Business management

Business Management Lecturer job at UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON

Location: Docklands Campus

Salary: Lecturer from £48,599 per year including London weighting

Post type: Full time

Post type: Permanent

Closing Date: tuesday 08 november 2022

Reference: 058A2022-R

Want to pursue your career in a dynamic and diverse environment where the focus is on providing a transformational educational experience? Then it’s time to prosper and shine at the Royal Docks School of Business and Law.

Part of the University of East London – one of the capital’s most pioneering, forward-thinking and dynamic universities – the Royal Docks School of Business and Law is a highly successful contemporary learning community with a student body really diverse. Located in one of the most multicultural areas in the world, at the heart of a £1.7 billion regeneration programme, the school is seeing a number of exciting developments. These include the introduction of Career Passports and Mental Wealth modules in all of our courses to help connect and accelerate career opportunities for all of our students.

Our ambition is to be a world-class school, producing the leaders, thinkers and paradigm shifters of tomorrow – and you could help us achieve this goal. This is because, right now, we are going through a period of growth that will create a significantly increased capacity. Therefore, we are looking to recruit a wide range of employees in a variety of roles and look forward to hearing from innovative and energetic individuals with a genuine desire to help make a positive difference and thrive within our community. single school.

So if you are looking to advance your career and want to help create a better and more sustainable future for all, explore our current vacancies by visiting our website:

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At UEL, we are committed to working together to build a community that values ​​the diversity of our staff and student populations, that is representative and inclusive, allowing everyone to grow and thrive.