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University Discipline Lecturer It Engineering Physics Maths. Finance Accounting

💼 AEMG Education
📍China
💰 Competitive Salary
Job Description:

About AEMG Group

AEMG Education is a leading global education company, founded in Australia, which provides a wide range of international tertiary study pathways and opportunities. AEMG promotes cultural diversity, educational partnerships, and research opportunities between universities in China and other countries. AEMG has established cooperative partnerships with over 70 educational institutes in China, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe, and USA.

ABOUT AEMG Academic Division

The Academic Division is responsible for delivery of AEMG academic programs and the oversight and management of educational programs delivered by partner universities. These include Teaching Visit delivery by partners, English language courses delivered as part of degree programs in China, the DEP English language test, Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral Qualifying Programs and academic subjects delivered on behalf of global university partners and International Credit Courses delivered in Chinese Universities.

About the Position

The Academic Discipline Lecturer is responsible for the academic content, management and delivery of relevant discipline courses delivered in AEMG programs and AEMG courses delivered through partner universities in China. These courses may include those in Collaborative Articulation Partnership (CAP) programs, Qualifying Programs and other discipline courses required by partner universities throughout China. You will play a vital role in ensuring the academic quality of relevant discipline courses as well as developing and teaching engaging discipline content to be delivered in face-to-face and hybrid modes of teaching.  You will provide support to key internal and external stakeholders and work with colleagues in the Education Department to ensure that all delivered courses meet quality expectations and teaching and learning outcomes are fulfilled.

Key Responsibilities

Planning and Development

Collaborate to plan and deliver courses effectively.
Help develop, review, and improve curriculum and teaching materials.
Assist in planning and promoting academic projects to improve teaching and learning.

Teaching and Learning

Deliver relevant discipline courses in hybrid mode teaching including face-to-face mode in Chinese partner universities.
Develop engaging content and assessments for different media formats.

Quality Assurance and Compliance

Participate in ensuring compliance with policies, standards and accreditation requirements related to educational programs, curriculum design, and teaching practices.

Key Capabilities:

A PhD degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Finance, Accounting, and Economics.
Minimum of 2 years’ teaching experience in higher education.
Experience and proficiency in teaching using learning management systems.
Excellent interpersonal, communication, and leadership skills.
Understanding of the higher education landscape in China, Australia and internationally.
Knowledge of academic program development, curriculum design and accreditation processes.

This role is based in one of AEMG’s partner universities in various locations in China including Xian, Qinhuangdao and Hainan.

HOW TO APPLY
To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter addressing your alignment with the qualifications, experience, and skills outlined in this advertisement, and send it to hr.recruit@aemg.com.au.        

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