Cookies on AASAP/UK

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to recieve all cookies on the AASAP/UK website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time.

Member Job Postings

The following job postings are from members of AASAP/UK

If you are a member and would like to submit a job please login to the services area.

Programme Manager

Programme: AIFS Abroad
Location: London, UK
Posted: 12/07/2024 15:53:52
Expires: 09/08/2024
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Programme Manager - July 24.pdf

AIFS Abroad has a vacancy for a Programme Manager in its London Global Education Centre. The primary function of the role is to take responsibility for the planning and effective delivery of a range of customised study abroad programmes within a portfolio of locations to agreed standards and within agreed budgets.

Programme Managers oversee a range of customised programs for various US institutions, working closely with both faculty on program design that meets academic goals and our location teams for program delivery, exercising appropriate control over budgets and program quality, maintaining a high level of customer service to both visiting faculty and their students.

The portfolio of programmes is to be determined based on the successful candidate, but fluency or working knowledge of Italian, French or Spanish would be welcomed.

Please send a current CV and covering letter detailing your suitability for the role to [email protected] by Friday, August 9, 2024.

Applicants must be able to provide documentary evidence of their eligibility to work in the UK.

AIFS UK Ltd is committed to building and sustaining an inclusive, diverse, and equitable working and learning environment for all students, staff, and faculty and we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

CIEE London Course Instructor: Internship Seminar

Programme: Open Campus
Location: London
Posted: 12/07/2024 13:04:44
Expires: 12/08/2024
Mailing Address: 46-47 Russell Square, WC1B 4JP, London, United Kingdom
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CIEE Course Instructor JD Internship Seminar.pdf

The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is seeking an instructor to teach an in-person course entitled Internship Seminar, for the CIEE Open Campus Block III program over the upcoming Fall.

Course description

Course instruction takes place on Wednesdays from 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm over a 6 week period. Each course comprises 2.5 contact hours per week of in person teaching. Our instructors also provide one office hour per week where they are available to meet students.

Course dates: 11 November 2024 - 21 December 2024
Days: Wednesday
Times: 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

To apply, please submit a covering letter and CV to CIEE London Academic Director, Dr Leigh Lawrence at [email protected].

CIEE London Course Instructor: General Psychology

Programme: First Year Abroad
Location: London
Posted: 11/07/2024 10:44:38
Expires: 11/08/2024
Mailing Address: 46-47 Russell Square, WC1B 4JP, London United Kingdom
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CIEE JD Course Instructor General Psychology.pdf

The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is seeking an instructor to teach an in-person course entitled General Psychology, for the CIEE First Year Abroad Block III program over the upcoming Fall.

Course description

Course instruction takes place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 09:00 am - 11:30 am in 2.5 hour blocks per teaching day over a 6 week period. Each course comprises 45 contact hours or a total of 16 class sessions, encompassing lectures at the CIEE London Centre and co-curricular excursions. Our instructors also provide one office hour per week where they are available to meet students.

Course dates: 11 November 2024 - 21 December 2024
Times: 09:00 am - 11:30 am

To apply, please submit a covering letter and CV to CIEE London Academic Director, Dr Leigh Lawrence at [email protected].

CIEE London Course Instructor: Strategic Management

Programme: Open Campus
Location: London
Posted: 10/07/2024 11:10:11
Expires: 10/08/2024
Mailing Address: 46-47 Russell Square, WC1B 4JP, London, United Kingdom
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CIEE Course Instructor Strategic Management.pdf

The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is seeking an instructor to teach an in-person course entitled Strategic Management, for the CIEE Open Campus program over the upcoming Fall.

Course description

Course instruction takes place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 09:00 am - 11:30 am in 2.5 hour blocks per teaching day over a 6 week period. Each course comprises 45 contact hours or a total of 16 class sessions, encompassing lectures at the CIEE London Centre and co-curricular excursions. Our instructors also provide one office hour per week where they are available to meet students.

Course dates: 30 September, 2024 - 9 November, 2024
Times: 09:00 am - 11:30 am

To apply, please submit a covering letter and CV to CIEE London Academic Director, Dr Leigh Lawrence at [email protected].

