Teaching Fellow in International Security and Foreign Policy

University College London
  • Location
    London, United Kingdom
  • Sector
    Education
  • Experience
    Mid Career / Advanced
  • Posted
    Nov 13

Position description

UCL seeks to appoint a part time Teaching Fellow to co-teach on the courses International Security and Foreign Policy Analysis in the 2018/19 academic session. The successful candidate will be required to teach lectures and lead seminars for both courses.
 

Responsibilities for the position also include a full marking load including first marking and second marking across a range of modules, holding office hours and the supervision of up to 15 Masters dissertations. It is anticipated that the post holder will also be available in September 2018 to first mark supervised Masters dissertations, (for an additional one off payment).

 

For any extra agreed duties undertaken above the contracted duties, (e.g. extra office hours, extra administrative work, extra meetings, extra preparation, extra marking) the Teaching Fellow will be paid an additional extra payment for this work.

Further information on the department’s courses and our affiliate and postgraduate programmes can be found on the department’s website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/political-science/teaching

This post is a fixed term post to cover shared parental leave from the 1st December 2018 - 30th June 2019.

Key Requirements

Candidates must have a PhD in Politics or another appropriate discipline, PhD candidates nearing completion will also be considered.

 

Previous experience of teaching in a subject related to international organisations and/or foreign policy, a keen enthusiasm for and knowledge of the subject area and a good understanding of empirical research, including basic knowledge of quantitative research methods is essential.

Further Details

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