The LUMS School of Education (SOE) seeks to appoint Teaching Fellows for fixed-term contracts to support the work of full-time faculty in designing and delivering graduate and undergraduate coursework.
The role requires candidates to have a strong academic and professional background in the field of education. Expertise in educational theories and research is strongly preferred. Duties will include developing and delivering both new and existing courses, workshop/tutorial teaching, academic support, as well as administrative responsibilities.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Provide teaching support for graduate and undergraduate courses. Ensure that coursework at the undergraduate and graduate level is up to standard and provide support to faculty in developing new courses.
- Teach in a variety of settings from small group tutorials to large lectures.
- Appropriately assess the work and progress of students and provide constructive feedback on their academic standing.
- Assist faculty with student advisement and supervision while also providing academic support to students when needed. The candidate should be familiar with core course readings and be able to contextualize material for students.
- Wherever required, collaborate with faculty on research activities.
The roles and responsibilities listed above may change or vary over time depending upon the changing needs of the department. A successful candidate will have a dynamic and well-rounded profile to fit with the requirements of the position.
- Strong analytical skills
- Strong communication, writing and presentation skills
- Committed/Self motivated
- Detail Oriented
- Team player
Candidates should possess knowledge of different theories and approaches in the field of education.
Note: “We are an equal employment opportunity employer”