PGTA - Institute of Finance and Technology (CEGE)

1 July 2024

This opportunity is no longer available

Institute of Finance and Technology (CEGE) is looking for a PGTA. Start date: 1 August 2024. Deadline to apply: 23:59, 14 July 2024.

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Department: Institute of Finance and Technology (CEGE)
Modules: IFTE0001 Introduction to Financial Markets, IFTE0002 Finance and Artificial Intelligence, IFTE0003 Big Data in Quantitative Finance, IFTE0004 Financial Analytics and Machine Learning, IFTE0005 Corporate Financial Strategy and Capital Structure, IFTE0006 Risk Analysis and Quantitative Asset Allocation, IFTE0007 Decentralised Finance and Blockchain, IFTE0009 Principles of Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing, IFTE0010 Fundamentals of Venture Capital and Private Equity, IFTE0011 Venture Capital and Private Equity Valuation, IFTE0012 Financial Analysis, IFTE0013    Introduction to Hedge Funds for Fintech, Private Equity and Venture Capital Firms, IFTE0014 Foundations of Financial Technology, IFTE0015 Portfolio Management and Asset Allocation in Private Equity and Venture Capital, IFTE0016    Innovation for Business, IFTE0017 Data Analytics and Machine Learning, IFTE0018 ESG Investing: Principles and Practices, IFTE0019 Corporate Finance, IFTE0020 Alternative and Sustainable Assets - Creating Outperformance, IFTE0021 Quantitative Environmental Economics and Finance, IFTE0022 Public Finance and Innovation, IFTE0023   Sustainability and Digital Finance, IFTE0024 Data Analytics and Financial Strategies, IFTE0025 Social Enterprise and Impact Investing.

Number of hours: Minimum guaranteed hours: 18
Start date: 1 August 2024
Duration: Up to 1 year

Grade: PGTA (Grade 6)
Location: London

Application deadline: 23:59, 14 July 2024

Job description

Your main duties of the post are tutorial class teaching, regular meetings with the course lecturer, provision of feedback to students, provision of weekly office hours, attendance reporting, coursework assessment and examination marking.

Please review the Job Description of each module for their specific requirements. 

Key responsibilities

  • Teaching assistance through the facilitation of seminars and/or workshops;
  • Class preparation and meeting with lecturers/module organisers;
  • After-class contact time with students, including time-tabled office hours;
  • Dissertation co-supervision at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level(s);
  • Marking students' work;
  • Giving feedback to students;
  • See further responsibilities in Job Description for each module.

Requirements for role

Please note this is primarily intended as an internal opportunity - only if there is no suitable PhD student at UCL identified would external applications from students at other universities be accepted and considered.

In order to be eligible, you need to: 

  1. Be a registered Post Graduate Researcher (PGR) student at UCL or another UK university, or have recently completed a PGR degree;
  2. Have the right to work in the United Kingdom;
  3. Have the approval of your primary PhD supervisor.

How to apply

To apply, follow the link: https://forms.office.com/e/d57EujwaHR?origin=lprLink 

Further information can be found in the attached Job Advert