Pembroke College wishes to appoint a College Lecturer in Management, for Michaelmas Term 2023, between 1 October 2023 and 31 January 2024, to cover sabbatical leave for Dr Eamonn Molloy.
You will be required to teach:
- General Management (first year course)
The General Management course is one of three introductory courses undertaken by first year students on the Economics and Management degree. The other two are Economics and Financial Management.
While the Financial Management course covers basic accounting and finance material, the General Management course is a foundational course that deals with other major functional areas of management and situates these in the historical context of modern business. The course is designed to enable students to make informed choices about their choice of options in years two and three and as a result the topics covered include the emergence of the modern corporation, classical debates in strategy, organisation behaviour and culture, power in organisations, perspectives on marketing, core concepts in technology and operations management, innovation, entrepreneurship, comparative corporate governance and international business. Tutorials typically emphasise the key principles and positions in these areas and explore the interconnections between them.
An illustrative list of essay questions that students use to prepare for Tutorials is available on request, along with the course reading list.
General Management will require four hours of teaching per week over eight weeks, carried out in paired tutorials to our first year, expected to consist of eight students. You will then set and mark college exams in January. It would be desirable for you to participate in the undergraduate admissions exercise in November and December.
The salary for the teaching will be in the range of £3,307-£3,705 for the term, depending on experience and qualifications. You will have a teaching allowance of £75, use of a room for teaching, and will also be able to take some lunches and dinners free of charge in College throughout the term. All salary figures are 2022/23 rates and are subject to annual uplift.
This is a College vacancy and the terms and conditions of the post are available with the Further Particulars below. The University Terms and Conditions do not apply to this post.
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