Senior Lecturer in International Relations & Politics
|Salary:||Grade 8 £39,152 - £49,553 per annum|
|Location:||FRANCIS CLOSE HALL CAMPUS|
The University of Gloucestershire is seeking to expand its academic team associated with its International Relations and Politics provision. Those with an ability to deliver undergraduate teaching in the areas of Foreign Policy Analysis, International Governance & Law, and Human Rights are particularly encouraged to apply. Applicants will have a high-quality research profile commensurate with career stage and a clear personal strategy to develop a program of research. This permanent post will commence on 1 October 2021 (or as soon as possible thereafter) and is an outstanding opportunity to shape our provision and your career.
You will join our Geography and International Relations group within the School of Natural & Social Sciences. The team has a strong reputation for high-quality, research-informed teaching of small cohorts, placing first for overall student satisfaction in the 2020 Guardian University League Table and achieving 100% for overall student satisfaction in the 2021 National Student Survey. The group has consistently been submitted for the REF/RAE and remains central to the University’s goal of achieving internationally-excellent and world-class outputs and impact from the majority of its research.
The School of Natural & Social Sciences is in robust health, offering an extensive range of subjectsand inter-disciplinary work. It is sited on the University’s Francis Close Hall Campus, in the attractive surrounds of Cheltenham and with the Cotswolds on its doorstep.To minimise duplication of effort, please limit your application to completion of the supplied form; a cover letter and CV will not be required.
Closing Date: 11 August 2021
Interview Date: 19 August 2021
The University understands the benefits of recruiting a diverse range of people and welcome applications from under-represented sections of the community.
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