[URBANTH-L]JOB: Tourism Lecturer Post at Sheffield Hallam University

Angela Jancius acjancius at ysu.edu
Thu Jul 28 15:37:15 EDT 2005

Tourism Lecturer Post at Sheffield Hallam University
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer post in Tourism (one year temporary from 
1st September 2005)
Sheffield Hallam University has one of the largest tourism programmes 
in higher education in the UK and through its Centre for Tourism and 
Cultural Change (cf. www.tourism-culture.com), an excellent record in 
international research, consultancy, publications and conferences. We 
are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced person to 
work with us in further enhancing our reputation for quality and 
innovation in our teaching programmes.
The Tourism subject group has recently seen an increase in the 
quantity of its work in terms of undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD 
programmes as well as in research, professional development and 
consultancy activities.  It is responsible for the delivery of Masters 
Programmes in Tourism as well as contributing to other postgraduate
At undergraduate level we are responsible for delivering a range of
in Tourism.
The subject group and its programmes have strong links to a number of 
Professional Institutes including the Tourism Management Institute, 
International Festivals and Events Association and the Association for 
Tourism and Leisure Education.
In addition the group makes a significant contribution to other 
undergraduate and postgraduate programmes within the Faculty and 
provides consultancy and research services to a range of 
organisations. Members of the group are members of several national and 
international committees and serve on the editorial board of a number of

key journals.  The subject group has a strong track record of journal
conference publications and members are authors of major 
international textbooks in Tourism.
The Faculty is seeking to appoint a candidate who would be able to 
contribute to the delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate modules 
in Tourism.
Preference will be given to those candidates who show they are able to 
contribute to the teaching of Tourism and related subjects. However it 
is essential that all candidates have the flexibility to teach across 
a range of programmes. It is also desirable that candidates 
demonstrate a high level of professionalism, are good team players and 
can demonstrate a commitment to higher education in the Tourism area. 
Candidates should be flexible in being able to teach over a range of 
subject areas, within the Tourism field.
For an informal discussion, please contact Philip Long before 11th 
August on tel: ++44 (0)114 225 2957
The closing date for applications is Friday 12th August 2005
The selection process will comprise informal and formal interviews.
Candidates will be asked to prepare a 10- minute presentation relating 
to their approach to teaching and learning within their specialist 
subject field.
Application forms and further details are available from: 
Please also visit www.tourism-culture.com
Sent on behalf of Tourism Subject Leader, John Swarbrooke
Dr Philip Long
Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change Faculty of Organisation and 
Management Sheffield Hallam University Sheffield
S1 1WB
Tel. +44 114 225 2957

Fax +44 114 225 3343
 Dr David Picard
 Senior Research Fellow
 Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change Sheffield Hallam University 
 City Campus / Owen Building Howard Street Sheffield S1 1WB United 
 Kingdom Phone +44 (0) 114 225 3973 Fax +44 (0) 114 225 4434 Email 
 d.picard at shu.ac.uk Website www.tourism-culture.com

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