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

Manchester Leadership Programme is recruiting eTutors for 2017/18

The Manchester Leadership Programme is keen to hear from current PhD students who are interested in joining our pool of eTutors for 2017/18.

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).

Application deadline: Monday 12th of June

Interviews will take place on Friday 30th June. Successful candidates will need to attend initial eTutor training on Tuesday 26th September 2017.

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 2017/18 academic year.

Hours and Salary: Payment is on the University of Manchester GTA pay scale, depending on experience, at 5 hours per week over 18 weeks/semester.

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.

Reminder: Closing date for applications is June 12th

Further particulars of the role, application forms and contact details for more information:

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