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University of Notre Dame in London

The University of Notre Dame, a Catholic research university that ranks in the top 20 among American colleges and universities, operates an academic center in the heart of Westminster to promote intellectual exchange through conferences, seminars and events, as well as its academic program for undergraduate students.  

The University of Notre Dame’s London Undergraduate Program seeks instructors able to offer one or both of the following in the Spring 2023 semester.

  1. Macroeconomics. This core course follows a defined syllabus, and addresses topics including the goals of economic policy, national income accounting, theory of income determination, the determination and behavior of economic aggregates, such as total output and the price level.  This course is offered to groups of 40-90 students from the Mendoza College of Business,  and runs in parallel with the same course on campus. Collaboration with the faculty members teaching on campus will be expected, to ensure that common learning goals are achieved, while still encouraging students to engage academically with their location in London, the UK, and Europe. 
  2. International Finance. This course has an established syllabus, and aims to provide a detailed understanding of the international dimensions of economic activity, focusing in particular on the causes and consequences of trade and financial capital flows, the determinants of exchange rates and  the relationship between international finance and national economic performance.  It shows how economic analysis can be used to evaluate contemporary developments in the world economy and the forces driving international economic integration. This course is offered to groups of 20 - 30 students. 

Each section of the  proposed classes will require two 75-minute blocks of teaching per week over the 14 teaching weeks of an academic semester.  Duties in all cases include the creation of course materials to meet the defined learning goals,  delivery of in-person teaching, regular assignments and assessment of student work, and allocating time for assisting students outside of scheduled class meeting times. 

Requirements: A Masters degree and university teaching experience in a relevant subject area are required for this position. A PhD is strongly preferred. Candidates must already have the right to work in the UK.

Teaching commitment: Each section of each class will meet for 2x 75min teaching blocks per week, for 14 teaching weeks between January and early May  This is either on either a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday pattern, or once a week as a double-length session.  In addition, instructors are expected to make themselves available for some additional office hours for their students on a regular basis, as well as completing all marking, etc. 

Candidates should clearly express interest in teaching one or both of the options described above, and in teaching each class to one or two sections of students.   Appointments are made on a per-semester basis, but we hope to build long-lasting relationships with the right candidates. 

Dates for the LUP Spring semester 2022:  16th January, to May 1st. (Easter break will be the bank holidays only) 

This post is conditional on the University of Notre Dame being able to run study abroad in London in Spring 2023. 

The salary for this position / these positions will be commensurate with level of academic experience and the teaching load, in the range of £4,300 to £5,600 per section of each class. 

London Global Gateway website:  http://london.nd.edu  

For further information on the programs of study to which these courses contribute, please see https://mendozaugrad.nd.edu/academics/ 

If you require further information regarding the posts or application process, please contact london@nd.edu. 

To apply, please send your cover letter, CV, and details of two references to Ms Alice Tyrell, Director of Academic Programs, by email to london@nd.edu.   Your cover letter should make clear the basis of your right to work in the UK. 

Closing date for reception of applications: Thursday 29th September

Interviews will be scheduled for early to mid October.

Location: London
Salary: commensurate with level of academic experience and the teaching load
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 16th September 2022
Closes: 29th September 2022
   
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