Evening course Language Tutor x 2 (Bulgarian/Romanian)
UCL SSEES is seeking to appoint part-time Tutors for the following languages: Bulgarian and Romanian. These vacancies are for our Evening Course Programme which runs from October to June. Further details can be found from the link above.
The closing date for applications is 8 December 2013. Interviews will take place on 9 January 2014.
UCL SSEES is seeking to appoint two Lecturers in Economics, to join the expanding Economics and Business Programme (8 permanent Economists, 4 Teaching Fellows). Successful candidates will be expected to:
- contribute to the research activities of SSEES by undertaking projects, producing publications of national and international excellence, applying for external grants, and participating in seminars and conferences and their organisation at SSEES and in the wider academic community;
- contribute to knowledge-exchange and impact activities through collaboration and engagement with international and national organisations in government, finance, business, the NGO sector and others;
- contribute to teaching on our core (micro, macro, econometrics) courses as well as offer specialist electives (particular priority is attached to the History of Economic Ideas / Economic History);
- contribute to the enabling and management of the Department;
- interact and collaborate with colleagues in a multidisciplinary department.
Further particulars are available here. The closing date for applications is January 5th 2014 and the posts will be available from March 1st 2014. Interviews will take place on January 31st 2014.
The UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) will be sponsoring applications for the Leverhulme Trust's Early Career Fellowship competition in 2014. This is an excellent opportunity for early career researchers to access substantial and prestigious funding.
SSEES offers the largest UK concentration of research in the history, economics, politics and sociology, anthropology, culture, literature and languages of Central, East and South-East Europe and Russia. You can learn more about us on our web pages and more about the Leverhulme scheme here.
Proposals, written on the Leverhulme Trust application form, should be sent by email to Mr Lee Standen, SSEES Deputy Assistant Director.
Closing date for applications is Friday 31st January 2014.