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Associate Director, Executive MBA Program - Europe - maternity cover

Programme: Chicago Booth
Location: London
Posted: 14/06/2019 13:20:05
Expires: 30/06/2019
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Associate Director Executive MBA Program Europe JD May 2019.pdf

GENERAL SUMMARY: fixed term, full-time position for a highly motivated individual with experience working in a service-oriented environment (experience with students especially helpful). The position is available immediately until 30 April 2019. This position will require work on Saturdays and some Sundays and evenings during class week.

Associate Director is responsible for the daily management of the Executive MBA Program in Europe. He or she will create quarterly class schedules for distribution to faculty and students; monitor student academic progress by tracking grades/academic progress, academic probation reporting and verification of graduation requirements; identify, monitor, process and provide assistance with all program exceptions including transfers, leaves and reinstatements, incompletes and others.

Associate Director will plan and organize special events such as Orientation, Family Day, International Weeks and Graduation and attending other Booth events as a representative of the Executive MBA Program. Additionally, he or she will develop activities for the Executive MBA student population, counsel and refer students to internal and external resources.

SCHEDULE
Normal working hours are 9am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday during non-session weeks. Early morning, evening hours and Saturdays/Sundays are required when Executive MBA students are in session.

Salary and Benefits: Chicago Booth offers an attractive benefits package including Private Medical Insurance, a contributory pension scheme, interest-free travel card loan scheme, Cycle to Work scheme and more.

Lecturer, Community and Public Health

Programme: CIEE London
Location: London
Posted: 07/06/2019 14:43:08
Expires: 01/07/2019
Mailing Address: 46 Russell Square
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CIEE London Advert Public Health.doc

CIEE London is looking for 1- 2 Public Health lecturers to deliver two courses in the Fall.

'Contemporary Challenges in Global Health' examines the economic, cultural, ethical, and structural challenges faced by health care systems today and is a third-year course running three times a week from 12 Aug - 20 Sept on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12:30-3pm

'Comparative Healthcare Systems' explores the impact of demographics, infrastructure, political and public will, global economic conditions, and geopolitical circumstances on health care systems and is a third-year course running three times a week from Thursday 4 November to 14 December on a Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9-11:30.

Lecturer Music, Media and Public Spheres

Programme: CIEE London
Location: London
Posted: 07/06/2019 14:36:51
Expires: 01/07/2019
Mailing Address: 46 Russell Square
Email: f[email protected]

Job Description: CIEE London Advert Ethnomusicology.doc

CIEE London is looking for lecturer to teach 'Music, Media in Public Spheres' a third-year course running twice a week from 4 November to 13 December on a Monday and Wednesday from 16:00 - 19:00, and two occasions on a Friday from 16:00-18:30 for field trips.

This course examines music markets and the ongoing evolution of the music industry with a focus on the cultural and social influence of music, the changing perspective of music consumers, and the role of artists and producers. Students will learn about varying debates and models within the music industry, the interaction of music with other media, and the intersection of traditional music forms (radio, records, and concerts) with new technologies such as on-line audio streaming. The course will also explore the importance and economic contribution of popular and alternative music festivals throughout the United Kingdom. Utilizing London as a field site for study, this course will encourage students to engage with a range of music performances and events throughout the city. The course is taught using a dynamic mix of lectures, case study discussions, student presentations, and a field trip to a local music label.

Associate Director, Academic Affairs

Programme: Arcadia University, The College of Global Studies, London Center
Location: London
Posted: 07/06/2019 14:12:52
Expires: 24/06/2019
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Associate Director of Academic Affairs JD - 28.05.19 for AASAP.pdf

The College of Global Studies at Arcadia University (based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA) provides over 100 study abroad programs in 12 countries to students from over 300 institutions of higher learning in the United States. Currently, the University is ranked #1 in the USA for the number of students that study abroad through its short-term, summer, semester and full-year programmes. With over 20 programmes offered at UK universities, in addition to its London Centre, the College of Global Studies offers a diverse range of study abroad options, including first year programming, internships, and undergraduate research opportunities. Arcadia's London Centre is based in Bloomsbury where classes, academic programmes, student life services and other forms of comprehensive support are offered to participating students.
We are seeking a suitably qualified candidate for this key role in the London Center. Arcadia University encourages candidates of diverse backgrounds and abilities to apply. For more information on responsibilities, remuneration, and deadlines please see the job description attached.

