The successful applicant will undertake teaching and post-graduate supervision in a variety of modules in Politics. They will be expected to play a full and active part in the life of the department. The appointee should also be prepared to take on other responsibilities as required.
The position has been made available due to the secondment of an existing faculty member and the
successful applicant will be asked to cover some existing teaching commitments. These comprise a Second Level module (Empire and State in the Middle East) and an MA module (State and Society in the Middle East. Ability to teach more general modules in international relations will be an advantage.
Applicants should have a completed PhD in Politics or a relevant discipline. Evidence of administrative competence, and an ability to attract postgraduate students will be an advantage, together with a commitment to and some experience of delivering high quality undergraduate teaching.
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