At Arden University we want to make a difference

At Arden University, our vision is to make education more accessible, engaging and beneficial to people everywhere.

Arden University is undergoing an exciting phase of rapid expansion and significant transformation, developing new programmes, driving an industry-leading learner experience and rolling out our innovative ‘compressed-blended’ full time degrees at several new campus locations across the UK and internationally.

One of our core brand values is ‘Innovation’ and we pride ourselves on the high quality, innovative learning materials and leading pedagogy. We recognise that the pressures of a hectic, modern life often means our students are constrained - by location, cost, and family/caring commitments or simply time. By delivering our degrees, masters and MBAs using a variety of online, classroom and leading edge learning content, we have been able to support a wide range of students to achieve their ambitions and benefit from Higher Education in pursuit of new employment opportunities and career progression.

Current vacancies

Computing Tutors - now accepting applications

Post Title: Blended Learning Tutors (self-employed and part-time)

Programme of Study: Foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Post Responsible to: Director of Programmes

Vacancy: Module tutors (Blended Learning)

Delivering at our London or Birmingham or Manchester campus, you will be tutoring Arden University blended learning students by utilising a range of innovative learning materials and resources. Arden currently has tutoring opportunities at levels 0 through to level 7 covering a range of subject areas including:


Healthcare Management,

Business/MBA,

Computing,

Psychology/Criminology,

Law,

Accountancy and Finance,

Project Management,

IT Security management,

Strategic Marketing,

Tourism,

HRM


Essential Criteria

  • Possession of UK-recognised qualifications (academic and /or professional), equivalent to at least Masters level, relevant to the subject area;
  • Experience of teaching and assessing at Level 4 and above within the UK HE sector;
  • Experience of delivering distance learning products e.g. Blackboard, WebCT, Moodle, Google sites;
  • Be able to demonstrate proven teaching excellence.

Desirable criteria

  • Experience of developing learning materials for an online environment;
  • A recognised teaching qualification e.g PgCHE;
  • A PhD or working towards one;
  • Ability to attend occasional staff training events,

This is an exciting time to join a University that represents the future of Higher Education.

How to apply

If you are interested in this role, please apply using our short application form here.


For more information on our programmes of study or on Arden University, please visit www.arden.ac.uk. To arrange an informal call about the role please contact Academic Vacancies on academicvacancies@arden.ac.uk.

Please note that because of the high volume of applications that Arden University receives, we regret that we are unable to contact applicants who have been unsuccessful.


Graphic Design Tutors - now accepting applications

Post Title: Distance Learning Tutors (self-employed and part-time)

Programme of Study: Undergraduate - Graphic Design

Post Responsible to: Director of Programmes

Vacancy: Module tutors (Distance Learning)


Working from home, you will be tutoring Arden University distance learning students by utilising a range of innovative learning materials and resources. Arden currently has tutoring opportunities at levels 4 through to level 7 in Graphic Design.

Essential Criteria

  • Possession of UK-recognised qualifications (academic and /or professional), equivalent to at least Masters level, relevant to the subject area;
  • Experience of teaching and assessing at Level 4 and above within the UK HE sector;
  • Experience of delivering distance learning products e.g. Blackboard, WebCT, Moodle, Google sites;
  • Be able to demonstrate proven teaching excellence.

Desirable criteria

  • Experience of developing learning materials for an online environment;
  • A recognised teaching qualification e.g PgCHE;
  • A PhD or working towards one;
  • Ability to attend occasional staff training events,

This is an exciting time to join a University that represents the future of Higher Education.

How to apply

If you are interested in this role, please apply using our short application form here.

For more information on our programmes of study or on Arden University, please visit www.arden.ac.uk. To arrange an informal call about the role please contact Academic Vacancies on academicvacancies@arden.ac.uk.

Please note that because of the high volume of applications that Arden University receives, we regret that we are unable to contact applicants who have been unsuccessful.

Module Authors/Module Developers (Graphic Designers)

Post Title: Blended Learning Tutors (self-employed and part-time)

Programme of Study: Foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Post Responsible to: Director of Programmes

Vacancy: Module tutors (Blended Learning)

Delivering at our London or Birmingham or Manchester campus, you will be tutoring Arden University blended learning students by utilising a range of innovative learning materials and resources. Arden currently has tutoring opportunities at levels 0 through to level 7 covering a range of subject areas including:


Healthcare Management,

Business/MBA,

Computing,

Psychology/Criminology,

Law,

Accountancy and Finance,

Project Management,

IT Security management,

Strategic Marketing,

Tourism,

HRM


Essential Criteria

  • Possession of UK-recognised qualifications (academic and /or professional), equivalent to at least Masters level, relevant to the subject area;
  • Experience of teaching and assessing at Level 4 and above within the UK HE sector;
  • Experience of delivering distance learning products e.g. Blackboard, WebCT, Moodle, Google sites;
  • Be able to demonstrate proven teaching excellence.

Desirable criteria

  • Experience of developing learning materials for an online environment;
  • A recognised teaching qualification e.g PgCHE;
  • A PhD or working towards one;
  • Ability to attend occasional staff training events,

This is an exciting time to join a University that represents the future of Higher Education.

How to apply

If you are interested in this role, please apply using our short application form here.


For more information on our programmes of study or on Arden University, please visit www.arden.ac.uk. To arrange an informal call about the role please contact Academic Vacancies on academicvacancies@arden.ac.uk.

Please note that because of the high volume of applications that Arden University receives, we regret that we are unable to contact applicants who have been unsuccessful.


