|Company||LCIBS - SA|
|Location||Westville, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa|
Our Headquarters are based in London, on Surrey Quays Road (Canada Water Station), which is conveniently located just 5 minutes from London’s business community at Canary Wharf. Students wishing to study face-to-face in the UK, are able to join us at our London campus where we offer Undergraduate study in Business.
As a growing institution, we are establishing long-term relationships with educational partners who have a reputation for excellence and match our global aspirations. Placing students at the heart of everything we do, our partnerships share our values and join us in the creation of a global platform for knowledge exchange and transfer.
We also have a number of centres (EcoSpaces) across Africa including facilities in Ghana and Botswana, and coming soon in Uganda, enabling our mission to deliver high-quality education and training that will make a proactive difference to both the individual student’s life and their wider communities and national economies.
We stream all courses from our London campus into our EcoSpaces around Africa, meaning that gaining access to a high-quality UK-based education has never been easier. LCIBS is breaking new ground with our “Global Classroom” concept: one London-based lecturer teaching students around the world, giving you the ability to interact live with your global peers and lecturer. Not only will you have world class lecturers in London, you’ll also have expert facilitators and like-minded peers at your EcoSpace, making it easier for you to prioritise your learning without physical limitation.
At LCIBS we offer a unique learning experience incorporating a rich and varied approach to teaching. We ensure you have the rare opportunity to immerse yourself in new information and experiment with knowledge for yourself, empowering you to start preparing for your future career from day one.
|Industries||Academic,Education,Higher & Tertiary Education|
To work alongside leading London-based academics in facilitating the effective stream-out delivery of the London College of International Business (LCIBS) BSc (Hons) Business course from LCIB’s London Hub
MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB:
•To assisting with high quality student interface and interaction with the lecturers and students in the LCIBS London Hub and assisting and nurturing the students in break out learning sessions and tutorials
•To facilitate student learning in breakout groups - using such as case studies, exercises and preparation of presentations.
•To develop learning reinforcement and enhancement activities to help students build understanding of their modules.
•Show initiative in providing creative and innovative support to students across all dimensions of their learning process and activities
•To partner / work with London-based lecturers to achieve high level retention and success rates.
•Be well organized with sound planning skills and ability to meet deadlines
•Provide academic guidance to support and assist students in the areas of academic achievement and educational development.
REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB:
1.BSc in Business Management or Related Subject.
2.Postgraduate qualification in business or teaching or ICT is desirable.
a.Some teaching experience – preferably in business, management or related subject.
b.Experience of using digital technologies as a teaching tool.
c.High level business awareness capability – including prior business or organization work experience.
4.Excellent computer literacy is essential especially in MS Outlook, MS Word and MS Excel.
COMPETENCIES OF THE JOB:
1.Planning and organizing competencies
2.Excellent Interpersonal and Managerial Skills
3.Ability to work as part of a team, with business lecturers and young undergraduates.
4.Ability to provide effective tutoring and facilitating support to a group of demanding students – including as part of a ‘streamed-in’ teaching and learning process
5.Good attention to detail.
6.Good communication skills especially verbal and written English.
7.Able to work independently
8.Ability to function in a highly pressurized environment
|Job Closing Date||09/07/2020|