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Teaching Fellow MSc in Building and Urban Design in Development (BUDD)
POST: UCL Teaching Fellow to teach term 2 of a 30 credit module
HOURS: Part time, 10% FTE, 22 days total, including course preparation, teaching and marking
REPORTS TO: Course Director MSc BUDD and the DPU Director
GRADE: Grade 7, points 33-36
SALARY: £37,524 - £40,716 per annum, incl. London Weighting of £2,948 p.a.(10% pro-rata)
CONTRACT: Early November (or nearest date possible) teaching to take place in Term 2 of academic session 2016/2017. Fixed term for 12 months, renewable each year.
The Development Planning Unit wishes to appoint a part time college teacher to teach 9 sessions over the second term on the Participatory Processes: Building in Development. The module is a core component of the Masters Degree in Building and Urban Design in Development (BUDD) (see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/dpu for more details).
The full job description can be viewed here (PDF)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday 26th September 2016, 5.00pm
Bartlett Postgraduate Teaching Assistants - 35 posts across the faculty; 6 in the DPU
Reporting to: Director of School in the programme/unit/module where candidates are allocated.
The Bartlett Faculty of The
Built Environment is committed to offering teaching assistant
experience through a postgraduate teaching assistant (PGTA) programme.
For the 2015 - 16 academic session the faculty will fund 35 posts spread
across The Bartlett (see pages 4–7 for further details on the posts).
The successful candidates will be in at least their second year of a
postgraduate research degree at UCL (PhD/EngD) and will have
successfully completed the upgrade process.
Method of application
Please send a 2 page CV and a statement of interest (in a combined PDF file) which clearly makes reference to the person specification by email to Faculty Manager Helen Fisher (firstname.lastname@example.org) in The Bartlett Faculty Office for collating, no later than 17:00 on Friday 7 August 2015.