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Hourly Paid Lecturer - Mathematics, Statistics and Numeracy

Learning & Innovation

Location:  Hendon
Starting Salary:  Basic rate £20.70 per hour (including outer London weighting)
Date Posted:  Thursday 18 November 2021
Closing Date:  Tuesday 07 December 2021
Reference:  LIBHP1
Job Details:    Job Description     MDX CV-Format-Academic     Equal Opps Form    

The Learning Enhancement Team at Middlesex University is currently looking for an experienced teacher of mathematics, statistics and numeracy (MSN) to work with us as a part-time hourly-paid lecturer. 
The focus of the role will be to support undergraduate students (whose main subject of study is not mathematics or statistics) though the curation and development of online learning materials, through embedded lectures, workshops and seminars, and the provision of one-to-one advice.

Applicants should have
•       a relevant postgraduate qualification relevant to MSN
•       experience of mathematics, statistics and numeracy support and teaching
•       experience of delivering embedded mathematics, statistics and numeracy classes / courses on university degree programmes, including relevant materials design
•       experience of development of online learning materials

This post will include both online and on campus teaching and support so applicants must be able to travel into our Hendon campus.

Appointments are for no more than 24 weeks per year, depending on need, and appointees have the option of joining the university’s pension scheme. 

Hourly rates are on a scale depending on the type of activity, with teaching generally paid at the enhanced rate.

We particularly welcome applications from people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds to join the team. All recruitment decisions will be based on merit. 

We are members of Athena SWAN, the Race Equality Charter, Stonewall Workplace Equality Index and Disability Confident. We are committed to improving employment opportunities for underrepresented groups.

We have made a positive commitment to employing disabled people and guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum essential criteria for the role as set out in the role profile.

To apply please submit a CV (using the University’s template under Additional Information),  equal opportunities form (using the University’s template under Additional Information) and a covering letter explaining how you meet the requirements of this role (as set out in the person specification of the Job Description) and send them to: stating the job reference number in the title of your email.


For more information please contact Cathy Malone.

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