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Lecturer - Independent and Distance Learning (IDL)

Education & Society - School of Education

Location:  Sunderland Campus
Salary:  £33,797 to £40,322 per annum
By annual incremental progression
Hours per Week:  37
Closing Date:  Friday 13 December 2019
Interview Date:  Monday 13 January 2020
Reference:  0329-19
Further details:    Job Description    

The University of Sunderland is in an exciting phase of its development with a new vision and redefined strategic ambitions designed to take advantage of the ever-changing higher education landscape at home and overseas. Our strategic plan 2016-2021 capitalises on our long and successful track-record of ‘life changing’, is ambitious and relevant for a 21st century global University.

This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the development of our Independent Distance Learning provision in the vibrant School of Education at The University of Sunderland and to contribute to the promotion of teaching, research and reach-out activities across the Faculty. You will join our creative team of teacher educators and contribute to our thriving partnership with education settings across the world.

The University of Sunderland is a nationally and internationally recognised for the calibre of our Independent Distance Learning (IDL.) Programmes encompass, PGCE Education, PGCE Early Years Teaching, primary, secondary and post-16 phases and include all subject specialist areas. Recent additions to our IDL provision in the School include PG Cert SENCO and PG Cert Leading Provision in SEND. Our portfolio also includes three IDL Masters programmes.

The role holder will work within our Education team across a range of Independent Distance Learning (IDL) Modules, contribute to the wider developments of your specialist area/s and engage in on line student support. Contributing to subject teaching and curriculum development of designated modules and programmes, you will lead on/contribute to pedagogical practices in IDL Education.

The role holder is required to be qualified to Masters Level with Qualified Teacher Status.

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Please note that this role is not eligible for Tier 2 sponsorship in accordance with the Home Office Points Based Immigration System.  Should you therefore require further information, please visit the Home Office website

The University of Sunderland is proud to be an equal opportunities employer, treating all applicants equally and ensuring recruitment is based on merit. However we particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are underrepresented within the University of Sunderland at this level/in this area.

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