Teaching Fellow, School of Economics
The University of Surrey is an international university with a world-class research profile and enterprising spirit. Ranked 4th in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2017, the University of Surrey has an outstanding record in student employment and teaching excellence. The 5,000 students within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences’ are enquiring and inquisitive, constantly exploring and considering the real-world implications and applications of their chosen discipline.
The School of Economics at Surrey (www.surrey.ac.uk/economics) has a reputation for Research and Teaching in Economics, built upon a commitment to high quality, rigorously founded applied and theoretical work, often of direct policy significance. The School enjoys a strong profile in research and teaching.
To support our growing student population the School of Economics at Surrey would like to appoint a Teaching Fellow, to teach on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
We encourage applications from candidates with teaching experience in all areas of Economics . You should hold a higher degree (or equivalent) and you should have previous experience of teaching in a university setting or similar environment. You will show resourcefulness and enthusiasm, and demonstrate the ability to collaborate with colleagues and work as part of a supportive team. You will also be able to demonstrate an ability to undertake administrative roles in the School.
In return we can offer a competitive remuneration package, which includes relocation assistance where appropriate, the latest teaching facilities, and access to a variety of staff development opportunities.
Informal enquires should be directed in the first instance to Professor Joao Santos Silva, Head of School via email at firstname.lastname@example.org containing Teaching Fellow 2018 in the subject line.
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