Job offer in england Associate Lecturers – Business and Management at University of the West of England, Bristol

Do you have industry or lecturing experience in the field of business and management? Are you looking to gain some experience in lecturing students studying on degree programmes? If so, then this might be the perfect opportunity for you!

UWE Bristol is an ambitious University and one of our recent achievements includes being given a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) which is the Government’s higher education ranking system, so this is a great time to join an award winning university and become part of our success story. In return you can gain/build upon your lecturing experience and this is an opportunity for you to build links with a vibrant university community.

We are looking for individuals with the ability to support the teaching and assessment of a variety of modules across the department, particularly for those with subject knowledge of the following areas:

  •  Human Resource Management
  •  Organisation Studies
  •  Marketing
  •  International Business
  •  Strategic Management
  •  Operations Management
  •  Enterprise

As an Associate Lecturer you will contribute towards the teaching and marking primarily at an undergraduate level, although some opportunities may arise for contributions at postgraduate level.

This work will be offered on a flexible and part time basis as agreed with the Associate Head of Department.

The rate of pay is £16.87 – £20.13 per hour (based on experience) on our G grade lecturing pay scale.

This is a temporary part-time role, to take up teaching duties from September 2018.

To apply please send expressions of interest with a CV and cover letter to

Key selection criteria:

Suitable candidates will have the following:

  • An undergraduate degree in a relevant subject area or professional equivalent qualification
  • Ability to demonstrate a commitment to teaching
  • Experience of teaching in a relevant field
  • Experience of working with a diverse range of people
  • The ability to communicate and negotiate effectively with students and colleagues
  • Preparedness to be flexible and co-operative in approach