Jobs available in UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS). We use UCL's standard hiring processes.
This page provides information on current vacancies within UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS). If none are listed, then no vacancies currently are open. For more on vacancies at UCL, see the UCL Human Resources website.
|closing date||position||further information|
|16 Mar 2020||Lecturer in History of Science and Technology||See UCL HR Vacancies|
|31 Mar 2020||Lecturer in Philosophy of Science and Medicine (Ref: 1859953)||See UCL HR Vacancies|
For further queries about vacancies listed below:
- about the application process: email@example.com
- about academic issues: follow instructions in the advertisement
1. How do I list publications in my CV that are not yet out?
Applicants are hereby notified that STS adopts specific criteria for proof of accomplishments presented in applications. Upward misrepresentation (presenting accomplishments as more advanced than is demonstrated on request) can lead to an applicant's disqualification. This expectation includes the representation of publications and manuscripts. Further guidance is available.
2. Sample syllabus
Applicants for Teaching Fellow positions are expected to follow existing syllabi, with modifications approved prior to the start of term. For the purposes of the application, previously taught syllabi may be submitted to demonstrate teaching range. A topic outline may be proposed to demonstrate areas of emphasis.
- syllabi for undergraduate modules
- syllabi for postgraduate taught modules
Applicants for teaching positions may submit model syllabi (e.g., from modules taught elsewhere), proposed new modules for STS, or modified versions of syllabi from modules already taught in STS. Applicants with queries about which module might be most suitable should contact the chair of the search committee or STS Head of Department.