Module Authors/Module Developers - now accepting applications

Working from home, on a self-employed part time basis, you will be developing high quality and innovative learning materials across a range of media, managing your time effectively to meet specified deadlines. We are currently seeking module authors who will work closely with our module development team in the creation of modern, high quality on-line learning resources. Arden currently has authoring opportunities at level 0 through to level 7 covering a range of subject areas including:


Healthcare Management,

Psychology,

Criminology,

Law,

Sociology,

Accountancy,

Finance,

Project Management,

Operation Management/Strategy,

HRM,

Data Analytics,

Telecommunications,

IT Security,

Graphic Design,

Cyber Security,

Wireless and Internet Security

Computing


Potential authors should have UK recognised academic qualifications in excess of the level they wish to be considered for, should be able to create materials using software packages such as Prezi, PowerPoint etc., be able to record podcasts, have experience of delivery within the HE sector or significant relevant industry experience. Ideally you will be able to demonstrate experience of developing learning materials for online environments.


Personal Profile


You are likely to have authoring experience and a real passion for delivering excellent and innovative learning resources. You will be able to apply Arden’s pedagogical model to the resources you create and have an appreciation of the learning needs of students. When required you will be able to collaborate with academic colleagues or broader business processes.

This is an exciting time to join a University that represents the future of Higher Education.


A description of the role is also available here (PDF)


How to apply

If you are interested in this role, please apply using our short application form here.


For more information on our programmes of study or on Arden University, please visit www.arden.ac.uk. To arrange an informal call about the role please contact Academic Vacancies on academicvacancies@arden.ac.uk.

Please note that because of the high volume of applications that Arden University receives, we regret that we are unable to contact applicants who have been unsuccessful.

Blended Learning Tutors (London/Birmingham/Manchester) - now accepting applications

Post Title: Blended Learning Tutors (self-employed and part-time)

Programme of Study: Foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Post Responsible to: Director of Programmes

Vacancy: Module tutors (Blended Learning)

Delivering at our London or Birmingham or Manchester campus, you will be tutoring Arden University blended learning students by utilising a range of innovative learning materials and resources. Arden currently has tutoring opportunities at levels 0 through to level 7 covering a range of subject areas including:


Healthcare Management,

Business/MBA,

Computing,

Psychology/Criminology,

Law,

Accountancy and Finance,

Project Management,

IT Security management,

Strategic Marketing,

Tourism,

HRM


Essential Criteria

  • Possession of UK-recognised qualifications (academic and /or professional), equivalent to at least Masters level, relevant to the subject area;
  • Experience of teaching and assessing at Level 4 and above within the UK HE sector;
  • Experience of delivering distance learning products e.g. Blackboard, WebCT, Moodle, Google sites;
  • Be able to demonstrate proven teaching excellence.

Desirable criteria

  • Experience of developing learning materials for an online environment;
  • A recognised teaching qualification e.g PgCHE;
  • A PhD or working towards one;
  • Ability to attend occasional staff training events,

This is an exciting time to join a University that represents the future of Higher Education.

How to apply

If you are interested in this role, please apply using our short application form here.


For more information on our programmes of study or on Arden University, please visit www.arden.ac.uk. To arrange an informal call about the role please contact Academic Vacancies on academicvacancies@arden.ac.uk.

Please note that because of the high volume of applications that Arden University receives, we regret that we are unable to contact applicants who have been unsuccessful.


Registry Co-ordinator


Registry Co-ordinator

Full-Time

Coventry

Closing date: 15th October 2017


Arden University’s ambition is to make Higher Education more accessible, engaging and beneficial to people everywhere. Securing taught degree-awarding powers and its recently earned university status has reiterated Arden's position as a progressive organisation with plans to disrupt the HE sector through innovation. With around 6,500 online students, over 50% of whom are overseas, and new campuses in the UK and abroad set to open, Arden University is growing.

About the job

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Registry Co-ordinator to join Arden University’s Academic Affairs Department. Academic Affairs has responsibility for student registrations, submission and examining of all assessments, arranging examinations, supporting student feedback and academic committees and oversight of all quality assurance processes. It comprises two main teams – Quality and Registry. The Registry and Assessments team has overall responsibility for the managing all assessment and registration processes for students, and for managing and reporting student data.

The duties may vary within the scope outlined below but it is anticipated that the main focus of this role will be to support assessment processes, including the management of submissions, administration of marking and moderation procedures, collation and preparation of student assessment data and the release of results.

Duties and responsibilities

Duties and responsibilities of the Registry Co-ordinator may include:

  • Accurate maintenance of student records and student registrations both internally and with relevant University/awarding partners
  • Supporting accurate and timely compliance with external student data reporting requirements
  • Monitoring student statuses and supporting coordination of arrangements for graduation and certification on Arden University awards
  • Provision of accurate student reports to relevant sponsors and customers
  • Coordination and organisation of all aspects of the student assessment cycle (including distribution of assessments, arrangement of examinations, marking, moderation, dissertation support, presentation to appropriate boards)
  • Attendance at appropriate boards/committees and ensuring the timely communication of the outcome of boards/committees to students, as necessary
  • Working collaboratively with tutors, with the Quality team, Student Support and with University partners on both academic-related and operational matters
  • Implementing processes and procedures set out in the Regulatory Framework or by the relevant awarding body
  • Developing awareness of internal and external requirements regarding data integrity and data protection
  • Making/receiving telephone calls and sending/responding to emails in a professional and timely manner

Person Specification

It is essential that candidates are able to demonstrate:

  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Ability to prioritise tasks effectively and work to deadlines.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and articulately, both verbally and in writing, to a wide variety of stakeholders (e.g. students, senior academics).
  • Excellent IT literacy, e.g. solid grasp of common software packages including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • A good level of numeracy and the ability to understand data and create/manipulate spreadsheets.
  • Good basic analytical and problem-solving skills.

To apply or to receive further information about this exciting role, email vacancies@arden.ac.uk.

Closing date for applications is 15th October 2017.

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