Honorary Senior Lecturer
The title Honorary Senior Lecturer is equivalent in standing to Senior Lecturer.
Contributes to departmental teaching and research at a level equivalent to a Senior Lecturer and/or undertakes collaborative work at that level with University staff.
Has a significant reputation in the field of research/expertise/teaching and may be active in disseminating findings through publications and conferences.
Demonstrate/maintain research activity of a substantial external reputation by: generating research direction for self and others within research objectives; identifying and preparing proposals; carrying out research; disseminating findings to the wider community through a high output of peer reviewed publications or contributions of exceptional quality; editing and refereeing manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals; supervising research staff/students; and participating actively in the development of the department/school/section´s research strategy.
Act in senior roles within the department/school/faculty to advance student academic development at all levels by: designing, preparing, co-ordinating and delivering courses and teaching programmes, including preparing and supervising different modes of assessment; supervising and advising students; acting as internal and external examiner for postgraduate students; coaching and supporting tutorial groups; developing new approaches to learning and teaching methods and coaching/advising others; and by contributing to the development of teaching and learning policy locally, and debate nationally through publications, conference activity and roles that advance quality in the discipline. This may be underpinned by research and evaluation of teaching methods and systems.
Contribute significantly to the development and running of the department, for example through chairing/contributing to departmental/faculty and University meetings and Committees to facilitate the decision making process, or by leading specific departmental processes. Also create and anticipate opportunities that will benefit the department/section/University.
Standing in the Profession
Develop and maintain standing and network (including initiating and leading networks) with fellow professionals in the wider community, representing and promoting own work area and activity on external platforms. Liaise with service users to establish service requirements and priorities. Standing in an appropriate profession may be evidenced by activity directly related to the profession or by the generation of links with the profession or with industry.
Recommendation from City College Thessaloniki, including a full CV, sent to the Department of Human Resources at the University of Sheffield. Each recommendation should be submitted on a completed Request for Award of Honorary Academic Title form, (see downloads).
The title of Honorary Senior Lecturer will be considered and approved by the Director of Research & Innovation of the faculty by which the award is requested.
The Department of Human Resources issue the letter of confirmation and terms and conditions of conferment (see Downloads). The conferment of the Title will only be valid when the letter has been issued. A copy of the letter of confirmation will be copied to the Director of Research & Innovation of the faculty by which the award is requested and to City College Thessaloniki.