King's College London
Salary: £40,386 – £47,414 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance
Contact details: Professor Stuart Dunn, [email protected]
The Department of Digital Humanities is seeking to appoint a Lecturer (Academic Education Pathway) in Digital Economy to contribute to the design and establishment of its online curricula; and to its teaching in this area. The post-holder will have a sound knowledge of the key concepts, theories, debates and challenges in digital economy, innovation management, information systems, algorithmic management, ecosystem orchestration, and digital transformation, with a PhD in a relevant area. We are especially interested in candidates with experience in designing and delivering high-quality online teaching in HE.
We are looking for a range of expertise to support our fast-expanding programmes, which may include work experience in the sector of study. We are particularly interested in the following areas to support our teaching: any aspect of digital economy, innovation studies; information systems; digital platforms; algorithmic management; and critical studies of technology. Furthermore, candidates with the potential for developing collaborations and knowledge exchange activities with commercial, industrial or third sector bodies are especially welcome.
The post-holder will make a significant contribution to organising, delivering, and administering research-informed teaching to the highest professional standards at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, especially for the MSc Digital Economy, including designing learning materials, convening modules, lecturing, seminar teaching, and providing formative and summative feedback. Post-holders will supervise dissertations at all levels, and undertake examining as required. Successful candidates will also undertake pastoral and administrative duties, including personal tutoring and contribution to Departmental, Faculty and University administration.
The Department is committed to building an equitable and diverse academic environment. We therefore welcome applicants from underrepresented communities and those who can demonstrate commitment to diversity and inclusion in teaching, research, mentoring and service.
There are two fixed term positions until June 2024. One post will be offered on a part time basis (50%FTE) and one will be offered on a full-time contract.
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