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Current Vacancies:

Faculty Officer - Anglia Ruskin University London

We are seeking to appoint a highly organised, and experienced administrator to join a busy Faculty Office, delivering registry functions to high standards. This includes ensuring the smooth operation of the assessment process, including Turnitin and results processing; and ensuring that the student records are accurate, up to date and reconciled.

The successful candidate will have significant knowledge and experience of working within a higher education registry - they will be familiar with student databases and the student lifecycle – in particular with preferable experience of inputting data and running processes around marking, moderation, and data reporting.

All applicants must be qualified to undergraduate level or above and have experience working in the higher education industry.

The deadline for applications is 29th September 2021, e-mails containing a CV and covering letter should be sent to steve.ward@london.aru.ac.uk. Salary is £22,000-24,000 depending on experience.

Applicants will be expected to be working from home, with hours of 9:00 to 17:30 with a view to returning to work based out of our East India Building; 3rd Floor, Import Building, 2 Clove Cres E14 2BE subject to easing of Covid-19 restrictions.

Job Description 


Business Lecturer for the Undergraduate Major Project - Anglia Ruskin University London

Position: Business Lecturer on the Undergraduate Major Project

Hours: Full-Time, Permanent 

Closing Date: 15th October 2021

Post Start Date: 1st January 2022

Location: London

Salary: Competitive

Anglia Ruskin University, London (ARU London) is an ambitious, teaching-focused provider of undergraduate and postgraduate education, primarily aimed at a widening participation audience. Based in the heart of London, just a stone's throw from Farringdon Station, ARU London is a multi-building campus hosting over 10,500 students studying subjects related to Business, Hospitality, Healthcare, Law and Finance. 

Continued growth in demand for our student-focused courses has led to the opportunity to expand our exceptional delivery team through the addition of a business lecturer on our Undergraduate Major Project team. 

We are looking for a lecturer with business sector experience and a solid grounding in all aspects of Business and Strategy to support our students through their final major project. The ideal candidate will have a detailed grasp of the contemporary business environment. The successful applicant may be employed to lecture on a range of modules, but will primarily focus on delivery of our Undergraduate Major Project. Familiarity with strategy and higher-level academic writing is essential. Our ideal candidate will have a wide suite of subject knowledge and be flexible enough to work on some evenings and Saturdays, in addition to normal Monday to Friday sessions. Above all, they will be energetic, inspirational, supportive, with a passion for developing our students. All employees will be required to teach face-to-face in one of our two London buildings.

If you are enthused with your subject, motivated by helping students develop their professional knowledge and skills, share our belief in the transformational nature of education, are capable of working in a high-tempo environment, and wish to be rewarded for your teaching excellence, then we would like to talk to you about opportunities at ARU London.

You will be qualified to a minimum of Bachelor’s Degree level in a relevant business discipline, and postgraduate qualifications are desirable.  A strong grounding in industry will be an advantage, together with fellowship (or commitment to gain fellowship) of the HEA. You must have an existing right to live and work in the United Kingdom without restriction or caveat.

To apply, please forward your CV with a cover letter to:

 Academicresourcing@london.aru.ac.uk