|Salary:||£44,414 to £66,890 per annum. See advert text for details.|
|Placed On:||28th March 2023|
|Closes:||26th April 2023|
Assistant £44,414 - £52,841 or Associate/Reader £54,421 - £66,890 per annum.
Applications are invited for an indefinite Assistant/Associate Professorship in International Development in the Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS) at the University of Warwick to start September 2023. The appointment will either be made at level 7 or 8 of the University of Warwick salary scale; this will be based on experience and candidate’s ability to meet the appropriate person specification. Candidates are asked to specify the level that they wish to be considered for.
We are looking for an exceptional researcher and teacher in International Development. The department’s Global South Study Group and the Warwick Interdisciplinary Research Centre for International Development (https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/pais/research/wicid) are supportive and intellectually vibrant hubs for international development scholars at Warwick. We are looking for someone who can either deepen our existing teaching and research base, or can complement it by bringing new areas of expertise into our department, such as those with interests in race, knowledge, migration, food, inequality. We also welcome applications from those able to support teaching on policy and practice of international development. We are a methodologically pluralist department and welcome all different approaches to the study of International Development as well as those with research interests and expertise in different regions of the Global South.
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 demonstrate a commitment to achieving non-academic impact. In addition, the post-holder will contribute to the successful delivery and ongoing development of PAIS undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes; we are looking for an exceptional and inspirational teacher who takes pride in their work.
You will have the ability and willingness to act as Module Director and teach on UG and PGT level modules including but not limited to: Gender and Development, Politics of International Development, Thinking Critically About Development – Knowledge, Theories and Frameworks, or Development in Policy and Practice – Issues, Approaches and Skills. You will also support the supervision of dissertations at UG and PGT levels. 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.
To find out more please see the Warwick careers page.
For an informal discussion about the role contact Dr Briony Jones, B.Jones.firstname.lastname@example.org; to discuss the Department’s culture contact Professor Juanita Elias Juanita.Elias@warwick.ac.uk.
Interview date: TBC.
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