Applications are invited for two University Lectureships in Real Estate Finance within the Department of Land Economy. The posts will involve teaching and research within the areas of real estate finance and investment with a likely focus on commercial real estate.
The posts are available from 01 October 2017.
The successful candidates will be expected to undertake research in real estate economics and finance, to publish in international journals in the field, to contribute to teaching, to supervise research students, and to make a general contribution to his or her discipline and to the work of the Department including liaison and interaction with real estate and financial professionals and industry groups. The successful candidates will lecture and co-ordinate teaching in real estate finance and investment modules, which might include contributions to Paper 15 (Advanced techniques in finance and investment for real estate) of the Land Economy Tripos (the undergraduate degree), papers RE03 (Real estate securities, securitization and investment) or RM02 (Quantitative research methods II) on the MPhil (taught Masters course) in Real Estate Finance, contribute to the part time Masters in Real Estate programme and supervise a number of undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations. Staff may also contribute to college teaching (separately remunerated).
The normal pensionable scale of stipends for a University lecturer is currently £38,896 to £49,230. The appointments will be made at an appropriate point on this scale and will be subject to a probationary period of six months.
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