Current Vacancies


Academic Administration Manager- Ref:1453633 

The Academic Administration Manager leads the Student and Academic Administration functions of SSEES by providing high-level management support for the effective operation of credit-bearing provision (including research programmes), the development of teaching and learning and the associated student experience in the School. This involves proactively contributing to the strategic development of the School, promoting and supporting the development and coordination of academic policy and practice, contributing to portfolio and programme review, and overseeing a number of key operational activities that support the student experience.

The post-holder ensures that there are effective administrative processes in place to support teaching and learning, and is responsible for supporting the professional development of the Student Administration Team. The Academic Administration Manager is a member of the SSEES Management Committee, working closely with the Heads of Teaching, as well as the Faculty Tutor and Student and Registry Services. The role holder is expected to actively engage in Faculty and UCL fora and working groups in respect of teaching and learning administration.

Enquiries concerning the requirements of the post may be directed to Charlotte Verney (c.verney@ucl.ac.uk).

Queries regarding the application process should be addressed to Esther Williams (esther.williams@ucl.ac.uk).

Closing Date 12 March 2015

For further information and to apply please see the UCL Vacancy Listing


Timetabling and Student Administration Co-ordinator, - Ref:1453938

The Timetabling and Student Administration Coordinator reports to the Academic Administration Manager, and is responsible for the day-to-day coordination and supervision of processes supported by the Student Administration Office (such as student induction, module registration, coursework submission, examination processing). The role holder has specific responsibilities for the teaching timetable, study abroad administration and affiliate student administration (supported by the Student Enquiries Officer).

The role provides formal line management to the Student Enquiries Officer, day-to-day supervision of the Student Administration Office and works closely with the Academic Administration Manager to develop effective SSEES-wide administrative processes.

Enquiries concerning the requirements of the post may be directed to Charlotte Verney (c.verney@ucl.ac.uk).

Queries regarding the application process should be addressed to Esther Williams (esther.williams@ucl.ac.uk).

Closing Date 5 March 2015

For further information and to apply please see the UCL Vacancy listing


Events and Projects Administrator, - Ref:1453877 

The UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) is seeking to appoint an Events and Projects Administrator.

The postholder will provide a wide range of administrative support functions as part of the Director’s Office Finance and Administration team. Particular emphasis is placed upon providing support for events and projects administration, and directly supporting the longstanding CEELBAS project, and / or other future externally-funded projects.

The Finance and Administration Office team ensures effective delivery of services in respect of Finance, staffing, building maintenance, provision of office supplies, and health & safety. All team members cover each other’s duties where possible in the event of absences and leave.

The postholder reports to the Operations and Resources Manager.

Closing Date 8 March 2015

For further information and to apply please see the UCL Vacancies listing

UCL Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow, - Ref:1453467

The Mellon Programme is aimed at a fundamental re-conceptualisation of Language-based Area Studies whereby disciplines are brought together with geographical regions and language in order to facilitate awareness and engagement across the Social Sciences and Humanities and beyond to Engineering, Natural and Biomedical Sciences. The formulation of such a re-conceptualisation is the starting point of this latest UCL Mellon Post-doctoral Research programme.

Mellon Fellows will be expected to teach up to 5 hours per week.

It is expected that Fellows will be keen to disseminate their work widely by organising (interdisciplinary) public events related to her or his main research theme, such as: seminars, study days, exhibitions, conferences, performances. It is also expected that individual publications will come from each Fellowship.

Fellows are appointed after an open, international competition. Each Fellow has a two-year appointment at UCL in the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES).

Key Requirements
Applicants will have recently completed a PhD in a discipline related to the Fellowship and relevant to the UCL context, and ideally will have acquired some teaching experience related to their research interests. Their research proposal should relate to the terms of the Fellowship. The applicant should also possess fluency in both spoken and written English and will be able to work full-time for UCL.

Queries regarding the application procedure should be addressed to Esther Williams (esther.williams@ucl.ac.uk). Enquiries concerning the requirements of the post may be directed to Professor Wendy Bracewell (w.bracewell@ucl.ac.uk).

Closing Date 8 April 2015


For further information and to apply please see the UCL Vacancies listing