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Graduate Teaching Assistant for MSc Urban Economic Development

Location of position - London
Grade - 6
Hours - Part Time 18.25 hours per week (50% FTE)
Salary (inclusive of London allowance) - £28,014 - £32,830 per annum


The Graduate Teaching Assistant provides support to the Programme Leaders of the MSc Urban Economic Development (UED) programme for academic administration, and basic academic inputs into the programme. Candidates need to be educated to Masters level in a subject related to the work of the Development Planning Unit.  They need to demonstrate good interpersonal skills and excellent administrative and organisational skills, in particular a good knowledge of computer software. The Graduate Teaching Assistant will also help to manage IT systems involved in the web-based elements of the course.

The appointment will be made from September 2018 (or nearest possible date). The successful applicant will be subject to the usual UCL probationary procedures. Please note that the appointment will normally be made at grade 6 point 21.

Key Requirements

The successful candidate should be educated to Masters level in a subject related to the work of the Development Planning Unit.  The candidate should demonstrate good interpersonal skills and excellent administrative and organisational skills, in particular a good knowledge of computer software (e.g. Moodle, Microsoft Office, Excel).

Closing Date - 5 August 2018
Latest time for the submission of applications - 23:59


Full details and how to apply here


Graduate Teaching Assistant for MSc Environment and Sustainable Development

Location of position - London
Grade - 6
Hours - Full Time
Salary (inclusive of London allowance) - £28,014 - £32,830 per annum


The Graduate Teaching Assistant provides support to the Programme Leaders of the MSc Environment and Sustainable Development (ESD) programme for academic administration, and basic academic inputs into the programme. The Graduate Teaching Assistant will also help to manage IT systems involved in the web-based elements of the programme.

The appointment will be made from early or mid-September 2018 (or nearest possible date). 

Key Requirements

The successful candidate should be educated to Masters level in a subject related to the work of the Development Planning Unit.  The candidate should demonstrate good interpersonal skills and excellent administrative and organisational skills, in particular a good knowledge of computer software (e.g. Moodle, Microsoft Office, Excel).

Closing Date - 28 Jul 2018
Latest time for the submission of applications - 23:59


Full details and how to apply here