Posted: 9 August, 2021
Organization: University of Sunderland
Lecturer in Community and Youth Work Studies (Applied Studies)
Education & Society - School of Social Sciences
|Salary:||£33,797 to £40,322 per annum|
|By annual incremental progression|
|Hours per Week:||37|
|Closing Date:||Friday 13 August 2021|
|Further details:||Job Description|
We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and highly skilled Lecturer in Community and Youth Work Studies to join our Applied Studies team. We are a friendly, progressive and professional team with an excellent reputation for providing high quality teaching and learning and student support. The successful candidate will contribute to our undergraduate Community and Youth Work Studies programme, as well as to the new MA in Childhood and Youth Studies and associated programmes. The role will involve module leadership, teaching and assessment, student supervision/support and curriculum development. You will support activities across the Applied Studies team and contribute to the research profile of the School of Social Sciences within the Faculty of Education and Society by engaging in the School’s strong research culture.
Applications are invited from candidates who have JNC qualified Youth Worker status, a strong track record of working with young people and communities and a commitment to high quality teaching in a Higher Education environment. Experience in Community Development is also desirable.
Candidates should be qualified to at least Masters level and have teaching experience in the HE sector. A teaching qualification and/ or HEA fellowship are also desirable. You will contribute to the promotion of teaching, research and reach-out activities across the Faculty of Education and Society and particularly the School of Social Sciences.
The University of Sunderland is in an exciting phase of development; our Strategic Plan 2020-2025 sets out a clear statement that is ambitious and relevant for a 21st Century global University. Students are placed at the heart of everything the we do and our widening participation record is testimony to our long-running work to raise aspirations and promote social inclusion within the North East region.
If you hold the skills, qualifications and experience we are looking for, we would love to hear from you.
For further information about the post or an informal discussion please contact Sarah Beck, Team Leader, Applied Studies Team, via email email@example.com.