Lecturer in International Public Policy, Professional Practice

Egham, United Kingdom
£42,926 per annum pro rata - including London Allowance
07 Aug 2019
End of advertisement period
31 Aug 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Part Time

Department of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy

Location:      Egham
Salary:      £42,926 per annum pro rata - including London Allowance
Closing Date:      Saturday 31 August 2019
Interview Date:      To be confirmed

Part-Time, Fixed Term (0.2 FTE position for two years with the possibility of renewal)

The Department of Politics & International Relations is ranked 10th in the U.K. in research intensity. It is home to six research centres:

  • Centre for International Public Policy
  • Centre for Islamic & West Asian Studies
  • Centre for Politics of Africa, Asia & the Middle East
  • Contemporary Political Theory Research Group
  • Democracy and Elections Unit
  • New Political Communications Unit

We are seeking to appoint a part-time Lecturer in International Public Policy (Professional Practice). The successful candidate will convene and deliver compulsory modules on our postgraduate programme in International Public Policy.

In return we offer a highly competitive rewards and benefits package including generous annual leave and training and development opportunities. This is a part-time post (0.2 FTE) available for two years with the possibility of renewal. The post is based in Egham, Surrey where the College is situated in a beautiful, leafy campus near to Windsor Great Park and within commuting distance from London.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Professor Chris Hanretty on

To view further details of this post and to apply please visit For queries on the application process the Human Resources Department can be contacted by email at:

Please quote the reference: 0819-310

Closing Date: Midnight 31 August 2019

Interview Date: To be confirmed

Please note that it will not be possible for the College to issue a Certificate of Sponsorship for successful candidates as this role does not fall into one of the standard occupational codes deemed eligible for sponsorship by UK Visas and Immigration. Successful candidates will therefore need to be eligible to work in the UK or have limited leave to remain in the UK and associated right to work for the duration of their employment with the College, in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.