|Placed On:||24th March 2023|
|Closes:||10th April 2023|
Full time (36.5 hours per week) Permanent position.
Applications are invited for a permanent post as Professor of European Public Policy and Administration in the Department of Politics and International Studies. We are seeking to appoint someone with an international profile in European Public Policy and Administration and with special expertise in research impact, knowledge exchange and engagement. The successful candidate will have demonstrated capacity to further enhance our research leadership in European public policy and administration, experience of developing and sustaining research and teaching links with European partners, a track-record as a dedicated and successful teacher, and a capacity to enhance the Department’s activities around research impact, knowledge exchange and engagement. We particularly welcome applications from members of groups currently underrepresented in the discipline.
We are looking for an exceptional researcher and teacher in European politics, policy and administration who can deepen or broaden our existing expertise in public policy and administration, and our links with European partners. The University is a member of the EUTOPIA European University Alliance and the Department is currently developing its relationship with the Brussels School of Governance at VUB through both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. We have a sizeable taught postgraduate programme in public policy alongside several other successful undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and we are renowned for our research across four clusters: comparative politics, international political economy, international relations and security, and political theory. We are a methodologically pluralist department and welcome all different approaches to the study of politics and international studies.
The successful candidate will have an international reputation and deliver world-leading research publications in distinguished journals and presses. You will be expected to develop high-quality bids for external research funding and have a track-record of world-leading non-academic impact. In addition, the post-holder will contribute to the successful delivery and development of PAIS undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.
The successful candidate will have the ability and willingness to act as Module Director and teach on existing or new modules in public policy, public administration and European politics. You will also support the supervision of dissertations at UG and PGT levels and will be willing to take on PhD supervision in areas that align with your research. You will have a proven track record of and/or lived experience of addressing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion issues in the workplace, as well as a commitment to decolonising the curriculum and teaching practices. An active commitment to anti-racist and/or alternative critical pedagogies is highly desirable.
For an informal discussion about the role contact Head of Department, Professor Matthew Clayton M.G.Clayton@warwick.ac.uk; to discuss the Department’s working culture contact Professor Juanita Elias Juanita.Elias@warwick.ac.uk
Closing date: 10 April 2023
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