CIEE London Course Instructor: Social Psychology

Programme: Open Campus
Location: London
Posted: 10/07/2024 11:04:37
Expires: 10/08/2024
Mailing Address: 46-47 Russell Square. WC1B 4JP, London. United Kingdom
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CIEE Course Instructor Social Psychology.pdf

The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is seeking an instructor to teach an in-person course entitled Social Psychology, for the CIEE Open Campus program over the upcoming Fall.

Course instruction takes place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm in 2.5 hour blocks per teaching day over a 6 week period. Each course comprises 45 contact hours or a total of 16 class sessions, encompassing lectures at the CIEE London Centre and co-curricular excursions. Our instructors also provide one office hour per week where they are available to meet students.

Course dates: 30 September, 2024 - 9 November, 2024
Times: 3:00 pm -5:30 pm

To apply, please submit a covering letter and CV to CIEE London Academic Director, Dr Leigh Lawrence at [email protected].

Programme Assistant

Programme: University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC)
Location: London
Posted: 09/07/2024 13:19:52
Expires: 19/07/2024
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: JD Program Assistant.pdf

Established in 1982, USAC is a non-profit, university-based study abroad organisation headquartered in the U.S. USAC is seeking a Program Assistant for its programs in England. The part-time Program Assistant will accompany students and the Resident Director on field trips and activities in London and throughout the U.K., and support the work of USAC England?s Resident Director. This position will be London based, and most of the Program Assistant?s work will be done in the field or from home.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provide support to the Resident Director during welcome, orientation, and farewell activities.
- Support the Resident Director in delivering an engaging programme of field trips and activities for USAC?students by accompanying the Resident Director and students on these excursions.
- Contribute to field trip programming (e.g. socialising with students and encouraging student participation or facilitating ice-breaker activities and trivia quizzes).
- Assist the Resident Director in addressing and managing perceived and actual risks or student?emergencies that may occur during field trips and activities.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Resident Director.

QUALIFICATIONS
- Strong organisational skills
- Strong time management skills
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- High-level of enthusiasm and positivity, especially during day-long field trips and activities
- Ability to work independently and in collaboration with the Resident Director
- Familiarity with the U.S. system of higher education and needs of U.S. university students (preferred)
- Background in programming and/or event coordination for university students (preferred)
- Background in study abroad or international education (preferred)
- Applicants should have the right to live and work in the U.K.

APPLICATION DETAILS
Please submit a letter of interest (no longer than one page) and current CV by Friday, 19th July 2024. Applications will be considered until a suitable candidate is found.

Lecturer, Biology / Astrobiology

Programme: CEA CAPA Education Abroad
Location: London, UK
Posted: 02/07/2024 18:00:35
Expires: 17/07/2024
Mailing Address: CEA CAPA Education Abroad,
146, Cromwell Road,
London,
SW7 4EF
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Biology, Astrobiology lecturer role description F24.pdf

CIEE London Course Instructor: World History II, Fall Block III 2024

Programme: First Year Abroad
Location: London
Posted: 01/07/2024 15:29:34
Expires: 01/08/2024
Mailing Address: 46-47 Russell Square WC1B 4JP London United Kingdom
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CIEE JD Course Instructor World History II.pdf

The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is seeking an instructor to teach an in-person course entitled World History II, for the CIEE First Year Abroad program over the upcoming Fall.

Course description

Course instruction takes place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in 2.5 hour blocks per teaching day over a 6 week period. Each course comprises 45 contact hours or a total of 16 class sessions, encompassing lectures at the CIEE London Centre and co-curricular excursions. Our instructors also provide one office hour per week where they are available to meet students.

Course dates: November 11, 2024 - December 21, 2024

To apply, please submit a covering letter and CV to CIEE London Academic Director, Dr Leigh Lawrence at [email protected].

