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Senior Teaching Fellow (Course Director)

Full time, permanent position | £42,149 - £50,296 per annum

An exciting opportunity exists to join the Warwick Foundation Studies department in the role of Senior Teaching Fellow and Course Director for our STEM IFP routes (comprising Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Science, Engineering and Biosciences and Psychology).

Our academic programmes are designed to support students' academic, English Language and extracurricular development to access and excel on undergraduate level programmes at the University of Warwick and other leading UK institutions.

You will have a track record of delivering high-quality level 3/4 teaching, that is, engaging and innovative evidence-based learning and teaching practice. You will be well versed in developing and maintaining effective professional relationships with academic and professional services colleagues and will have the ability to lead a diverse curriculum team in growing area of strategic importance to the university.

This position is an excellent opportunity to be part of a growing and vibrant department at Warwick dedicated to developing and delivering high quality learning and teaching and high levels of student satisfaction.

We will provide you with a great range of benefits, including an attractive pension scheme, 30 days’ holiday plus Christmas closure and outstanding learning and development opportunities. The department also operates a generous funding programme, whereby colleagues have the opportunity to apply for up to 100% of the course fees for a postgraduate qualification related to their discipline.

The department values diversity, aims to challenge discrimination, and promotes equality in relation to our students and staff, our teaching practices, curricula, and research. We are committed to supporting all staff to achieve their full potential. The University of Warwick holds Athena SWAN silver award, and the department has an Athena Swan bronze award, a national initiative that recognises the advancement of gender equality, representation, progression, and success for all, including groups under-represented, in academia. We are supportive of staff with caring responsibilities including a generous maternity/paternity/adoption/parental leave policy, onsite childcare facilities, and the childcare vouchers scheme.

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Key Dates

Application Deadline: Sunday 14 Nov 2021

Interview Dates: 22 and 23 November 2021

Sessional Tutor (Mathematics)

0.5FTE | Fixed-term until March 2022 | £18.55p

We are looking for a part-time Teaching Fellow to support the delivery of our mathematics-based modules delivered on the Warwick International Foundation Programme (IFP). The Warwick IFP is designed to provide students with the academic, English for Academic Purposes and inquiry and research skills necessary to succeed on some of Warwick's most prestigious degree courses.

Students from over 40 countries each year join the Warwick IFP to bridge between the end of their high school and the start of their degree. Our mathematics and statistics route includes modules in Pure Mathematics, Statistics and Further Mathematics, Scientific Programming and Mathematical Modelling and Introduction to Interdisciplinary Mathematics (Half Module).

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Interested candidates should send a C.V. and cover letter (of no more than 2 sides of A4) to wfs at warwick dot ac dot uk

Key Dates

Application Deadline: 26 October 2021

Interview Dates: TBC

Teaching Fellow (Mathematics)

Full-time | Fixed-term until July 2023 | £31,406 to £40,927 per annum

An exciting opportunity exists to join the Warwick Foundation Studies department in the role of Teaching Fellow on our mathematics-based modules. With over 35 years of experience in the pre-university sector, Warwick Foundation Studies has successfully enabled thousands of students from across the globe to kick-start their university studies.

Our academic programmes are designed to support students' academic, English Language and extracurricular development to access and excel on undergraduate level programmes at the University of Warwick and other leading UK institutions.

You will have a track record of delivering high quality level 3/4 teaching, that is, engaging and innovative evidence-based learning and teaching practice.

This position is an excellent opportunity to be part of a growing and vibrant department at Warwick dedicated to developing and delivering high quality learning and teaching and high levels of student satisfaction.

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Role Description and Application Portal

Key Dates

Application Deadline: 2 November 2021

Interview Dates: TBC