Do you want to work at DMU as an Undergraduate Learning and Teaching Consultant?


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DMU has created a new post of Undergraduate Learning and Teaching Consultant. This is an exciting opportunity to look at the current experience of undergraduate students in relation to teaching, learning and assessment.

It’s open to applications from all current undergraduate students at DMU.

We are aiming to recruit one consultant per academic school/department in the 2018-19 academic year. This paid role will enable successful applicants to work for up to 50 hours, to be done between January and May 2019.

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About the role

The duties and responsibilities include:

  1. To carry out research with students and staff into the experience of undergraduate students at DMU.
  2. To support the delivery of the co-creation strand of the University Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy 2018-2023.
  3. To work collaboratively with colleagues including academic staff in the relevant school/department, the Associate Professor for Student Experience, staff in the new Centre for Academic Innovation and staff in the office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Academic.
  4. To draft briefing papers and present ideas on agreed areas of investigation.
  5. To undertake relevant training in accordance with the requirements of the role.
  6. To promote the Undergraduate Learning and Teaching Consultant role to students and staff.

For more information and to apply, please go to the Unitemps website.

The closing date for applications is Friday 30 November.

Posted on Friday 16th November 2018

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