14 March 2017 | Jobs
Senior Lecturer for Foodservice Business
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*CLOSED* 7 April 2017
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Haaga-Helia UAS and its hospitality and tourism management campus at Haaga is looking for a professional in foodservice business for mainly teaching but also RDI project related tasks as well as for tailored training services for businesses and the export of education. The position is permanent.
The Senior Lecturer we are looking for is currently in a management position in the foodservice industry. He/she has a good command of foodservice accounting, customer experience, service processes and plenty of overall F&B knowledge. The person we are looking for is a leader who can see future possibilities, is openminded, internationally oriented and outgoing. He/she feels training a new generation of supervisors is close to his/her heart, has good networks and operates fluently in English.
In addition to teaching we expect the Senior Lecturer to be able to take on tailored training assignments for businesses, export of education assignments and RDI projects.
Other required qualifications are a master’s level education or similar competence demonstrated in practice, at least three years of practical work experience in management positions, and ability to teach in English. Teaching experience and pedagogical qualifications are an advantage.
Mr. Risto Karmavuo
Director of Culinary Management Programme
Application deadline 7th April 2017
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