The International Pathway College (IPC) seeks to appoint a part-time in Mathematics/ Statistics tutor to teach on our redesigned Foundation Certificate (level 3) programme. This is an exciting opportunity for a creative individual to contribute to the success of our new programmes. Reporting to the Subject Area Lead for Science, your key responsibilities will include delivering lectures and seminars, setting and marking assessments and providing feedback and support to our international students. The appointment is subject to satisfactory references and a DBS check.
The IPC provides new routes for non-European Union students to access the transformational higher education programmes of the University of York. The IPC offers high quality programmes designed, academically led, taught and managed by the University of York. The college had in excess of 300 full-time students in 2018-19, with greater numbers expected in the future. This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding candidate to support the IPC at this important stage in its development.
• Undergraduate or postgraduate degree in Mathematics/ Statistics.
• Appropriate postgraduate teaching qualification (e.g. PGCE).
• Experience of teaching Mathematics/ Statistics modules at level 3 and to international students.
The University of York is a highly successful institution with a strong commitment to excellence in research and in teaching and learning. A member of the prestigious Russell Group of top UK universities, York is a dynamic research-intensive university which is experiencing ongoing growth, as it has done so for the past ten years. The University has secured national and international recognition for its academic excellence as evidenced by the latest QS World University Rankings.
For more information about this position, please email the Subject Area Lead for Science, Dr Ben Flowerdew (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This post is available on a fixed term basis from 23 September 2019 – 6 May 2020.
The hours for this post are as follows:
23 September 2019 – 5 January 2020, 9.25 hours a week, 0.25 FTE
6 January 2020 – 8 May 2020, 30.34 hours a week, 0.82 FTE
The interview will take place on 9 September 2019.
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