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Evening Course Language Tutors in Polish, Slovene, Finnish, Romanian, Hungarian and Serbian/Croatian

Duties and Responsibilities

The UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) is seeking to make six appointments; Polish, Slovene, Finnish, Romanian, Hungarian and Serbian/Croatian Evening Course Language Tutors. The appointment will be made on an 'as and when' basis (i.e. subject to there being sufficient number of students for the course to run) and classes will be confirmed at the start of each academic term. Teaching requirements will be confirmed at the start of 10 week sessions. Each class run for two hours and for each hour taught the teacher is paid an additional hour for preparation work and course work feedback.

The post holder will be preparing weekly lesson plans and delivering classes to students as well as setting and marking self-study exercises for the students. They will also maintain attendance lists and lodge copies of course syllabi and handouts used in teaching with the administrator. They post holder will also be expected to help to assess and allocate students to the correct level. 

More information can be found here.  

Closing Date: 2nd February 2019


Professor in Economics or Business Economics

Duties and Responsibilities

The UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies  is seeking to recruit a Professor in Economics or Business Economics to play a leading role in further developing the School’s expertise and presence in these disciplines. This important position is part of SSEES’s current programme of academic investments and will make a critical contribution to advancing the School’s unique interdisciplinary mission.  The School particularly seeks applicants with research interests in fields including (but not limited to) economic development, behavioural economics, political economy, international economics/business, comparative/institutional economics, socio-economics and innovation studies. 

The School is specifically seeking applications from candidates with internationally excellent profiles in either Economics or Business Economics that relate to the study of East Europe, Russia or Eurasia, and who have accompanying excellent academic leadership and management competencies. The position, in particular, is suited to candidates skilled at undertaking interdisciplinary research and teaching.

More information can be found here. 

Closing Date: 3rd February 2019


If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact Manpreet Karir - m.karir@ucl.ac.uk