Arden University is a growing organisation delivering online only and blended study options to students studying towards undergraduate degrees and master’s. We have study centres in numerous locations across the UK, as well as a centre in Berlin, and a head office based in Coventry.
This is a freelance role teaching in our Manchester study centre.
The School of Supply Chain and Logistics Management is developing a portfolio of Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes in Supply Chain and Logistics Management.
As such we are looking for Associate Lecturers to support the provision of development and delivery of our BSc Supply Chain and MSc Supply Chain Management programmes. About You Ideally you will have previous experience of teaching Supply Chain and Logistics Management or be able to demonstrate significant industry experience and are looking to develop your career in Higher Education.
You will be teaching on our BSc Supply Chain and Logistics Management and MSc Supply Chain and Logistics Management programmes.
About Arden University
At Arden University our vision is to make education more accessible, engaging and beneficial to people everywhere. It is an exciting period for the University as we continue with our transformation and development programme, driving an industry-leading learner experience and further developing our innovative ‘compressed-blended’ full time degrees across 5 campus locations.
We are ambitious in our growth plans, and have just set out our 5 year strategy, which involves developing new courses, expanding into more countries across the globe and continuing to provide our students with a first-class education experience, accessible in a flexible and convenient way.
We are a value driven organisation, and in line with our values of supportiveness, integrity, pioneering spirit, collective energy and empowerment, we want to make sure that each of our study centres is delivering an outstanding student experience that is completely aligned to our brand promise, whilst providing a tailored and personalised experience reflective of the local needs and culture of the student and staff profile.
We pride ourselves on the relationships we build with our students, supporting them realise their potential. We recognise that the pressures of people’s hectic, modern lives often mean our students are constrained - by location, cost, family/caring commitments or simply time.
By making our degrees, masters and MBA programmes available through both online distance learning and flexible on-campus ‘blended’ study, we have been able to support students ranging from 18 to 80 years old to achieve their ambitions and benefit from Higher Education.
This is an exciting time to join a University that represents the future of Higher Education.
You will be required to deliver in person teaching 2 days per week, per module, from either 9am-1pm, or 1:30pm – 5:30pm dependant on the requirements.
Please note, on both days worked, you will deliver teaching with students being both on site and accessing your class virtually via Zoom (restriction dependant).
Please outline in your application your availability to deliver teaching.
This is a freelance role.
As a suitable applicant you will be able to demonstrate you hold a British passport or have a valid right to work permit.