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Aberystwyth University

Erstellungsdatum 27.06.2024

Teacher in German in-person

The Role
What you'll do
Who you are - Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge and Skills required
How to apply
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The Role
Aberystwyth University is looking to appoint a Teacher in German (in-person) to teach on Aberystwyth University's Lifelong Learning courses.

This is an hourly paid position, and the successful candidate will be required to teach classes between one and four evenings per week during term time. Lessons may take place during days, evenings and weekends. All the courses are subject to minimum student enrolments.

The successful candidate will have experience of teaching German and understand the needs of adult learners and the need for continuous professional development by teachers. The successful candidate will undertake teaching, course promotion, assessment and administration. Classes will be in-person.

To make an informal enquiry, please contact Antonio Barriga Rubio at [email protected].

Appointments are normally made within 4 - 8 weeks of the closing date.
What you'll do
This job description is subject to review and amendment in the light of the changing needs of the University, to provide appropriate development opportunities and/or the addition of any other reasonable duties.
  • To maximise recruitment to LLL courses by publicising and promoting their own module(s) and by participating in general marketing activities and events.
  • To travel and transport teaching materials to class locations (This is not applicable if the classes are online)
  • To devise and implement an appropriate student learning experience in line with LLL and University quality assurance guidelines.
  • When necessary, to prepare the online learning environment in advance of teaching (subject specific);
  • To provide appropriate pastoral support for students.
  • To complete risk assessment documentation (when appropriate);
  • To contact the relevant coordinators in relation to class enrolments.
  • To undertake administrative work associated with classes, including completing class register, enrolment feedback and evaluation forms etc. in accordance with LLL requirements and within stated timescales.
  • To undertake all existing and new Quality Assurance processes associated with the modules and study schemes e.g. preparing assessment tasks, marking, giving written & verbal feedback and submitting all of the above for moderation within the given timescales.
  • To be involved in curriculum development.
  • To attend induction and staff training events for tutors.
  • To undertake in-house training.
  • To attend staff meetings and professional development sessions.
  • To undertake health and safety duties and responsibilities appropriate to the post.
  • To be committed to the University's Equal Opportunities and Diversity Policy, together with an understanding of how it operates within the responsibilities of the post.
  • To be committed to your own development and that of your staff through the effective use of the University's Effective Contribution Scheme.
  • Any other reasonable duties requested commensurate with the grade of this role.
The responsibilities of this vacancy have been matched to the Academic Role Profile Teaching and Scholarship: micprofiles/TS1.pdf
Who you are - Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge and Skills required
  • A degree, equivalent level qualification, or significant relevant experience / specialism (employment) in the subject area.
  • A teaching qualification or substantial teaching experience for adults.
  • Experience of class planning, delivering and assessing post-16 teaching, or training sessions.
  • Demonstrate the ability to use IT with confidence, including the Internet, e- mail, social media and presentation packages for teaching, marketing and administrative purposes.
  • Evidence of excellent organisational and administrative skills.
  • Good written and oral communication skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with students of different ages and backgrounds.
  • Have the ability to travel to and transport teaching materials to class locations; (this is not applicable if the classes are online)
  • Available for week-end and evening teaching;
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a team;
  • To live within advertised geographical area of post. (this is not applicable if the classes are online)
  • An ability to understand the bilingual nature of the University and an awareness of the procedures in place to support working bilingually.

  • Desirable
  • A postgraduate qualification in relevant subject area.
  • Experience of innovative learning and teaching methods
  • Have a knowledge of risk assessments and safety in the work place
  • Ability to offer pastoral support to students.
  • Evidence of own continuing professional development, with a focus on improving quality by developing innovative courses, teaching and assessment methods.
  • Oral (spoken) and Written Welsh Level B1.*

  • *More information on Welsh Language Levels can be found at:
    How to apply
    To promote a flexible workforce, the University will consider applications from individuals seeking full time, part time, job share, or term time only working arrangements.

    Applications for this role must be made through You are welcome to apply for any vacancy in Welsh or English and any application submitted will be treated equally.
    • Flexible working policy
    • 36.5 - hour week for full-time roles
    • Generous leave entitlements - 27 days annual leave plus bank holidays and university closed days
    • Commitment to Professional Development
    • Enhanced contribution to our workplace pension schemes
    • Staff recognition and reward schemes
    • Opportunity to learn the Welsh language for free
    • Staff relocation bursary
    • Maternity, Paternity, Parental and Adoption Leave
    • Staff discount for gym facilities, hospitality, and retail on campus.
    Please keep reading
    We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities and, those that are currently underrepresented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates, candidates with disabilities, and female candidates.

    We are a Bilingual Institution which complies with the Welsh Language Standards and is committed to Equal Opportunities. You are welcome to apply for any vacancy in Welsh or English and any application submitted will be treated equally.
    Employment Visa
    Under the UK Government's points-based system scheme, this role does not meet the criteria to be sponsored by Aberystwyth University (AU) for a Skilled Worker Route (SWR) application.

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