Lecturer (Cultural and Heritage Tourism)


The Open University of Hong Kong


Established by the Hong Kong Government in 1989, OUHK today has developed into a young, dynamic, full-fledged university. We began offering full-time face-to-face programmes since 2001 and currentl...了解更多



Lecturer (Cultural and Heritage Tourism) - (18001GG)

Job: Full-time Academic School/Unit: School of Arts & Social Sciences Closing Date: 27/Oct/2018, 11:59:00 PM  


The appointee is responsible for the following duties:

  1. Mainly be responsible for the planning, development, coordination and delivery (including classroom teaching) of courses, and where necessary, programme administration in Cultural and Heritage Tourism areas at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels;
  2. Supervise postgraduate students for research projects, and facilitate the design and coordination of field studies and service learning activities for relevant programmes; and
  3. Participate in scholarly activities, School/University activities and administration.


Applicants are required to possess the following:

  1. A higher degree, preferably an earned doctorate, in a relevant discipline;
  2. Good command of English and Chinese (including Putonghua); and
  3. Relevant teaching experience in higher education institutions, teaching experience in Mandarin, or experience of research project supervision will be an advantage.

Terms of Appointment

Successful candidate will be appointed on a full-time fixed term contract.  Fringe benefits will include annual leave, medical & dental benefits, life insurance coverage and gratuity, where applicable. 

Application Procedures

Application should be made online through the University’s eRecruitment System.


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