Sessional Lecturer required to teach Ethical Leadership

Programme: FIE: Foundation for International Education
Location: London
Posted: 03/06/2019 14:10:42
Expires: 28/06/2019
URL: http://fie.org.uk/87-aboutus/960-sessional-lecturer-to-teach-ethical-leadership

Please visit our website at the link above for more details.

Lecturers in Business, Communications, Sociology and Literature

Programme: CAPA: The Global Education Network
Location: London
Posted: 31/05/2019 17:11:34
Expires: 21/06/2019
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CAPA Job Description Multiple Modules 2019.pdf

CAPA: The Global Education Network is an established leader in the development and administration of quality international education programs. For over 40 years, we have partnered with universities and colleges across the USA and around the world, providing a full range of programs and integrated services designed to support all aspects of international education. Our strong worldwide network, professional expertise, and demonstrated success in the field make us the preferred resource for a growing number of US institutions of higher learning for their study abroad needs. CAPA is headquartered in Boston and operates programs in Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Dublin, Florence, London, Shanghai and Sydney.

CAPA London is currently seeking lecturers for autumn 2019 for modules in several different disciplines:

Business:
International Dimensions of Organisational Behaviour

Communications:
Ethics in the Media
Creative Connections: Advertising and Marketing in Britain
Strategic Communication and Social Media: Theory and Practice
Communicate: Basic Acting Techniques for Confidence-Building and Better Presentations

Sociology:
Experiencing Globalization

Literature:
Detective Fiction

Syllabi for all the above modules are available on our website: www.capa.org.

The ideal candidate for each module would have:
A PhD or relevant post-graduate degree in relevant field.
Demonstrated experience in teaching political science coupled with a passion for teaching.
Some experience teaching American undergraduate students or familiarity with American education systems will be helpful.
Evidence of positive student evaluations from prior teaching experiences.
Relevant publication record or academic interest in relevant field will be desirable.
The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with academic and administrative staff and efficient management of grading, attendance and student queries will be essential.
Proven ability to work collaboratively
Ability to work within a VLE and use other technical learning tools.

Faculty are responsible for all aspects of module preparation, teaching and assessment. Flexibility in scheduling is essential. The fall semester runs from 9 September to 12 December, with a midterm break 21-25 October. Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the UK. These are sessional fixed-term contracts for services and not employment. Candidates must be registered, or be able to register, as self-employed in the UK.

How to Apply:
Please email your CV and a cover letter specifying which module(s) you are applying for, explaining your interest and providing evidence of how you meet the selection criteria to [email protected] Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, until filled; it is our intention to fill the position by 21 June.

Adjunct Musicology Lecturer for Spring term 2020

Programme: Lawrence University London Centre
Location: 99 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3LH
Posted: 31/05/2019 08:32:49
Expires: 28/06/2019
Mailing Address: Lawrence University London Centre
98-103 Great Russell Street
WC1 B 3LH London
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Job description_Beethoven_Spring 2020.pdf

The Lawrence University London Centre is looking for a lecturer to teach the class "Perspectives on Genius: The Life and Musical Impact of Beethoven" in Spring Term 2020.

The class is taught over a ten-week term, with a mid-term break in week 6 (25th April-3rd May 2020, excluding the Bank Holiday Monday on 4th May). Classes start on Monday 23rd March 2020 and finish on Friday 29th May 2020, followed by a reading weekend and a day for final assignments on Monday 1st June 2020.

Classes are scheduled as 2 weekly two-hour session for a total of 36 teaching hours per term.

This course is open to all London Centre students. It will be listed as a Musicology class on two levels: As a 100-level course, the seminar will be general in scope, no prior musical knowledge will be expected, and the course does not satisfy requirements for any music major. As a 400-level course, the seminar will involve independent research. Students will choose the level at which they wish to take the class. The instructor will ensure that both levels will be addressed in the seminar and its assignments.

Course description: "Ludwig van Beethoven, arguably one of the most famous composers of all time, is a compelling and fascinating figure in classical music. He occupies a central position as the architect of musical Romanticism and his influence continues today. In additions to studying his music from the perspective of his own time, we will discuss his extraordinary creative personality and the reception of his music by subsequent composers and listeners. A number of concerts and outside visits will be organized, and students will be encouraged to attend relevant performances in London, for which they will be prepared in class."

More information can be found in the attached job description.

