Lecturer in Sociology

University Paris-Dauphine London Campus, specialising in International business, Management and Economics, is recruiting a part-time Lecturer in Sociology for its Global Bachelor programme. This programme is an English track of the Paris-Dauphine Management Bachelor (Licence Sciences des Organisations) that provides economics, management, quantitative, social sciences and languages courses. Furthermore, the London programme’s pedagogical project specifically focuses on:

  • High standards towards language proficiency (English + a 2nd foreign language mandatory)
  • Individual guidance
  • Soft skills enhancement

In 2017-18, our Lecturer in Sociology is expected to teach a minima the following courses / workshops:

  •  Year 1 course – Introduction to Sociology: this course provides an introduction to different substantive areas of work in contemporary sociology. Students will gain an understanding of leading-edge research within the discipline worldwide. These include: inequality; ‘race’, ethnicity and multi-culturalism; work and employment; identity and gender. 12 weeks course, from mid-September to mid-December 2017 (36 teaching hours: 18h*2 student groups).
  • Year 1 workshop – Essay writing methodology: 6 weeks workshop from mid-September to late October 2017 (24 teaching hours: 6h*4 student groups)
  • Year 1 and 2 course – the United Kingdom and Europe: this interdisciplinary course will be co-taught by a Political Sciences, a Sociology and a Law Lecturer. Sessions to be held in February/ March 2018 (16 teaching hours: 4h*4 student groups)
  • Year 2 course – Global Contemporary issues: to be detailed. Sessions to be held in January/March 2018 (12 teaching hours: 6h*2 student groups)
  • Year 3 course – Work Sociology: this course focuses on key topics in the world of work:  power, norms and regulations, human organization. 12 weeks course, from mid-January to April 2018 (27 teaching hours: 27h*1 student group)

Other opportunities might be offered within the year (Summer programmes, continuous education Master classes, extra-curricular projects etc.)

Main duties and responsibilities:

-  To teach Sociology

-  To assess the students consistently with our Knowledge and assessment guidelines and support the overall progress and development of students

-  To contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high quality curriculum

-  To facilitate and encourage a learning experience which provides students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential

-  To liaise with the Head of the programme regarding the progress of individual students and groups.

-  To contribute to raising standards of student attainment and achievement.

 

Person specification

Education / Training

-  Excellent subject knowledge and a relevant degree and teaching qualification.

Skills and aptitude

-  Excellent spoken and written communication skills.

-  Ability to work collaboratively.

-  Ability to work to and achieve high standards.

-  Evidence of ability to teach and to supervise academic work by undergraduates.

-  Good planning and organisation skills.

-  Ability to use a range of teaching methods in the classroom and to promote a stimulating learning environment.

-  Creative skills and ideas for planning practical and interesting lessons.

-  Competent user of ICT with the ability to use these skills in the classroom.

 Other requirements

-  Commitment to high quality teaching and fostering a positive learning environment for students.

-  Enthusiasm and a sense of purpose in the delivery and assessment of the curriculum.

-  Commitment to equality, diversity and safeguarding.

-  Commitment to continuous professional development.

The successful candidate might be subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

Salary

-  Depending on experience and education background, hourly teaching rate from £78 to £112

Contacts

Send CV and cover letter to cecile.sansaloneping@dauphinepong.fr

Lecturer in Labour Law

University Paris-Dauphine London Campus, specialized in International business, Management and Economics, is recruiting an Hourly paid Lecturer in Labour law for its bachelor programme.

Main duties and responsibilities:

-  To teach at undergraduate level: 27h from September to December 2017

Module outlines:

  • Introduction to labour law (Setting up the labour law, labour law actors, norms, contemporary challenges)
  • The labour relationships (Recruitment, The formation of the labour contract, The labour contract, Atypical forms of labour)
  • The labour law contract – a living tool (Specific terms, Modifications, Changing working conditions)
  • Termination of the labour contract (Different types of termination, Personal dismissal, Economic dismissal)

-  To contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high quality curriculum.

-  To coordinate with the head of department of Labour law in Dauphine Paris.

