Lecturer in Economics

Lincoln, United Kingdom
£34,304 per annum
16 Nov 2021
End of advertisement period
08 Dec 2021
Contract Type
Full Time

Department of Accountancy, Finance and Economics

Location:  Lincoln
Salary:   From £34,304 per annum
Please note that this post is permanent and full time at 1.0 FTE.
Closing Date:   Wednesday 08 December 2021
Interview Date:   Wednesday 05 January 2022
Reference:  SB160

The University of Lincoln is an ambitious institution with high aspirations and a rapidly improving profile that seeks to be a leading UK University. Its strategy is to combine outstanding research with research-engaged teaching and learning, and practice useful to the wider community.

The Lincoln International Business School, located on the stunning modern campus in the heart of the historic city of Lincoln, is diverse culturally, internationally-minded, and committed to providing an educational experience that enhances employability and enables people and businesses to create successful and responsible futures. 

The continued success of the School will be driven by its academic community. The post falls within the Department of Accountancy, Finance and Economics (AFE). AFE has recently validated three MSc programmes: Banking and Finance; Economics and Finance; and Economics. These build on its high quality undergraduate programmes of the same title. Economics was ranked first in the 2020 NSS and LIBS was 76th in IDEAS RePec ranking, as of March 2021. It hosted the Development Economics Conference on Social Institutions and the Economic Performance of Nations: A 21st Century Perspective, in June 2019, which was the third such conference

As a Lecturer in Economics, you will be expected to contribute to teaching and research in economics.  We encourage applications from all areas within the field of economics.  However, we would be particularly interested in receiving applications from candidates with an interest in advanced microeconomics. However, the following areas are of interest: econometrics; advanced macroeconomics

You will possess a PhD in an area of economics and have either a Master’s or a first degree in Economics. You will have a good knowledge of quantitative methods and economic theory. The preferred econometrics package is STATA.

You will also be equipped with the skills necessary to undertake academic research and publishing output in leading journals in the field of economics. You will have skills appropriate for the effective delivery of teaching and learning activities at different levels, as well as supervise research work of others.

You will have excellent written, verbal and communication skills as well as good administrative skills.  You will possess good interpersonal skills and the ability to form collaborative relationships both within the University and externally.