Advanced Practice Academic Coordinator (Ulster PG)

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62664
Talent pool
Delivery - Academic
Location
London
Salary
Competitive financial package plus benefits
Closing date
30/09/2019
Description

Academic Coordinator Advanced Practice Postgraduate Pathway

QA Higher Education London OR Birmingham based  

Fulltime & Permanent Opportunity New Role      

Q Are you as passionate about Higher Education teaching and our student experience as we are?

A If so, we are looking for an engaging and committed HE Lecturer who ideally has some experience of work placements to organise internships and student consultancy projects …..Ready to find out more?          

A little more about the role: As our Advanced Practice Academic Coordinator with super organisational and planning skills, you will allocate our Advanced Practice Students on Ulster University Postgraduate courses to academic supervisors for Advanced Practice modules. You will be able to identify gaps in supervisors, identifying recruitment needs and assist with workshops (staff and student) related to our Advanced Practice Pathway. You would also work collaboratively with Academic teams, Careers Teams, Employers and our University Partner to ensure the smooth running of students internships and the live case study consultancy projects that our Advanced Practice Students would be conducting To support the student and academic staff, you will be able to develop and maintain administrative processes and records regarding the coordination of the programme. To keep your lecturing skills current, you will be allocated a smaller number of teaching hours. Your excellent stakeholder management skills will play a vital part in the successful of our new role. 

What you’ll get up to:

Allocate Advanced Practice students to relevant academic supervisors for Advanced Practice Modules

Create a database of Advanced Practice supervisors, building up a profile of their specialisms and interests to assist with the allocation of supervisors to students

Plan, prepare, teach/deliver workshops related to Advanced Practice modules, both for staff and students

Liaise with the relevant Course Managers and Associate Deans as well as other QAHE teams, particular the Compliance, Careers and Programme Administration teams, regarding structure and support for Advanced Practice Students. 

Provide guidance, support and tutorship for student groups, academic staff and individuals as appropriate.

Meet partnership and internal quality assurance processes in relation to programmes

Develop and grow relationships with partnership organisations.

Develop initiatives to enhance the Advanced Practice experience and outcomes for both staff and students.

Deliver teaching and effective management of QAHE modules where required.

Supervise students when required

Our perks:

You’ll work hard and do great things for our learners so we’ll make sure your efforts and achievements are well-rewarded with an attractive perks package.

Core Benefits

25 days holiday rising to 28 plus bank holidays of course

4% pension contribution

Life Assurance of 4 x annual salary

Something a little extra

Holiday buying – up to an additional 5 days

Cycle to work scheme

3 QA Training Days on a subject of your choice

2 Charity Days

Season rail ticket loan scheme

Corporate gym rates

What you’ll bring to the team:

Applicants should have suitable and relative HE teaching experience and should hold a Master’s degree or equivalent in a relevant subject area. PhD holders with current publications are welcomed. A teaching qualification and membership of the HEA would be advantageous. Experience with working on student placements/internships would be desirable.

A little more about us:

At QAHE you will be surrounded by staff who love teaching and prioritise the student experience. We specialise in teaching as our main focus and ensuring a good experience for the learner is the number one priority for the team.

Perhaps the most significant difference visible on campus is that traditional universities tend to be quite empty (of academic staff) as lecturers spend much less time in the office. There is a friendly and supportive atmosphere here at QAHE with typically far more team-working, promoted in part by more regular staff attendance on campus and in the staff offices.

Some potential candidates will find this, and the emphasis on teaching rather than research, very attractive.

We power the success of tomorrow – shaping the next generation of technologists, leaders and innovators.

On top of that? We’re ambitious – we hold ourselves to high standards and set ambitious targets. The result? We’ve grown revenue by over 300% in the last decade. So there’s plenty of opportunity for you to fulfil your career potential with us.

Apply now – here’s how!  

Simply hit the apply button. But if you want to know more or have any questions, please call Michaela on 01753 898671

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