CIEE London Course Instructor: General Psychology, Fall Block III 2024

Programme: First Year Abroad
Location: London
Posted: 01/07/2024 15:25:56
Expires: 01/08/2024
Mailing Address: 46-47 Russell Square WC1B 4JP London United Kingdom
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CIEE JD Course Instructor General Psychology.pdf

The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is seeking an instructor to teach an in-person course entitled General Psychology, for the CIEE First Year Abroad program over the upcoming Fall.

Course description

Course instruction takes place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in 2.5 hour blocks per teaching day over a 6 week period. Each course comprises 45 contact hours or a total of 16 class sessions, encompassing lectures at the CIEE London Centre and co-curricular excursions. Our instructors also provide one office hour per week where they are available to meet students.

Course dates: November 11, 2024 - December 21, 2024

To apply, please submit a covering letter and CV to CIEE London Academic Director, Dr Leigh Lawrence at [email protected].

CIEE London Course Instructor: Introduction to Political Science, Fall Block III 2024

Programme: First Year Abroad
Location: London
Posted: 01/07/2024 15:18:32
Expires: 01/08/2024
Mailing Address: 46-47 Russell Square WC1B 4JP London United Kingdom
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CIEE JD Course Instructor Introduction to Political Science (1).pdf

The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is seeking an instructor to teach an in-person course entitled Introduction to Political Science, for the CIEE First Year Abroad program over the upcoming Fall.

Course description

Course instruction takes place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in 2.5 hour blocks per teaching day over a 6 week period. Each course comprises 45 contact hours or a total of 16 class sessions, encompassing lectures at the CIEE London Centre and co-curricular excursions. Our instructors also provide one office hour per week where they are available to meet students.

Course dates: November 11, 2024 - December 21, 2024

To apply, please submit a covering letter and CV to CIEE London Academic Director, Dr Leigh Lawrence at [email protected].

CIEE London Course Instructor: General Chemistry (Lab Course), Fall Block II 2024

Programme: First Year Abroad
Location: London
Posted: 01/07/2024 15:10:21
Expires: 01/08/2024
Mailing Address: 46-47 Russell Square WC1B 4JP London United Kingdom
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: CIEE JD Course Instructor General Chemistry I (Lab Course).pdf

The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is seeking an instructor to teach an in-person course entitled General Chemistry, for the CIEE First Year Abroad program over the upcoming Fall.

Course description

Course instruction takes place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in 2.5 hour blocks per teaching day over a 6 week period. Each course comprises 45 contact hours or a total of 16 class sessions, encompassing lectures at the CIEE London Centre and co-curricular excursions. Our instructors also provide one office hour per week where they are available to meet students.

Course dates: September 30, 2024 - November 9, 2024

To apply, please submit a covering letter and CV to CIEE London Academic Director, Dr Leigh Lawrence at [email protected].

Collaborative Programs Officer

Programme: Arcadia University The College of Global Studies
Location: London
Posted: 26/06/2024 09:56:40
Expires: 15/07/2024
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: Collaborative Programs Officer - June 2024.pdf

The College of Global Studies (the study abroad division of Arcadia University, USA) is seeking candidates for the role of Collaborative Programs Officer. This role is part of the Administrative team at the Arcadia University London Center in Holborn which provides a comprehensive range of support services and extra-curricular opportunities for around 1000 students per year, from over 200 schools in the US, on over 30 different programs in England & Wales.
The Collaborative programs team work with specific partner US universities with whom we run bespoke programming to support a cohort of students in the Fall, Spring or Summer semesters. In some cases these groups may be accompanied by visiting faculty from their home campus, in others they may be unaccompanied and fit into our standard Center based academic programming. As well as providing general student and visiting faculty support, as outlined in the job description, the postholder will have responsibility for planning and delivering specific programs with the support of the wider college and London Center team.

The nature of the role means that some hours may need to be worked outside of standard officer hours with, some evenings and weekends during term time. Arcadia London operates a TOIL policy to compensate for weekend work and a hybrid working policy to enable staff to work from home as work allows.

Eligibility:

Applicants should have the right to work in the United Kingdom and be able to demonstrate the following qualifications, experience, skills and attributes.

