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Monday, 24 February 2020 16:52

Lectors in Modern Foreign Languages (Spanish, French and Mandarin), University of Portsmouth

The University of Portsmouth is seeking to appoint outstanding Lectors in Modern Foreign Languages (Spanish, French and Mandarin) to join our teaching team.

The School believes it is essential that students benefit from an excellent learning experience. This starts with high quality research informed teaching by staff with excellent interdisciplinary expertise. Staff utilise their skills and specialist knowledge to expand the learning environment to beyond that of a classroom. The School invests in and engages with current technology to support learning.

The School prides itself on the excellent support provided to all of its students. Students can access wide-ranging dedicated academic guidance and pastoral support to enable them to be successful and enjoy their studies.

If you believe, you have the skills, aptitude and motivation to make a positive contribution to our teaching team we would like to hear from you.

The successful candidate should normally have completed a first degree in a recognised Higher Education institution in a country whose language is Spanish. A qualification in teaching the language to speakers of other languages is desirable. The appointee will be expected to undertake a range of duties appropriate to their qualifications and experience. These duties are likely to include language tuition, language tutorials, assisting with the drafting, invigilation and marking of assessments, producing teaching materials in the relevant language under appropriate supervision, and engaging in extracurricular activities.

Working week is 4 days/30.33 hours with up to 18 hours teaching.

Deadline for applications: 13 March 2020

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