We're hiring: Teaching Fellow in Sustainable Resources and Circular Economy
15 November 2018
We're looking for an inspirational and dynamic individual who is interested in working in a multidisciplinary environment, seeking to build bridges between research and teaching, and across disciplines.
UCL ISR delivers a successful Masters in Sustainable Resources - Economics, Policy and Transitions which combines a socio-economic lense with a focus on real-world issues of change, especially in business and at international scales.
We are looking for an inspirational and dynamic individual who is interested in working in a multidisciplinary environment, seeking to build bridges between research and teaching, and across disciplines represented in the institutes.
The post holder will work with the Course Director to shape and deliver course content and take leadership of delivery of a number of modules. The ideal candidate is a person with a passion for teaching, and for supporting a world-class learning environment for our students.
Funding in the first instance until 31/10/2021
The candidate will have a PhD in a relevant area such as resource governance, sustainability assessment tools, business/economics, and/or circular economy; be in the process of submitting a PhD; or commensurate research experience. They should have previous experience of teaching relevant topics in higher education and experience of providing pastoral support to students.
If you have any queries regarding the application process please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy please contact Dr Teresa Domenech-Aparisi email@example.com
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