The Department of Land Economy invites applications for a part-time (0.2fte) Teaching Associate post commencing January 2017 for a fixed period of 9 months in the first instance. The post will support the Department's taught MPhil courses in Environmental Policy and Planning Growth and Regeneration.
The post holder will plan and deliver seminars and small group classes, set and mark work, provide feedback to students and support subject specific activities such as seminars, professional and industry liaison and development of networking activities.
The successful candidate will have a thorough grounding in an academic area relevant to the taught MPhil programmes.
The role holder will undertake personal professional development by attending appropriate courses for teaching and leading seminars.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required to explain concepts and complex information to MPhil students who come from a range of academic disciplines.
The Teaching Associate/Graduate Teaching Assistant will typically be expected to give up to 7.4 hours per week in terms of seminars and/or other teaching on the Department's taught MPhil programmes in term time.
Successful applicants who are PhD students will be given the title of Graduate Teaching Assistant in place of "Teaching Associate" and will require the support of their PhD supervisor to undertake the role. The pensionable scale of stipends for this post will start at £29,799 (pro rata this is £5,959).
Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 9 months in the first instance.
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For further information please contact the Departmental Administrator, Sam Coulson email@example.com
Please quote reference JP14055 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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