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Resident Life Assistant

Programme: Arcadia London
Location: North London
Posted: 19/06/2018 12:21:28
Expires: 01/07/2018

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

Student Affairs Assistant

Programme: Advanced Studies in England
Location: Bath
Posted: 07/06/2018 17:00:53
Expires: 27/06/2018
Mailing Address: Jonathan Hope
Dean and Director
Advanced Studies in England
Nelson House
2 Pierrepont St

Job Description: Student Affairs Assistant Further Particulars.docx

Lecturer - Managing Global Supply Chains

Programme: CAPA The Global Education Network
Location: London
Posted: 04/06/2018 17:22:39
Expires: 29/06/2018
Mailing Address: CAPA The Global Education Network
146-148 Cromwell Rd

Job Description: CAPA Supply Chains London posting F18.pdf

CAPA London is seeking a Lecturer to teach Managing Global Supply Chains (part-time, self-employment contract). The module presents students with an understanding of the scope and challenges of global supply chain management. The focus will be on key issues within operations that are of relevance in a firm?s ability to remain competitive in a global economy. Examples of companies collaborating across the globe will be used in the teaching and learning of SCM. The module focuses mainly on the operational and tactical aspects of managing a network of multiple facilities, but also investigates the strategic implications. Factors such as legal, ethical, operational, venture risk and reliability will be considered in addition to specialized topics in supply chain management within a global environment. Students undertaking this module in London will be encouraged to take a regional perspective on topics. European countries play a leading role in global supply chains as providers and consumers given their relatively high levels of consumption and technology skills. This has led to increasing specialization and capability expansion. The course will draw on case studies from the United Kingdom, Europe and neighboring regions and look at emerging trends at a regional and individual country level in relation to the key drivers of successful supply chain management.

See attached role description for selection criteria and application instructions. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until June 29.


Programme: Syracuse University London
Location: Holborn
Posted: 28/05/2018 08:09:18
Expires: 07/08/2018

Syracuse University London is looking for an instructor for Fall 2018 for a psychology course.

PSY300.1 Health Psychology: Mind, Body and Culture (Fall, Spring)

This course considers the range of multicultural and gender issues involving physical and mental health conditions. It is also designed to promote cultural competence in diagnosis, treatment and research strategies. In the context of this course, culture encompasses race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, religion, sexual orientation, sexual identity, gender, age, and disability. Information about the background of many cultural groups will be provided. Students will learn how culture influences human behavior and the conceptualization of psychopathology, and they also will explore how their own culture may influence their views of health. Pre-req: PSY 205 or 209 or an equivalent introduction to psychology course.

This is an adjunct position for one semester, with the possibility of renewal in Spring 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

Administrative Officer

Programme: FSU London
Location: Bloomsbury
Posted: 25/05/2018 14:45:32
Expires: 15/08/2018
Mailing Address: 99 Great Russell Street

Job Description: Administrative Officer Job Advertisement 5.18.doc

Florida State University London is seeking candidates for the position of full-time Administrative Officer. This is a varied role across multiple areas of responsibility in a friendly but busy office. The successful candidate will be highly organised and capable of dealing with many ongoing issues whilst working to deadlines. The post holder will form an integral part of the administrative team through assisting in the day-to-day management of UKVI compliance, HR administration, building maintenance and tenancies, and financial record-keeping. The Administrative Officer will work collaboratively with all FSU London staff to support the university?s educational mission.