Programme Coordinator

Programme: Ithaca College London Centre
Location: London
Posted: 03/05/2019 17:19:27
Expires: 30/06/2019
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Program Coordinator- Ithaca College 2019.pdf

Ithaca College is seeking to hire a Programme Coordinator to join its small team administering its long-established US study abroad programme in London. The position is for a fixed term to May 2020 in the first instance. Applications, including a CV and cover letter detailing the candidate's experience and suitability for the post, should be sent to [email protected] Ithaca College will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis until the end of June, but will appoint a suitable candidate at the first possible opportunity.

Only applicants with a right to work in the UK will be considered. Salary in the region of 25-27k depending on experience. See accompanying Job Description and Person Specification for further information.

Unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted.

Ithaca College is an equal opportunities employer

Adjunct Instructor Political Science

Programme: Syracuse University London
Location: London
Posted: 02/04/2019 12:21:06
Expires: 23/08/2019
Mailing Address: Dr Meghan Callahan
Syracuse University London
Faraday House48-51 Old Gloucester Street
London WC1N 3AE
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: JOB ADVERT PSC50 AMERICA A FOREIGN PERSPECTIVE.pdf

Syracuse University London is looking for an instructor for Fall 2019 for a political science course.

PSC350 America: A Foreign Perspective

This course encourages students to think critically about U.S. influence in world politics ? what it had been, what it could be. The course goes beyond a simple survey of positive/negative, pro-/anti-American views and instead delves into historical causes, looking broadly at U.S. foreign policy and the history of some of America?s foreign relations since the Second World War. Ultimately the course seeks to understand foreign perspectives on America as ?structures of feeling? ? some of which writer Suzy Hansen identifies as ?a broken heart, a defensive crouch, a hundred-year-old relationship, bewilderment that an enormous force controls your life but does not know or love you.? Where do such views and feelings about the U.S. come from? Why are most Americans ignorant about what the U.S. does beyond its borders? ?A foreign perspective? on America in this course refers to other countries and to those within America who may be alienated or excluded; to historical and political perspectives that critique dominant U.S. narratives and myths; to students themselves watching and considering the U.S. from abroad; and even to an internal unconscious that renders so many Americans ?strangers to themselves?.

This is an adjunct position for one semester, with the possibility of renewal in Spring 2020. Advanced PhD students are welcome to apply. The course meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:30-1:00, please consider this time slot when applying. Please email your cv and cover letter to Dr Meghan Callahan, Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning at [email protected]

Adjunct Instructor, Political Science

Programme: Syracuse University London
Location: London
Posted: 08/11/2018 14:27:37
Expires: 30/06/2019
Mailing Address: Dr Meghan Callahan
Faraday House
48-51 Old Gloucester Street
London
WC1N 3AE
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: JOB ADVERT POLISCI.docx

Syracuse University London is looking for an instructor for Fall 2019 for a political science course.

PSC315 Politics and Media: Mass Persuasion

This course investigates the power of news journalism to persuade audiences and shape public perception. It is designed especially for the study abroad context, examining global news as a form of mass persuasion about international politics, more than domestic politics or election campaigns. Understanding mass persuasion requires delving into the psychology of mass audiences and national cultures, and even into our own minds. It also requires looking critically at the industries and technologies of news journalism as vehicles for mass persuasion and analysing global news reporting to expose the most typical persuasive techniques used in shaping political views and values. Three categories comprise the main units of this course:
The minds of news consumers,
The industries of news production, and
The texts of news reporting.
Global political topics covered range from conflict and security, to development and inequality, and humanitarian aid and human rights. This course will likely raise many questions for students about their political identity and values, and how deeply they may be bound up with ideas about nation and national identity. Fundamentally, this is a course on political epistemology - how we know what we think we know about international politics and the part one's nation plays in it. Like travelling abroad, much of the work involves consistently putting oneself in the position of "the other," examining one's own assumptions from the outside looking in. This shifting of position, as we will see, also poses a challenge to the very notion of "objectivity," the supposed gold-standard of professional journalism. Is there a universal definition of what it means to be "objective"?

This is an adjunct position for one semester, with the possibility of renewal in Spring 2020. PhD students are welcome to apply. The course will meet Wednesdays 10-1, please consider this time when applying.

Please email your cv and cover letter to Dr Meghan Callahan, Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning at [email protected] by 30 June 2019.