Lecturers are subject experts who design, develop, and deliver material using a range of methods and platforms. They create the course material, lesson plans, and curricula, conduct research and fieldwork, engage with students, assist with processing applications, and also attend interviews, conferences, and meetings.
Key Difference: A professor is a leading expert in a teaching institution. He is a scholarly teacher whereas a lecturer refers to a person who delivers a lecture. A professor is a leading expert in a teaching institution. He is a scholarly teacher whereas a lecturer refers to a person who delivers a lecture.
Organization Name: University of Reading
Post Name: Lecturer
Qualification: Post Graduate
Employment Type: Full Time
Work Hours: 8 Hours
Job Experience: Freshers
Salary: GBP 40000 To GBP 45000 Per Year
Location: Reading, England, United Kingdom RG1 1AF
All students, whether living in University or privately rented accommodation, are part of the local community. The University takes pride in the value that our students bring to Reading but also recognises the challenge of integrating students with the wider population.
We work closely with local authorities, including Reading Borough Council, Wokingham Borough Council and local police teams, to put in place a range of measures to help students settle into local neighbourhoods.
The University delivers information and advice to students renting private housing in local neighbourhoods. This includes advice on being a good neighbour such as introducing themselves to their neighbours, being considerate about noise, and
Advice on waste, recycling and parking. You can review these materials in the Hello Neighbour campaign resources section and use some of them yourself if your student neighbour needs some advice.
The University Street Support Team (Street Wardens) provides advice to students socialising late at night, encouraging them to be responsible, respectful and safe when travelling through residential areas.
interviewing course applicants.
lecture planning, preparation and research.
contact and teaching time with students.
checking and assessing students’ work.
encouraging personal development via tutorial or pastoral work.
attending staff meetings.
Ability to work well with a range of people.
Expertise in a particular subject area or areas.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent presentation skills.