Job opening: we are looking for a Teaching Fellow in Sustainable Heritage and Data Analysis
29 November 2019
The UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage is looking for a new Teaching Fellow in Sustainable Heritage and Data Analysis. Join a great team, apply now!
Duties and Responsibilities
The UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage (ISH) is delivering a Masters in Sustainable Heritage which began in September 2004 and a Masters in Data Science for Cultural Heritage which began in September 2019. We are looking for an inspirational and dynamic individual. Candidates should be interested in working in a multi-disciplinary environment, have a teamwork spirit, seeking to build bridges between research and teaching, and across disciplines represented in the Institute.
Duties will include teaching, evaluating student work and student supervision. Supporting students with qualitative and quantitative research using basic statistics and supporting field trips and study visits. There is some scope to carry out research related to sustainable heritage and data analysis, mainly within projects running at ISH.
The post has funding until the 30 November 2020 in the first instance.
A PhD, or near to completion, in a subject relevant to a research area in the job description, or relevant teaching experience is essential together with the ability to deliver and develop teaching in the areas outlined in the job description. Experience in qualitative research and analysis using NVivo or similar software and experience with analysis of quantitative research with Excel or similar software is required.
A job description and person specification can be accessed on the UCL jobs website.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have specific questions about the role please contact Prof May Cassar at: email@example.com
We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible.
Closing Date: 1 January 2020, 11:59pm
Interview date:17 January 2020
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