15 Nov

Teaching Fellow Roman History Jobs Vacancy at University College London London

Teaching Fellow Roman History
University College London
London ENG
15 Nov, 2018 25 days ago

University College London London urgently required following position for Teaching Fellow Roman History. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.

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Teaching Fellow Roman History Jobs Vacancy at University College London London Jobs Details:

UCL History is looking for a post-doctoral Teaching Fellow to teach the following courses:
Research Seminar: 'Power, Rights and Freedom: Approaches to Roman Constitutionalism' (HIST0089)
An undergraduate research seminar module taught over ten weeks to one seminar group (of up to 15 students).
'Propaganda and Ideology in Rome' (HIST0633)
This is an MA module taught in a weekly two-hour seminar format to an expected class size of 12 students.
There are a range of other duties and responsibilities associated with the post which are outlined in full on the Job Description and Person Specification for this post.
The post is funded for 6 months (in the first instance) from 02 January 2019.
Key Requirements
Candidates must have a PhD in the relevant subject field; experience of teaching in a university History Department (ideally in the UK) or equivalent; and the expertise to teach the courses specified above.

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