What we are looking for
Part-time / Visiting Lecturers | Marine Science
The University of Gibraltar invites applications for part-time or visiting lecturer positions to teach on its MSc Marine Science & Climate Change programme as from September 2019. The positions would ideally suit those seeking to teaching in one or more of the following areas:
- Marine Biology and Ecology
- Marine Ecosystems, Management and Conservation
- Oceanographic Processes
- Research Methods and Skills in the Marine Environment, including GIS
- Area-Based Marine Tools and Coastal Zone Management
- Climate Change Adaptation and Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction in Marine Systems
- Environmental, Economic and Social Sustainability in the Marine Sphere
Applicants are expected to hold a relevant PhD degree, or equivalent, and typically, will have a minimum three years’ teaching experience in Higher Education.
Ordinarily, those applying as visiting lecturers would expect to continue to be employed by their home institution, however accommodation and a small stipend will be provided during the period. Short-term employment contracts will also be considered.
In order to be considered, please submit a curriculum vitae and covering letter before 12th April 2019 to email@example.com.
Mentor | PGCE
The University of Gibraltar invites applications for the role of mentor for the PGCE programme to be launched September 2019. Successful applicants will be required to attend (and successfully pass) a mentorship programme.
Applicants are expected to have attained Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) under DoE (UK) regulations and must be employed on a full time basis in a Gibraltar School. A minimum of three years full time work experience in the field is required, along with evidence of professional development.
PGCE mentors will be responsible for supporting the student to meet the Teachers’ Standards. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, ensuring an appropriate spread of teaching practise (and where appropriate curriculum subjects), organising a weekly mentoring meeting which includes reviewing the evidence of meeting the Teachers’ Standards and progress against targets, providing timely feedback on observations of practice and, in association with the University Co-ordinator, completing end-of-assessment phase reports.
A full role description can be downloaded here.