Vacancy: Teaching Fellow in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment
24 July 2019
The Institute for Sustainable Resources and the UCL Energy Institute are looking for a Teaching Fellow in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment to work on their joint Master's course EPEE.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Support delivery, feedback and assessment for several modules in the MSc over the two terms, liaising directly or in place of module leaders.
- Supporting the MSc dissertation process, with responsibility for ensuring that students are matched with appropriate supervisors, and that dissertation projects proceed smoothly.
- Supervise MSc dissertations
- Potentially lead modules or co-lead in the MSc
- Support professional development and short courses related to the EPEE
- Support the course director in relation to course admissions
- Organise and develop social and career events
- Support the module leads and admin team in drafting and reviewing exams and assessments
- Support the course director in developing the MSc programme, in response to student feedback, developments in energy and environment research, and implementing UCL’s strategy for research-led teaching (the “Connected Curriculum”)
- Liaise closely with the administrative staff supporting this MSc.
- Act as a key contact for students in terms of pastoral support and guidance
- Carry out any other duties as are within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job as requested by senior members of staff.
- The post holder will be encouraged to identify opportunities to better link research with the MSc programme, particularly through the dissertation process.
- A PhD in Economics, Political Science, Geography, Environmental Law or other discipline relevant to the MSc EPEE programme (to be in the process of submitting a PhD in these areas; or commensurate research experience in these areas).
- Previous experience of teaching environmental or energy policy, law or economics in higher education.
- Experience of providing pastoral support to students.
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