Teaching Fellow in Peace and Conflict Studies
School of Politics and International Relations
Up until 31 August 2023
Applications are invited for a temporary post of a Teaching Fellow in Peace and Conflict Studies within School of Politics and International Relations
Applications are invited for a temporary appointment as Teaching Fellow in the School of Politics and International Relations. The person appointed will be expected to contribute to teaching in the area of the politics of peace and conflict. Additional ability to be able to teach modules in research methodology or gender and politics will be welcomed. The appointee will be expected to teach and assess and act as module coordinator modules in the School and to engage in supervision of undergraduate and graduate theses. The appointee will be supported to develop key aspects of their experience and skills in support of future career opportunities.
UCD is a dynamic research-intensive university that is at the forefront of research and teaching activities across a wide range of disciplines. The School of Politics and International Relations is a globally top-ranked, research-active school with teaching and research interests across the fields of politics, international relations, political theory, international political economy, international development and others. It is committed to the highest standards in undergraduate and graduate teaching and research supervision.
Fixed salary: €36,865 per annum
Closing date: 17:00hrs (local Irish time) on the 26th of May 2022.
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