Monday, 16 August 2010

interpreting lectureship in English and French, London

Maybe of interest to some readers, and/or their friends-and-relations?

London Metropolitan University - Faculty of Humanities, Arts, Languages and Education
Salary: £31,665/£38,664 to £37,326/£47,004 inclusive per annum (pro-rata)

The faculty of Humanities, Arts, Languages and Education is seeking to appoint a part-time (21 hours per week) Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Interpreting.

You will be responsible for teaching modules in Interpreting within the degree programmes in MA Interpreting and MA Public Service Interpreting as well as being responsible for providing student learning and support. We will also expect you to be involved in teaching on our professional short courses programme.

You will work closely with the Interpreting Course Leader and contribute to the administration of modules and to course planning and development as required.

You will have native or near native knowledge of English and French and a postgraduate qualification in Interpreting as well as professional experience as an interpreter.

Recent experience in the teaching of Interpreting at postgraduate level and a good research track record in the field of Interpreting are considered essential, as are excellent organisational and interpersonal qualities.

For an informal discussion please contact: Dr Alex Krouglov, Associate Dean, Faculty of Humanities Arts, Languages and Education (

We are planning to hold interviews in w/c 27 September 2010.

Job Ref No: 10A0512

Closing date for applications: 2 September 2010

To apply for the post and for further information, please visit our website at and quote the reference number

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