We're hiring: Teaching Fellow in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment - Ref:1871961
16 September 2020
UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and UCL Energy Institute are looking for a Teaching Fellow in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment
Applications are closed for this vacancy
- UCL Department/Divison: The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources
- Location of position: London
- Grade: 7
- Hours: Full Time (job share considered)
- Salary (inclusive of London allowance): £40,062 - £43,470 per annum
- Closing date: 29 September 2020
- Latest time for the submission of applications: 23:59
- Interview date: TBC
Duties and responsibilities
Set within UCL’s Faculty of The Built Environment, The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources (BSEER) is comprised of four world-class Institutes, providing the expert knowledge collaborative research and teaching.
UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and UCL Energy Institute jointly deliver a Masters in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment (EPEE), which began in September 2013. We are seeking a full time (1.0 FTE) teaching fellow to support and develop some modules in the programme. 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.
The post is fixed term until 26/9/2021 in the first instance.
A PhD in Economics, Econometrics, Economic Policy or related subjects (or to be in the process of submitting a PhD in these areas; or commensurate research experience in these areas) together with previous experience of teaching in higher education is essential. The successful candidate will have excellent organisational, time management and networking skills as well as the ability to deliver and develop programmes of teaching at graduate level. Commitment to knowledge transfer and making a difference in addressing resource and environmental issues via teaching, research and education is also essential.
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