The Bartlett Development Planning Unit



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Current Vacancies

Graduate Teaching Assistant: MSc Health and Urban Development

Location of position: London
Grade: 6
Hours: Part Time
Hours per week (%FTE): 18.25 hours per week (50% FTE)
Salary: (inclusive of London allowance): £28,574 - £33,487 per annum

The MSc Health in Urban Development (HUD) programme is strongly interdisciplinary, attracting participants from a wide variety of disciplines, such as anthropology, economics, geography and health studies, as well as urban planners, architects and engineers. The Health in Urban Development MSc aspires to produce an interdisciplinary and critical perspective of the interrelationships between formal and informal urban processes, health disparities and development planning in general and in the Global South in particular.

The Graduate Teaching Assistant provides support to the Programme Leader of the MSc Health and Urban Development (HUD) programme in terms of academic administration and occasionally academic inputs into the programme.

The appointment will be made from January 2019 and is an open ended contract.  The successful applicant will be subject to the usual UCL probationary procedures.  Please note that appointments are normally made at the beginning of Grade 6, i.e. point 21.

Application deadline: 11:59 October 27

Full details and how to apply here.

DPU Fellowship: Communication and information management

DPU Fellowship based at: Sierra Leone Urban Research Centre SLURC; Freetown, Sierra Leone
Closing date for applications: October 12th, 2018
Application to be submitted electronically to: a.frediani@ucl.ac.uk

The DPU in partnership with the Sierra Leone Urban Research Centre is happy to offer an exciting opportunity to an exceptional graduate. The fellow will become part of the core staff of the Sierra Leone Urban Research Centre with the title of Communications and Information Management Officer. In consultation and under the direct supervision of the Centre Co-directors and in collaboration with the Communication Officer, the fellow will produce, deliver and maintain information collection and management tools including the website, the newsletters and other SLURC knowledge outputs, as well as coordinate the implementation of the physical and online resource unit encompassing existing urban knowledge in Sierra Leone.

Applicants must be graduates of the DPU MSc programmes

Full details and job description available for download here (PDF).