Doing a PhD? Want experience in teaching? And elearning? Read on!

Manchester Leadership Programme is recruiting eTutors for 2016/17

The Manchester Leadership Programme is keen to hear from current PhD students who are interested in joining our pool of eTutors for 2016/17.

eTutors are responsible for tutoring groups of approximately 25 undergraduate students, leading online discussion groups, conducting face-to-face tutorials and assessing students’ work. Tutors are employed on a semester by semester basis and working hours average 5 hours per week. For those tutoring on the lecture-based courses this will include attending the weekly lecture (Semester 1: Tuesdays, 4.00-6.00pm, Semester 2: Thursdays, 3.00-5.00pm).

Posts are potentially available on each of the MLP ‘Leadership in Action’ 10 and 20 credit academic units (dependent on student numbers).

Interviews will take place on Wednesday 6th July. Successful candidates will need to attend initial eTutor training in the week beginning 26th September 2016.

Type of vacancy: Postgraduate part-time job

Degree required : Any degree discipline, studying towards a PhD at the University of Manchester for the duration of 2016/17 academic year.

Hours and Salary: Payment is on the GTA pay scale, currently £14.02-£16.24 per hour, depending on experience. 5 hours per week.

Location: Manchester

Skills required: Ideally some experience of teaching undergraduates and an interest in elearning. An interest in leadership and sustainable development and a passion for working with students is essential. You should also be a PhD student at the University of Manchester for the duration of the academic year for which you are applying.

Closing date for applications is June 15th

Further particulars of the role and application forms can be downloaded on the Student Development and Community Engagement website (scroll down a bit).

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