.
CIS473 Automata and Computability (Fall) Countable and uncountable sets; diagonalization proofs; finite state automata; regular, context-free, context-sensitive, recursive, and r. e. languages; Turing machines; relationships between classes of languages and machines; the halting problem; proof methods for decidability and undecidability.
CIS477 Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms (Fall)Mathematical modeling of computational problems; searching and sorting algorithms; search trees, heaps, and hash tables; divide-and-conquer, dynamic programming, and greedy choice design techniques; graph algorithms; NP-completeness; and selected topics.
This is an adjunct position for one semester, with the possibility of renewal in Fall 2019. PhD students are welcome to apply, please email your cv and cover letter to Dr Meghan Callahan, Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning at macallah@syr.edu.

Lecturer & Programme Manager for Business, Political Economy, and Entrepreneurship

Programme: NYU London
Location: London
Posted: 29/03/2018 16:20:16
Expires: 29/04/2018
URL: http://www.nyu.edu/london/about-us/working-for-nyu-london.html

Job Description: Job advert - Lecturer & Programme Manager for Business and Entrepreneurship.pdf

Lecturer & Programme Manager for Sciences and Psychology Programme

Programme: NYU London
Location: London
Posted: 29/03/2018 16:19:27
Expires: 29/04/2018
URL: http://www.nyu.edu/london/about-us/working-for-nyu-london.html

Job Description: Job advert - Lecturer & Programme Manager for Sciences and Psychology.pdf

Sessional Lecturer in Economics, Finance, Political Economy

Programme: FIE London
Location: South Kensington
Posted: 29/03/2018 12:46:22
Expires: 27/04/2018
Mailing Address: 114 Cromwell Road, London SW7 4ES
Email: academics@fie.org.uk
URL: http://fie.org.uk/about-us/employment

FIE London is always interested in hearing from academics and practitioners in a wide range of subjects who may be interested in part-time teaching in London when we have vacancies arise. To express your potential interest, please send a cover letter (detailing your teaching philosophy) and your CV to academics@fie.org.uk. In your email please also indicate the courses that you would be interested in teaching from those specified on our London Courses page. Please note that instructors at FIE work as independent contractors and must be able to hold self-employed status in the UK.

We anticipate a need for additional sessional lecturers to teach for fall 2018 in Economics, Finance and Political Economy.

Resident Life Assistant

Programme: Arcadia London
Location: North London
Posted: 20/03/2018 14:12:28
Expires: 29/04/2018
Email: hr-london@arcadia.edu

Job Description: Arcadia University - RLA - Job Description.pdf

The Arcadia University London Centre is seeking suitable candidates for the post of Resident Life Assistant for the academic year 2018/2019.

This is a part-time, fixed-term, live in position in central London, responsible for a student residence, with particular responsibility for residential life events, monitoring housing policy compliance, arrival and orientation, and some building facilities responsibilities.

Suitable applicants will have previous relevant experience, an enthusiasm for education and cultural exchange and permission to work in the UK with no restrictions.

Application should be via CV of no more than 2 pages and a covering letter of no more than 500 words setting out your suitability for the post.

Temporary Writing Fellow (Summer)

Programme: Boston University Study Abroad - London
Location: South Kensington, London SW7
Posted: 05/03/2018 12:17:03
Expires: 23/04/2018
Mailing Address: Boston University Study Abroad London
43 Harrington Gardens
South Kensington
London
SW7 4JU
Email: katy@bu-london.co.uk

Job Description: Writing Fellow Guidelines 2018 CGSJ Summer 2.pdf

Boston University London has a 6 week vacancy for a Writing Fellow to provide writing support tutoring to our freshman programme students.
Particular focus is on essay writing, study skills, organisation, clarity and examination technique.
The period is from 10th July to 7th August 2018.
Hours are expected to be afternoon and early evening, Tuesdays to Thursdays (Monday to Wednesday in exam week.) One Sunday required. For projected dates and times please see attached PDF.
The position is for someone with an MA and at least one year of tutoring experience.
Experience of the US university system would be ideal.
Please send current CV, with a cover letter explaining concisely your suitability for the role to katy@bu-london.co.uk.