Lecturer in Global Issues and Research Methods
International Relations, Social Sciences and Law
Hours: 28 per week (0.8 FTE)
Salary: £35,374 to £37,230 (full-time equivalent salary) £28,299 to £29,784 (pro-rata salary) dependent on qualifications, skills and experience
Vacancy Reference: RC17/084/HAS
About the role
The International Relations, Social Sciences & Law Programme is looking for a highly qualified academic to teach undergraduate and postgraduate modules in Global issues such as Politics of Development, NGOs and Civil Society, International Organisations, Human Trafficking and other issues in Human Rights. In addition the candidate should be highly qualified to teach research methods for International Relations and Political Science.
It is essential that you can could demonstrate a commitment to high quality teaching at this level to a diverse body of students. It will be advantageous for you to have a record of publications and experience of teaching at undergraduate and preferably postgraduate level and excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Skills and experience required:
• Ability to combine and successfully apply the theory and practice to the field of Global Issues and Research Methods.
• Have a clear understanding of the impact of Global issues on world affairs.
• An awareness of open class environment which encourages students to be active learners.
• The ability and willingness to work effectively as part of a team and to contribute fully to the work and strategy of the Faculty.
Who we are
We are Regent’s University London, the UK’s leading independent, not-for-profit, Higher Education Institution, located in the heart of Regent’s Park, Central London. We deliver programmes from foundation to doctoral level in subjects as varied as Management to Media, Fashion to Foreign languages, Drama to Design and Psychology to Psychotherapy, and have a truly international student and staff body.
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