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Lecturer In Media Studies and Film

Programme: James Madison University Semester in London
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 05/12/2017 01:38:09
Expires: 15/12/2017
Email: maunedx@jmu.edu

Job Description: SIL_Film_Faculty_Posting.pdf

James Madison University Semester in London
Film Adaptations

James Madison University?s Semester In London program seeks an academically qualified instructor to teach Film Adaptations in the UK for our American undergraduate students in the Spring 2018 term. The course is scheduled to be offered on Thursdays, 2pm ? 6pm for lecture and a weekly class outing to view a film.

Qualified candidates will have an advanced academic degree (Masters or PhD preferred), will have previous university teaching experience (ideally experience in teaching American students, but not required), and will be legally eligible to work in the UK.

Interested persons should email an introductory letter outlining your experience and CV to: ?Mr. Dietrich Maune, Director, JMU Semester In London? at maunedx@jmu.edu??

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and will contacted for interviews in London.


Film Adaptations

Course Description:
Film Adaptations is an interdisciplinary course that examines the process of adapting literature into feature films. It will take into consideration the texts themselves with critical analysis of themes, character and dialogue as well as close study of the films they have inspired ? particularly with a view to the technical aspects in which the language of film is used to convey a story from another medium. Consideration will also be given to the broader role of film adaptation in the film industry. The different forms this has taken and the move from the adaptation of literature to that of graphic novels, west end plays and even television programs.

Residence Life Supervisor (live-in)

Programme: Boston University
Location: South Kensington
Posted: 22/11/2017 18:38:24
Expires: 15/12/2017
Email: katy@bu-london.co.uk

Residence Life Supervisor (live-in) required by Boston University, London SW7

We are looking for a Residence Life Supervisor (RLS) to help support our undergraduate students in university housing for the Spring and Summer 2018 semesters. 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 back up and support. 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. The RLS role allows flexible working where you may have additional employment or are studying Mon-Fri during the day elsewhere. In the summer semester the period mid May to mid August will be especially busy and we will require commitment throughout that period for arrivals/departures. This may make it an unsuitable role for those with exams or any other commitments at that point.

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 katy@bu-london.co.uk

Closing date is Friday 15th December 2017 by 11am. Applications will be reviewed continuously through the recruitment period. Interviews will be held on Monday 18th & Tuesday 19th December. The successful candidate will be able to move in from 2nd January 2018.

Lecturer - World History

Programme: ACCENT International
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 21/11/2017 16:51:49
Expires: 15/12/2017
Email: londonjobs@accentintl.com

ACCENT International in London invites applications from academics at the post-doctoral level to teach on one of its programs at the ACCENT Centre in Bloomsbury for the fall, 2018 semester.

Specifically, ACCENT is looking for accomplished, published faculty member to teach on a selective freshman undergraduate residential semester programme, managed on behalf of a leading Californian public university by ACCENT in London. The position will be an introductory (freshman) level World History survey class, on the US general education model, with the successful candidate teaching a 45-hour, 15-week class.

Applicants should have an earned PhD from a leading research institution and track record of publishing and teaching (in the US is especially welcomed), and will be nominated for final selection by the University.

Please contact matthew.erskine@accentintl.com with any questions, or to receive model syllabi. Nominations should be made to londonjobs@accentintl.com, including an expression of interest, full academic CV and sample relevant past syllabi, all in PDF form.

Lecturer - Economics

Programme: ACCENT International
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 21/11/2017 16:46:24
Expires: 15/12/2017
Email: londonjobs@accentintl.com

ACCENT International in London invites applications from academics at the post-doctoral level to teach on one of its programs at the ACCENT Centre in Bloomsbury for the fall, 2018 semester.

Specifically, ACCENT is looking for accomplished, published faculty member to teach on a selective freshman undergraduate residential semester programme, managed on behalf of a leading Californian public university by ACCENT in London. The position is in Economics, with the successful candidate teaching a 45-hour, 15-week Introduction to Microeconomics class.

Applicants should have an earned PhD from a leading research institution and track record of publishing and teaching (in the US is especially welcomed), and will be nominated for final selection by the University.

Please contact matthew.erskine@accentintl.com with any questions, or to receive model syllabi. Nominations should be made to londonjobs@accentintl.com, including an expression of interest, full academic CV and sample relevant past syllabi, all in PDF form.