-  To assist in the development of learning materials, preparing schemes of work and maintaining records to monitor student progress, achievement and attendance.

-  To participate in faculty seminars aimed at sharing research outcomes and building interdisciplinary collaboration within and outside the department (once a term).

-  To participate in the development, administration and marking of exams and other assessments.

-  To monitor and support the overall progress and development of students as a teacher

-  To facilitate and encourage a learning experience which provides students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential.

-  To liaise with the Head of the programme and other staff regarding the progress of individual students and groups.

-  To contribute to raising standards of student attainment.

-  To propose innovative teaching and research programmes.

 

Person specification

Education / Training

-  Excellent subject knowledge and a relevant degree and teaching qualification.

 

Skills and aptitude

 -  Excellent spoken and written communication skills.

-  Ability to work collaboratively.

-  Ability to work to and achieve high standards.

-  Evidence of ability to teach and to supervise academic work by undergraduates.

-  Good planning and organisation skills.

-  Ability to use a range of teaching methods in the classroom and to promote a stimulating learning environment.

-  Creative skills and ideas for planning practical and interesting lessons.

-  Competent user of ICT with the ability to use these skills in the classroom.

-  Commitment to extra-curricular activities.

-  Effective listening skills.

 

 Other requirements

-  Commitment to high quality teaching and fostering a positive learning environment for students.

-  Enthusiasm and a sense of purpose in the delivery and assessment of the curriculum.

-  Commitment to equality, diversity and safeguarding.

-  Commitment to continuous professional development.

-  Commitment to public communication

 

The successful candidate will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

 

Salary

Depending on experience and education background, from £78 to £99 per hour.

 

For further information and/or to apply to the position, please contact Caroline Gautier at caroline.gautierping@dauphinepong.fr

 

Lecturer in Operation Research

University Paris-Dauphine London Campus, specialized in International business, Management and Economics, is recruiting an Hourly paid Lecturer in Operation Research

Main duties and responsibilities:

-  To teach at undergraduate level (3rd year): 36h from September to December 2017.

Course description: Scientific tools for decision making (Graph models, Linear programming models, Decision under uncertainty, Decision with multiple objectives)

-  To contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high quality curriculum.

-  To coordinate with the coordinator of department of Operation Research/Optimization in Dauphine Paris.

-  To assist in the development of learning materials, preparing schemes of work and maintaining records to monitor student progress, achievement and attendance.

-  To participate in faculty seminars aimed at sharing research outcomes and building interdisciplinary collaboration within and outside the department (once a term).

-  To participate in the development, administration and marking of exams and other assessments.

-  To monitor and support the overall progress and development of students as a teacher

-  To facilitate and encourage a learning experience which provides students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential.

-  To liaise with the Head of the programme and other staff regarding the progress of individual students and groups.

-  To contribute to raising standards of student attainment.

-  To propose innovative teaching and research programmes.

 

 Person specification

Education / Training

-  Excellent subject knowledge and a relevant degree and teaching qualification.

Skills and aptitude

-  Excellent spoken and written communication skills.

-  Ability to work collaboratively.

-  Ability to work to and achieve high standards.

-  Evidence of ability to teach and to supervise academic work by undergraduates.

-  Good planning and organisation skills.

-  Ability to use a range of teaching methods in the classroom and to promote a stimulating learning environment.

-  Creative skills and ideas for planning practical and interesting lessons.

-  Competent user of ICT with the ability to use these skills in the classroom.

-  Commitment to extra-curricular activities.

-  Effective listening skills.

  Other requirements

-  Commitment to high quality teaching and fostering a positive learning environment for students.

-  Enthusiasm and a sense of purpose in the delivery and assessment of the curriculum.

-  Commitment to equality, diversity and safeguarding.

-  Commitment to continuous professional development.

-  Commitment to public communication

The successful candidate will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

 

Salary

Depending on experience and education background, from £78 to £112 per hour.

For further information and/or to apply to the position, please contact Caroline Gautier at caroline.gautier@dauphine.fr