Essential

First Degree
Ability to work as part of a team while managing a varied individual workload.
Excellent communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills
Organisational skills
Strong Numeracy skills
Proven ability to multi-task and prioritise, with excellent attention to detail
Proficiency in IT literacy
Demonstrable enthusiasm for study abroad and international education
No restriction on permission to work in the UK

Desired
Work experience of US and UK higher education systems
Good knowledge of London & the UK, an ability to engage with students about London and the UK

Lab Assistant

Programme: Verto Education
Location: London
Posted: 20/06/2024 16:02:16
Expires: 01/09/2024
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: LHR Lab Assistant JD.pdf

Teaching Assistant

Programme: Verto Education
Location: London
Posted: 20/06/2024 15:56:56
Expires: 01/09/2024
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: LHR Maths Teaching Assistant JD.pdf

Student Life Coordinator

Programme: Operations and Resourcing
Location: London
Posted: 18/06/2024 11:38:22
Expires: 14/07/2024

Job Description: Student-Life-Coordinator-JD-13062024.docx.pdf

The Student Life Coordinator will be responsible for delivering a range of student engagement activities to enhance the student experience.

They will provide detailed planning, organising, and delivery of welcome weeks, co-curricular and extra-curricular programs for students across all programmes.

The person in this role will help to create a learning community that contributes to the overall experience and success of students during their time in London.

Adjunct Instructor (Lecturer), Media and the Environment, Fordham University in London

Programme: Fordham University London
Location: Clerkenwell, London
Posted: 13/06/2024 14:56:07
Expires: 02/08/2024
Mailing Address: 2 Eyre Street Hill
London
EC1R 5ET
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://hr.breathehr.com/v/adjunct-instructor-lecturer-media-29837

Fordham University in London is seeking to appoint an adjunct instructor for a level four course titled Media and the Environment (COMC-4222) for the Fall 2024 semester - starting on 2 September 2024, and concluding on 13 December 2024, with a study break from 21-25 October, 2024.

This course focuses on the intersections between contemporary environmental issues, communication and media systems, culture and social change. It will explore the unique contributions that perspectives from communication and media theory can bring to the study of ?the environment? and ?the natural world?. It will also consider how these perspectives can inform actionable practices that aim to bolster long-term global environmental sustainability.

Course Objectives:

Articulate the landscape of environmental dilemmas that challenge society at local and global scales.
Critically analyse the role of media and communication in shaping public attitudes, values and behaviours related to human interaction with the natural world.
Gain an understanding of the interdisciplinary fields of research that investigate media and the environment.
Reflect upon the opportunities and obstacles that characterise social movements that work to encourage environmental social change.
Develop competencies for engaging in communication research, analysis and action that promote long-term environmental sustainability.

Successful candidates must be experienced and effective teachers, able to cater for the diverse student body and engage students in the subject matter.

It is expected that one section of this class will run in Fall 2024 and be taught on Thursday mornings, 10.00-13.00.

Approximately 600 students study each year at Fordham London from Fordham University?s Colleges at Rose Hill and the Lincoln Center and the Gabelli School of Business.

Main Duties

Teaching Media and the Environment.
Preparation of teaching materials for the course.
Providing updated syllabus and course pack/reader details by the required deadline.
Providing office hours either face-to-face or by email
Arranging/accompanying students on co-curricular trips, and inviting guest speakers where appropriate
Setting and administering examinations and others assessments ? setting examination questions, invigilation and marketing when required
Attendance at academic staff meetings (up to two per semester)

Required

Masters degree or equivalent professional experience in a related field
Relevant teaching experience in higher education and proven teaching effectiveness
Excellent communication skills and responsive to students and the administration

Desirable

PhD in a relevant field (or nearing completion)
Previous experience of teaching within US higher education
Research experience, publications and interests in the subject area

Person Specification
An individual who can develop effective working relationships with both academic and administrative staff.

All applicants must be able to lawfully accept employment in the UK. If you are not a UK citizen, please address your right to work in the UK in your covering letter.

Please apply online.


