We are now inviting suitable candidates to join us in the LiPACE for the following posts:
Part-time Instructor (Ref.: 21001O5)
Major Duties and Responsibilities
The appointee shall mainly be responsible for teaching courses at different levels in the following subject areas on a part-time basis (including daytime or evening on weekdays or weekends).
(A) Full-time Programmes (Higher Diploma / Diploma / Diploma Yi Jin)
(B) Part-time Professional Programmes
(C) Corporate Training Programmes
For (A) Full-time Programmes and (B) Part-time Professional Programmes, candidates should possess a relevant higher degree and professional qualifications in the related subject area, with at least 5 years' relevant working experience. Candidates with lower qualification but with substantial working experience may also be considered.
For (C) Corporate Training Programmes, candidates should have a degree or higher degree with at least 3 years of working or teaching experience related to the subject area prior to the advertisement closing date. Teaching experience with the government, public or private organizations in similar subjects is highly preferred.
For subject area Meat Inspection, candidates should be a registered veterinary surgeon under the Veterinary Surgeons Registration Ordinance (Chapter 529) who hold at least a Bachelor Degree or higher qualification, and have at least 3 years of experience related to meat inspection. Knowledge and experience in food animal inspection is preferred.
All shortlisted candidates may be invited to have teaching demonstration during the interview.
Terms and Conditions for Appointment
Successful candidates will be appointed on a temporary part-time contract. Benefits will be provided in accordance with the statutory provisions.
Candidates who are interested in joining us may submit their applications via the University’s eRecruitment System:
Closing date of application: 31 October 2021
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Li Ka Shing School of Professional & Continuing Education (LiPACE)
The Li Ka Shing School of Professional and Continuing Education (LiPACE) is one of the seven constituent schools of the Hong Kong Metropolitan University. Originally established in 1992 as the Centre for Continuing and Community Education (CCCE) and renamed as LiPACE in 2000, it has carried out its original mission of serving the broadest range of learners in HK. LiPACE is now an established Vocational Professional Education and Training (VPET) provider of full-time post-secondary education and part-time professional and continuing education as well as corporate training. At the same time, it advances non-formal learning through its two flagship programmes for women and senior learners, the Capacity Building Mileage Programme (CBMP) and Elderly Academy at Hong Kong Metropolitan University (EAMU). Over the years, LiPACE has developed into an established and mature post-secondary, continuing and professional education provider which makes an important contribution to the University. It performs complementary but vital roles in fulfilling the University's founding mission of providing education for all, as evidenced by the extensive range of disciplines covered and study levels of its programmes, as well as the diversity in age, nationality and occupation of its learners.