Programme Leader - MSc Professional Software Development
Computer Science,Computer Science,Software Engineering,Information Systems,Artificial Intelligence
Short info about job
Company: QA Higher Education
Department: London Campus
Salary: Not specified
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Permanent
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1544 5373382
Fax: +44-1562 7268249
Detail information about job Programme Leader - MSc Professional Software Development. Terms and conditions vacancy
Due to planned growth and subsequent increased student admissions, we are seeking to enhance our faculty with experienced Programme Leaders.
QA Higher Education (QAHE) works in partnership with three different UK Universities to deliver a range of undergraduate and post graduate programmes in Business, Management, Marketing and Computing at its branch campuses in London, Birmingham and Manchester. Its focus is on delivery of high quality learning and teaching to facilitate excellent student outcomes.
About The OpportunitiesAs Programme Leader you will have successful and proven experience to be responsible for the academic delivery and development of the Professional Software Development Programme, establishing and maintaining a collaborative relationship with our partner University. You will have the knowledge and expertise to ensure compliance with academic standards, creation of a high quality student experience and the ability to develop a high calibre academic team through your motivational and inspiring leadership qualities.
The programme typically runs over 3 semester, during the first two semesters taught modules are studied. In the third semester students complete a project/dissertation. The current modules include, but are not limited to, Software Development, Operating Systems, Database Systems, Data Structures, mobile Applications, Concurrent Systems.
Your Skills & ExperienceApplicants should have suitable and relative teaching experience and should hold a MBA or higher degree in a relevant subject area. Interest from PhD holders with current publications is encouraged. A teaching qualification and membership of the HEA would be advantageous.
For further information and/or an informal chat, please contact Michaela Cassa at QA on 01753 898671 emailing your CV directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org.