Senior Teaching Fellow in Supply Chain Management

Coventry University
December 22, 2022
Offerd Salary:£42,824 - £60,902
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Senior Teaching Fellow in Supply Chain Management

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PeoplesFuture Limited (PFL)


£42,824 - £60,902 per annum


As one of Coventry's biggest employers, we offer some pretty impressive benefits including an excellent pension scheme and generous holiday allowances.

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Our strategy at Coventry University continues our drive to provide a high- quality, inclusive and empowering global education to anyone who can benefit from it. It maintains our belief that through education people are empowered to grow and advance in society.

Working in the School of Mechanical Engineering you will be committed to contributing to our continued success. You will join a School recognised for its high-quality and real-world teaching, state of the art activity-led learning facilities and an approach guided by and focused on industry. You will help deliver and develop courses which foster a first-class educational experience while nurturing and producing industry-ready graduates. We all want to make a difference and we would like you to join us.

The School values forward thinking, student-centred learning experience and well-developed industry relationships while embracing the different cultures, backgrounds, abilities, and experiences of our students, colleagues and partners to create opportunities for all. As result, we are currently ranked in the top 10 of the Guardian University Guide 2023 for our courses in Mechanical Engineering, Automotive, Aerospace and Manufacturing. As a new member of staff, you will be joining a global institution at the forefront of teaching and innovation. Our awards include the Gold Teaching Excellence Framework in 2017 and this year's Queen's Award for Enterprise and Innovation.

We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about Supply Chain Management and Logistics teaching and who wishes to significantly contribute to the development and the delivery of our courses. Due to the continued success of our programmes of study, we are looking for a new enthusiastic individual with expertise in one or more of the following areas:

  • Supply Chain Management and Logistics Strategies, Methodologies and Tools.
  • Supplier Development in an industrial setting.
  • Procurement and Logistics Management.
  • This post is teaching centred where you will focus on modules at different academic levels, including undergraduate, post-graduate and will appeal to candidates wishing to focus on pedagogic practice and curriculum design.

    You will need to share our passion for delivering a positive student experience that puts excellence in teaching and learning at the heart of everything we do, being able to demonstrate significant knowledge in your area of specialisation. You will have the opportunity to develop the curriculum and design the delivery of teaching so that it is engaging, innovative and responsive. Your drive will be to achieve excellent student learning outcomes.

    With a dynamic and varied work environment your ability to work flexibly will be important. There are opportunities to promote and support international partnerships, with you potentially delivering teaching onsite at one of our international partners.

    This is a Senior Teaching post that will attract candidates from both academic and industrial backgrounds. The candidate should ideally have either extensive relevant industrial experience or be qualified to MSc level in a relevant subject. Professional Body membership is advantageous as is experience of working in an educational practice or a consultancy role or having a higher level qualification such as a PhD.

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