Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis

24 August 2021

This opportunity is no longer available

Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis is seeking a Senior PGTA. The application deadline is 25 September 2021.


Department: Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis 

Number of hours: Varies from 90, 135 or 180 hours per term 


  • CASA0001
  • CASA0013
  • CASA0005
  • CASA0007
  • BPLN0077
  • CASA0002
  • CASA0011
  • CASA0009
  • CASA0003
  • CASA0006

Start date and Duration: September 2021, four months  

Grade: Grade 6 
Location: London

Application deadline: 25 September 2021

Job description

To assist teaching fellows, module coordinators, and programme directors in delivering and developing course material as designated by the Director of School in the unit/module where candidates are allocated. To mentor students in designated areas of the candidate’s expertise. Regular meetings with the module coordinator or programme director to discuss any issues and problems arising.

Requirements for the role

Any PGR student wishing to undertake teaching or assessing responsibilities at UCL must have attended the Arena One: Gateway workshop. 

Other requirements include:

  • Working towards a postgraduate research degree (PhD/EngD.
  • A desire to gain teaching experience in a built environment discipline.
  • Disciplinary knowledge and, if applicable, specialist skills of the subject area of the programme/unit/module.
  • Ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing, with students and staff.
  • Excellent organisational and time-management skills.
  • Ability to be flexible in terms of research workload and other commitments.
  • Ability to work independently for short periods and as part of a team, recognising when advice / input needs to be sought.
  • Available for the three hour mandatory UCL Arena One Gateway Workshop, if not previously attended.
  • Commitment to UCL’s policy of equal opportunities and the ability to work harmoniously with colleagues and students of all cultures and backgrounds.
  • The ability to meet deadlines

How to apply

Students may apply to assist on any of the modules, and only one application is required. Please complete the application form and send it along with your CV to r.jamieson-ball@ucl.ac.uk by 25 September 2021. Unfilled vacancies will continue to be advertised thereafter.