Teaching Fellow

University of Bath - Social & Policy Sciences

The Department of Social and Policy Sciences at the University of Bath seeks to recruit a Teaching Fellow in International Development who will be responsible for delivering high-quality teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. This is an opportunity to join a highly successful and ambitious team of international development scholars in a University which is globally renowned for the quality of its learning and teaching.

The successful candidate will be expected to plan and deliver units in international development. We are particularly keen to hear from candidates able to teach sociology and social anthropology of development; and international development in the context of South Asia.

We are looking for enthusiastic and committed university level teachers who meet the essential criteria outlined in the job description. Candidates are encouraged to visit the department’s website (http://www.bath.ac.uk/sps) to find out more about our priorities and strengths, as well as the work of the other academic groups in the department.

This is a full-time, fixed-term position for 12 months, with a proposed start date of 1st August 2017.

Informal enquiries about the post can be made to the Head of Department, Dr Joe Devine (email: J.Devine@bath.ac.uk or telephone: +44(0)1225 383539); or to the Head of Group, Professor James Copestake (email: J.G.Copestake@bath.ac.uk or telephone: +44(0)1225 383859).

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 The University of Bath is an equal opportunities employer and has an excellent international reputation with staff from over 60 different nations. To achieve our global aspirations, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

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