Oxford Brookes University

Published on 10 years ago

Location: UK

Oxford Brookes University

Senior Lecturer in Economics
Oxford Brookes UniversityFaculty of Business

Starting salary: £37,382 rising annually to £45,941
This is a fixed term appointment until 31 July 2015.

You will join a vibrant group of ten Economists, including two Professors and a Reader in Economics. The group has an established record of excellence in undergraduate teaching, as evidenced by the high scores obtained in recent National Student Satisfaction Surveys. The group has broad research interests in the fields of applied/empirical Economics. The record of research has recently been strengthened through a number of outstanding new appointments and the research culture has further been enriched by the creation of several post-doctoral research posts. Curriculum development and teaching excellence is given high priority. The department takes pride in its contribution in helping Oxford Brookes University climb four places in the Sunday Times
University Guide 2013 and in the fact that the guide notes that the University’s “ success is founded on depth allied to quality in its research and a widely-based teaching strength”.

You will be responsible for:
teaching students using appropriate instruction methods such as lectures, tutorials and seminars
undertaking REF quality personal and collaborative research and other forms of scholarly research
curriculum development work including identification of consumer requirements, planning, development and evaluation of courses and course materials.

You should have:
a masters degree and/or a professional qualification in a relevant business subject area.
experience of teaching in higher education at undergraduate and postgraduate level
experience of undertaking research in Economics or a closely related subject demonstrated by research track records or publications.
Candidates with research interests in any area of Economics will be welcome however those working in the field of applied/empirical Economics would be desirable.

Informal enquires can be directed to Professor Wolfram Berger

International applicants from outside the EU will need to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK.