Lecturer (Teaching & Scholarship) in English for Academic Purposes
Leeds, United Kingdom
ID: 7116844 (Ref.No. AHCLC1195)
Posted: November 28, 2022
Do you have recent substantial experience in English for Academic Purposes? Are you passionate about teaching and delivering an exceptional student experience? Are you actively engaged in scholarship? Are you committed to innovation in teaching?
As Lecturer in English for Academic Purposes (EAP), you will develop and deliver engaging teaching within our large portfolio of programmes in academic language, discourse and literacy. The Language Centre (LC) at the University of Leeds teaches students from all levels: Foundation through to PhD, both in pathway programmes for students prior to beginning their degree studies, and on-course programmes. Leeds is on the forefront of the trend for embedded EAP, including twelve discipline-specific summer pre-sessional programmes, and growing numbers of LC staff seconded into academic departments during the academic year. This role will involve working closely with colleagues from Business and / or STEM disciplines, developing EAP provision and teaching students based at the University of Leeds.
You will have a scholarship profile which reflects your career stage. With scholarship time a part of every Lecturer in EAP’s workload allocation, the LC boasts a large range of projects, with outputs including publications whether in national and international journals or our own online journal, The Language Scholar. Unique to Leeds is the degree of close working between language teaching professionals across all languages, with ample opportunity to work with colleagues in the wider School, and access to the resources and ambition of the largest school of languages in the UK.
To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact:
Bee Bond, Deputy Director, email: [email protected]
|Leeds - Main Campus
|Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Cultures
|School of Languages, Cultures and Societies
|£43,414 to £51,805 p.a.
|Friday 25 November 2022
|Thursday 08 December 2022
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