Apologies for cross-posting Course Director MSc Leadership and Management in Health (Principal Lecturer/Reader) - Kingston University - jobs.ac.uk Course Director MSc Leadership and Management in Health (Principal Lecturer/Reader) Kingston University - Faculty/Dept Business and Law School/Section Leadership, HRM & Organisation Vacancy Number: 09/376 Salary: £47,299 - £54,490 pa inc Grade: 10 Hours: 37 hours per week Closing Date 12 noon on 4th January 2010 Interviews: 18th January 2010 The Department of Leadership, HRM and Organisation invites applications from outstanding academics interested in Health Leadership to lead the continuing development of its highly successful MSc in Leadership & Management in Health. This flexible modular programme is offered in partnership with The School of Management, Royal Holloway, University of London, and St George's, University of London (Medical School). It is also closely linked with the Institute of Leadership & Management in Health (ILMH), a hub for research services, consultancy and leadership development and one of three Institutes of the SWAN Alliance. The course director would be responsible for the strategic direction of the course, the management of the programme and its academic development, including staff training and the implementation of blended learning. The successful applicant will be expected to engage in teaching and research. Applicants should have a doctorate, publications in a relevant area, experience of teaching and management at master’s level, and ideally expertise in blended learning course development and delivery. This is an exciting opportunity to work with colleagues from across the three universities on pedagogic developments and research. Informal enquiries can be directed to Sunitha Narendran, Head, Department of Leadership, HRM & Organisation (Tel 020 8417 5106) or Professor Christine Edwards, Director of ILMH (Tel 020 8417 5220). For further information, or to apply online, visit our website Kingston University London - Job Vacancies or alternatively call the recruitment line on 020 8417 3153 quoting reference 09/376.