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Opportunity: Teaching Fellow in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment

Join UCL ISR as a teaching fellow in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment.

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6 July 2018

Overview

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources (UCL ISR) and UCL Energy Institute are located within The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources (BSEER), with a mission to generate knowledge to promote the globally sustainable use of natural resources. 

We are seeking a part time (50% FTE) teaching fellow to support and develop the course content in conjunction with the Course Director. The ideal candidate for the post is a person with a passion for teaching, and for supporting a world-class learning environment for our students. The post holder would be expected to undertake teaching on this course as well as supervision of MSc students. 

We are looking for an inspirational and dynamic individual. Candidates should be interested in working in a multidisciplinary environment, seeking to build bridges between research and teaching, and between economics and other relevant disciplines represented in the institutes. 

Funding is initially available for 1 year.

Key requirements

A PhD in Economics, Political Science, Geography, Environmental Law or other discipline relevant to the MSc EPEE programme (including energy policy, innovation, energy modelling, environmental social science); to be in the process of submitting a PhD in these areas; or commensurate research experience in these areas; Some previous experience of teaching environmental or energy policy, law or economics in higher education; Experience of research of relevance to environmental or energy policy research. We are looking for a person with excellent organisational and time management skills, a passion for teaching, able to manage workload and work to deadlines. The successful applicant will help us to consolidate and improve a very successful graduate programme (80+ students) whilst forming and maintaining excellent partnerships with relevant stakeholders.

Further details

You can find more information about the application here.
Closing date: Sunday 29th July 2018, 23:59.