As Course Director / Leader, you will be responsible for developing and delivering some academic content for the Spring and Summer schools. You will be passionate about your subject, engaging, and have prior experience of teaching and working with young people. You will also have responsibility for pupils’ pastoral care.
The WP team are looking for Course Leaders in the following subject areas:
Economics, Law, Sociology, Government & Politics and History.
You will be required to design and deliver at least three subject specific workshops, these will be delivered multiple times to all students on the programme.
You will also have pastoral responsibility for one class on the programme (approximately 30 pupils).
In addition, you will need to arrange a subject specific off-site visit for those 30 pupils.
Please view the Job description and Person Specification for the Course Leader role ahead of applying.
The WP team are looking for Course Directors in the following subject areas for the summer school component of CHOICE:
Economics, Government & Politics, History, Maths, and Sociology
Working independently within certain guidelines, you will develop the theme, format and structure of the summer school week. You will have the opportunity to teach some sessions, though you will also be expected to secure LSE academics and externals to enrich the programme.
As such, you will need undergraduate teaching (or similar) experience and, ideally, experience of working with young people. You will also accompany pupils on an external visit which you will need to organise.
Course Leaders and Directors will be expected to attend both a training session and a programme launch event in the lead up to the summer schools.
Please view the Job description and Person Specification for the Course Director role ahead of applying.
Recruitment for two Course Directors for the Promoting Potential Spring School will open again in January 2020.
Course Directors will be responsible for the development and delivery of the academic content of the Programme, in conjunction with staff from the WP team. Additionally, Course Directors will be expected to secure LSE academics, PhD students, or external speakers to enrich the programme.