University of Westminster Central London, London
Summary This post is part-time, 17.5 hours per week (0.5 FTE) and fixed term until August 2020. With a history that dates back to 1838 and a unique place in London's educational landscape, we have a reputation for inclusiveness and for providing a transformative student experience. You will be based at the University's Marylebone site, opposite Baker Street Station, centrally located and immersed in London's business community. The post sits within the School of Organisations, Economy and Society, a constituent part of Westminster Business School which has an exceptional reputation for practice-informed teaching and research. You will become part of a community of around 60 academic staff with a shared focus on the development, operation and leadership of responsible and sustainable organisations in an international context. Over a third of the staff in the new School are Economists, with a range of disciplinary backgrounds and research interests. This is an exciting time to join us as we review and extend our portfolio of courses and build our research capacity. At undergraduate level, the School hosts a BSc Business Economics and BA Business Management-Economics, alongside courses in International Business, HRM and Entrepreneurship. We offer an MSc in Economic Policy and Analysis and a range of other Masters' programmes in Entrepreneurship, International Business and Management, HRM and International Development Management. We are looking to recruit an innovative individual who can contribute to the delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate modules in Economics, broadly defined, but we have a particular need for someone able to offer expertise in Applied Microeconomics and Development Economics. The successful candidate will be research active and able to contribute to our academic enterprise activities. As a Lecturer, the post hold will be expected to take on leadership roles at module level as determined by the needs of the School, and to work closely with other colleagues to ensure a high quality learning experience for students. You will hold a postgraduate qualification in a relevant area (PhD preferred), or have equivalent qualifications and/or experience. You will have teaching experience and a recognised teaching qualification or HEA Fellowship, evidence of the ability to engage in research and have a recognised personal reputation and professional standing. For further information and to apply for this post, please click apply and you will be redirected to our website. Closing date: midnight on 4 September 2019 Interviews are likely to be held on: w/c 9 September 2019 Administrative contact (for queries only): [email protected] Please note: We are unable to accept applications by email. All applications must be made online. CVs in isolation or incomplete application forms will not be accepted. Embracing diversity and promoting equality.