FORDHAM UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION INSTITUTION

Sessional Lecturer to teach Fundamentals of Finance

Programme: FIE London
Location: South Kensington SW7
Posted: 11/06/2024 12:23:31
Expires: 15/08/2024
Mailing Address: FIE Ltd.
Foundation House
114 Cromwell Road
London
SW7 4ES

Email: [email protected]
URL: https://www.fie.org.uk/about-us/employment?view=article&id=1096:sessional-lecturer-to-teach-fundamentals-of-finance-2024&catid=87:aboutus

Job Description: Fundamentals_of_Finance.pdf

FIE London is currently seeking to contract qualified, enthusiastic, and confident sessional instructors to teach the first-year undergraduate course in Fundamentals of Finance in autumn 2024.

The ideal instructor will have a relevant postgraduate degree, doctorate preferred, in a directly related field and have experience of teaching at the undergraduate level. Experience teaching American undergraduates at a range of levels is preferred as FIE classes are delivered to undergraduates from a variety of institutions, predominantly American universities. Faculty are responsible for all aspects of course preparation, teaching, and assessment.

Instructor in Political Science

Programme: FSU London
Location: 99 Great Russell Street London WC1B 3LH
Posted: 28/05/2024 09:31:01
Expires: 15/07/2024
Email: [email protected]

Job Description: advert re PolySci courses FA24.docx

Adjunct Professor/Lecturer - Digital Media and Advocacy, Fordham University in London

Programme: Fordham University London
Location: Clerkenwell, London
Posted: 15/05/2024 10:11:12
Expires: 02/08/2024
Mailing Address: 2 Eyre Hill Street
London
EC1R 5ET
Email: [email protected]
URL: https://hr.breathehr.com/v/adjunct-professor-lecturer-digital-35617

Job Description: Job Ad - Digital Media and Advocacy.docx.pdf

Fordham University in London is seeking to appoint an adjunct professor for a level three course in Communications and Media Studies (DTEM 3475) for the fall semester - starting on 2 September 2024 and concluding on 13 December with a study break on 21-25 October.

This course will focus on how two broad types of advocacy?social movements and campaigns?work in a digital age, and will help students develop skills that will apply to nonprofit advocacy, community organizing, electoral campaigning, and activism broadly speaking. Students will also develop a critical perspective on how activists, non-profit organizations, and political strategists develop
strategies to inform, persuade, and mobilize groups of people around an issue or cause.

This course will cover a range of practical tactics and strategies for using particular digital media platforms--from mundane tools like email and SMS to emerging social media--to impact political participation.

Course Objectives:
Understand and articulate how contemporary, digital social movements differ from and have evolved from traditional social movement theory.

Assess existing advocacy campaigns and movements strategies and tactics.

Evaluate and utilize frequently-used tools and tactics of digital advocacy to craft original campaigns.

Successful candidates must be experienced and effective teachers, able to cater for the diverse student body and engage students in the subject matter so that they are fully prepared for their journey through the bachelor degree. Teaching is in weekly three hour blocks. In Fall 2024 it will be taught on a Wednesday morning, 10am-1pm.

Approximately 600 students study each year at Fordham London from Fordham University?s School of Arts & Science and the Gabelli School of Business.

Main Duties
Teaching Digital Media and Advocacy
Preparation of teaching materials for the course
Providing updated syllabus and course pack/reader details by the required deadline
Providing academic advising either face-to-face or by email
Arranging/accompanying students on co-curricular trips, and inviting guest speakers where appropriate
Setting and administering examinations and others assessments ? setting examination questions, invigilation and marketing when required
Attendance at academic staff meetings (up to two per semester)

Required
Master?s degree or equivalent professional experience in a related field
Relevant teaching experience in higher education and proven teaching effectiveness
Excellent communication skills and responsive to students and the administration

Desirable
PhD in a relevant field (or nearing completion)
Previous experience of teaching within US higher education
Research experience, publications and interests in the subject area

Person Specification
An individual who can develop effective working relationships with both academic and administrative staff. All applicants must be able to lawfully accept employment in the UK. If you are not a UK citizen, please address your right to work in the UK in your covering letter.

Please see job description for more information.