|Salary:||£39,739 to £50,296 per annum|
|Placed On:||11th January 2022|
|Closes:||13th February 2022|
The teaching post will have links to either Economy, Governance & Society research theme or Population Health and Wellbeing research theme.
Southampton is in the top 1% of world Universities & one of the UK’s top 10 research-intensive universities. We have an international reputation for research, teaching & enterprise activities.
The School of Geography & Environmental Science is now seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Development Geographies with an outstanding track record as an early career researcher in the field of Critical Development Geographies to both develop their research in this field and to contribute to teaching in support of our undergraduate & postgraduate taught programmes in Human Geography and Sustainability.
You will have current research interests within Low and Middle Income Countries within the Global South. You will deliver teaching to students at undergraduate & postgraduate taught level, through allocated lectures, tutorials, practicals, fieldwork and/or seminars. In particular, you will be expected to support teaching across areas of human geography, including co-teaching core modules and developing your own third undergraduate year module, and/or fieldtrip activities. It is also expected that you will contribute to the Postgraduate teaching programmes, including MSc Sustainability in an area related to your expertise in Critical Development Geographies.
An existing interest in de-colonising the curriculum would also be advantageous.
You will have a PhD or equivalent professional qualifications & experience in Critical Development Geographies or a related field (or equivalent professional qualifications), and will have some undergraduate and/or postgraduate teaching experience. Full teaching training will be provided as appropriate.
You will possess excellent communication & interpersonal skills and be able to communicate complex information effectively, engaging the interest and enthusiasm of the target audience & delivering lectures & practical teaching relating to different aspects of human geography. You will have a positive attitude to colleagues and students with a commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.
The post is tenable from 1st January 2022. Full training will be provided as appropriate in order for you to fulfil these requirements.
Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Justin Sheffield (Head of School; firstname.lastname@example.org)
The modality of education delivery will naturally depend on the Covid-19 pandemic status and local conditions, but it is anticipated that the majority of teaching during the 2021/22 academic session will be in-person. The University has clear guidelines & plans for moving between online teaching and in-person teaching as needed. The primary concern underlying all these plans is for the safety of staff and students.
The School of Geography and Environmental Science is committed to fostering a culture of equality, diversity & inclusion. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates, & particularly encourage applications from candidates belonging to groups who are under-represented within academic posts at the University, including, but not limited to: people from Black & minority ethnic groups; and disabled people. The School is committed to providing equal opportunities for all and a range of family friendly policies, & we encourage staff to apply for flexible working. We are a Disability Confident employer and the School holds a bronze Athena SWAN award. We are a signatory to the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers and can provide opportunities for career development and mentoring.
You should submit your completed online application form at www.jobs.soton.ac.uk. If you require any assistance, please contact Hannah Farrance on +44 (0) 23 8059 2507. Please quote reference 1633821WR on all correspondence.
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