Job provided by Zoek
Share this job on social:
About the job
Category: Academic | Closing Date: 12 Nov 2014 | The University of East London is a dynamic and rapidly expanding university at the heart of Europe's largest regeneration area and adjacent to the site of the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
The School of Business and Law has doubled its income in the last five years, enabling the recruitment of new business-facing and research-active colleagues. These appointments flow from the re-organisation of our academic fields, and will help us to achieve our strategic goals of enhancing our students' academic experience and future employability prospects and supporting our business community through research-informed teaching and knowledge exchange activity.
We are seeking two new colleagues to teach graduate and undergraduate modules in Finance, Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics. A strong background in Econometrics is desirable. You will also contribute in development and delivery of our bespoke Canary Wharf Module which will cover key principles and a wide range of topical issues in the Money, Banking and Finance arena.
Candidates for this post will have a PhD (or completion by April 2015) in relevant fields with demonstrated research potential and/or record. A commitment to the quality of our students' experience in a highly diverse and multicultural environment is essential. In addition to the teaching commitments you are expected to contribute significantly to research and knowledge exchange within the field and produce scholarly works as evidence of professional accomplishments and will also participate in School and University activities. A high quality graduate and undergraduate instruction is expected, teaching experience is highly desirable
CVs without completed application forms will not be accepted.
We are working actively to improve the diversity of our staff