Asset Manager

University College London
Full Time
£48,614 - £57,041 a year
Posted 3 days ago
Job description

Ref Number B04-03687 Professional Expertise Teaching, Teaching Support and Examination Support Department UCL BEAMS (B04) Location London Working Pattern Part time Salary £48,614 - £57,041 Contract Type Permanent Working Type Hybrid (20% - 80% on site) Available For Secondment No Closing Date 19-May-2023

About us

We are The Bartlett, UCL’s global faculty of the built environment. Individually, our schools and sections lead their fields. In partnership, they develop new responses to pressing world issues. As a whole, they represent a world-leading, multidisciplinary faculty, united by the radical spirit of UCL. Our vision is of a world where everything that’s built aims to add to the well-being of people and the environment. The Bartlett is unrivalled in its breadth and depth of disciplines, programmes, and departments. It is made up 12 Schools, Centres, and Institutes, providing teaching and research in a wide range of subject areas to over 4,000 students each year from across the world. Further information about The Faculty can be found here:

About the role

University College London (UCL) wishes to appoint a Lecturer (Teaching) in Facilities and Built Asset Management. The post holder will be based at The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction at the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, a world-leading faculty ranked #1 in the world for Built Environment studies and #1 in the UK for its research environment. The post holder(s) will prepare and deliver appropriate teaching material, including regular tutorials and seminars within the Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction, in the field of Facilities and Built Asset Management, consistent with the vision and mission of The School. This is an open-ended, part-time position.

About you

The successful applicant will be expected to deliver appropriate teaching material, including regular tutorials and seminars, as part of the delivery of the relevant module requirements. To Lead or Co-Lead modules across our PGT or UG programmes with a distinct and relevant research based agenda; to teach, supervise and support students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; to contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high quality curriculum; to contribute to examinations, marking and other forms of assessment; to participate in departmental and faculty events, and build collaborations across UCL; and, to invest time in scholarship, professional development and research to underpin research-based education in areas that span sustainable construction, and other relevant fields. The appointee is required to have a higher degree in facilities or built asset management and/or sustainable construction related disciplines and an established track record of high-level teaching. They will also have experience of teaching programme design and management of modules in higher education: including preparation of course guides, lectures and seminars, setting of assessments and development of interdisciplinary teaching material. The successful candidate will be able to work harmoniously with staff and students of all cultures and backgrounds and possess excellent stakeholder liaison and/or public engagement skills. Your application will be assessed based on how well the criteria set out in the person specification are met. Further details including job description and person specification can be accessed by clicking on 'Apply'.

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Our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

As London’s Global University, we know diversity fosters creativity and innovation, and we want our community to represent the diversity of the world’s talent. We are committed to equality of opportunity, to being fair and inclusive, and to being a place where we all belong. We therefore particularly encourage applications from candidates who are likely to be underrepresented in UCL’s workforce. These include people from Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds; disabled people; LGBTQI+ people; and for our Grade 9 and 10 roles, women. You can read more about our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion here:

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