Friday, 24 October 2014

Teaching Opportunity.

Manchester Leadership Programme needs more eTutors. A great way to increase your teaching expereince and improve your CV.

Deadline - Monday 12pm (noon)
The Manchester Leadership Programme (MLP) is a university-wide programme which helps students to explore sustainable and ethical leadership and to engage with the community. The programme comprises 10 and 20 credit-rated Leadership in Action units, and up to 60 hours of accredited volunteering. 


We are looking for PhD students, ideally with some experience of teaching undergraduates, an interest in elearning and an awareness of some of the issues associated with leadership, sustainability and community engagement. Our tutors receive extensive training in all aspects of the role and often cite their work with us as instrumental in achieving post-doctoral employment.


Given the diverse topics which make up the MLP, and the interdisciplinary nature of the programme, we hope to recruit eTutors from a wide range of backgrounds and do not expect you to have expertise in all of the areas covered.  However, we are looking for a real interest in leadership and sustainable development and a passion for working with students.


Go to the Student Development and Community Engagement website (Latest News page) to access the eTutor role further details and application form.

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