Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Education and Inclusion Studies (2 Posts)
Based at our Walsall Campus, you will join a vibrant, innovative and dynamic team, in an area of major growth. The team’s portfolio of work is extensive, ranging from Foundation degrees, Undergraduate degrees and Masters’ degrees which cover the full spectrum of Education Studies, Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion courses. There may be opportunities to contribute to the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education and Professional Practice which is the University of Wolverhampton’s professional development programme for new academic staff. You will possess a first degree in Education Studies, Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion or a relevant social science and a Master’s degree in a relevant area. You should also have a teaching qualification and experience as a lecturer in FE/Adult/Community or Higher Education. We are interested in appointing a candidate with expertise in a broad range of areas relevant to Education and Inclusion Studies.
You must have a commitment to inclusive practice and pedagogies and an understanding of current government policies and initiatives relevant to the subject area is essential. An interest in pursuing relevant research opportunities and the ability to help grow the team’s portfolio of continuing professional development courses and their international work are also essential.
For an informal discussion or further information please contact Chris Wakeman (Head of Education and Inclusion Studies) on 01902 323373 or at: C.Wakeman@wlv.ac.uk
The University of Wolverhampton values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.