|Salary:||£35,326 to £40,927 per annum|
|Placed On:||4th January 2022|
|Closes:||28th January 2022|
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) within the Education department. Humanitarian teaching at LSTM provides top-level, world class education for experienced and aspiring humanitarian practitioners and others interested in this field. Through lectures, seminars and groups work we provide critical knowledge and practical skills to better comprehend and analyse humanitarian action.
Building on the history and expertise of LSTM, through strong interactions between health research and field-orientated innovations we enable committed individuals to become responsible, critical and effective humanitarian professionals.
The successful candidate:
You will play a major role in the development, design and delivery of teaching about the history of international aid, the development of humanitarian thinking and the current theoretical, philosophical and ethical debates in the humanitarian world.
You will undertake teaching and teaching related administration for taught programmes within areas of expertise and contribute to the development and delivery of our Teaching Expansion Plan.
Working within a team of academic colleagues across LSTM you will drive forward the development of humanitarian studies in Masters’ and professional development programmes.
Key responsibilities include (not limited to):
Strong applicants will be able to demonstrate:
Additional benefits of joining LSTM:
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