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Lecturers in Business & Economics

Programme: NU.in London (& various)
Location: London
Posted: 31/03/2020 10:21:19
Expires: 28/04/2020
Mailing Address: New College of the Humanities
19 Bedford Square
URL: https://share.hsforms.com/1p3G6XPo_QD-X7V9aRnSTYQ2peji

Job Description: Economics and Business 2020-21.pdf

New College of the Humanities wishes to appoint full-time Lecturers in the areas of Business and Economics, teaching first year (level 4) undergraduates on student mobility programmes from our partner institution, Northeastern University.

- Mathematics / Statistics / Quantitative Methods (1 full-time position available)
- Microeconomics (1 full-time position available)
- Business and Management (2 full-time positions available)

Please see the attached job description for full details.

Programme Director (Student Mobility Programmes)

Programme: NU.in London (& various)
Location: London
Posted: 31/03/2020 09:45:50
Expires: 17/04/2020
Mailing Address: New College of the Humanities
19 Bedford Square
URL: https://share.hsforms.com/1p3G6XPo_QD-X7V9aRnSTYQ2peji

Job Description: JD - Programme Director.pdf

The Programme Director will be responsible for the academic oversight, running and coordination of our student mobility programmes, including responsibility for academic quality of provision of the programme(s).

The larger programme focus, The N.U.in Program, is a 14 week long programme which offers first year Northeastern students the opportunity to take a range of experiential courses over a variety of subjects and to have an international experience. The programme runs in several countries, including England.

Other NU programmes at NCH include a one semester long programme which focuses on experiential learning, and a two semester programme providing students with an opportunity to study in the UK before progressing their studies in Boston.

See the attached job description for full details.

Residence Life Manager

Programme: New College of the Humanities
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 25/02/2020 22:00:40
Expires: 13/04/2020
URL: https://share.hsforms.com/1p3G6XPo_QD-X7V9aRnSTYQ2peji

Job Description: JD - Residence Life Manager.pdf

The Residence Life Manager is responsible in administering and supervising the operation of the student residential experience across the residential locations throughout London. The person in this role will ensure a positive, healthy, and safe living/learning environment for students. Working closely with staff from the partner institution, the primary purpose of this role is to develop and maintain an environment conducive to social and intellectual growth as well as the academic success of the students.

This position's responsibilities include: ongoing student development activities, staff supervision, housing and occupancy administration, student conduct, mediation and educator of policies, and emergency response.

See the attached job description for full details of the role.

Timetabling Officer

Programme: New College of the Humanities
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 20/02/2020 12:59:29
Expires: 26/04/2020
URL: https://share.hsforms.com/1p3G6XPo_QD-X7V9aRnSTYQ2peji

Job Description: JD - Timetabling Officer.pdf

This role would suit a student services administrator who is looking to move into timetabling administration, or a timetabler with limited experienced looking to progress in this area.

This role has administrative responsibilities toward the preparation and maintenance of the College?s timetable. To ensure the production of a timely and accurate timetable across a suite of programmes, such as study abroad (one or two semester), undergraduate degree and postgraduate degrees.

This role requires excellent organisational ability in all aspects of planning and timetabling production and works closely and collaboratively with departments across the College.

Please see the job description for full details of the role.

Residence Life Officer

Programme: New College of the Humanities
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 18/02/2020 23:34:22
Expires: 13/04/2020
URL: https://share.hsforms.com/1p3G6XPo_QD-X7V9aRnSTYQ2peji

Job Description: JD - Residence Life Officer.pdf

The Residence Life team are responsible in administering and supervising the operation of the student residential experience across the residential locations throughout London. Residence Life roles will ensure a positive, healthy, and safe living/learning environment for students. Working closely with staff from NCH and the partner institution, the primary purpose of this team is to develop and maintain an environment conducive to social and intellectual growth as well as the academic success of the students.

The responsibilities may include, some or all the following: ongoing student development activities, housing and occupancy administration, student conduct administration, mediation and educator of policies, and emergency response.

Please see the attached job description for full details.