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Online Module Director Purchasing, Procurement and Distribution (m/f/d)

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Grow with us – Start your career at IU! 

Are you looking for a new challenge as a freelancer in the education sector? Then come aboard IU International University. You will be involved in projects that aim to drive IU forward as one of the fastest growing education groups. Your job opportunities are versatile, for example in teaching or as an author. As a freelancer, you are part of our team, benefit from our team spirit and can contribute your expertise.  

We are currently looking for an Online Module Director (m/f/d) on a fee basis in our BA programm Business and IT for the module 

Purchasing, Procurement and Distribution (link Module Handbook p. 159 ff)

Your Tasks Include
  • Academic supervision of the module; quality assurance of teaching and support of QM measures  

  • Professional supervision and support of the online tutor 

  • Conception and production of teaching materials 

These tasks can be completed remotely, no personal attendance is required.   

Your Profile
  • A completed doctoral degree in a relevant discipline 

  • Course-specific subject knowledge and practical experience 

  • Affinity for online teaching / e-learning and web-based teaching programs  

  • Good IT skills, confident use of Microsoft Office   

  • Native or near-native English language skills 

  • Access to a workstation with a high-capacity Internet connection and appropriate hardware  

  • Experience in university teaching an advantage  

If you find yourself in this profile, we are looking forward to your application! You can find a module description here (Link) on page or on www.iu-fernstudium.de). 

If you have any questions, please contact recruiting-lehrformate@iu.org and be sure to include the job posting number or title in any communication. Please note that applications via e-mail cannot be considered. 

For further information, please visit www.iu-fernstudium.de or our career page (link to www.iu-careers.com) 

 

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Academia FAQs

Am I a permanent employee or freelancer in IU Academia?
Our Professors are permanently employed and our Lecturers, Tutors, and Authors are all Freelancers.
Is there a teacher forum for discussion & exchange?
Absolutely! At every location we have a regular faculty conference. We also encourage dialogue via our collaboration tools and all our module leaders are available for questions at any time.
What is the application process for a lecturer assignment?
Once we review your application you will receive a further questionnaire by e-mail to be completed and returned.  We will promptly send you relevant information by e-mail about teaching at IU. We will also inform you about the process regarding a trial lecture.
When do lectures take place in dual studies?
Our dual study program includes modules that take place every two weeks and modules that are taught every week on specific days. Normally, our lectures for a module take place in blocks of 4-6 UE (UE = 45 minutes). Planning of the blocks is done in consultation with our lecturers. The weekly teaching hours are: Mon-Fri 8:00-20:00.