Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Quantitative Research Methods x3 The appointment will be on UCL Grade 7.
The Department of Political Science would like to recruit 3 Associate Lecturers (Teaching) on a seasonal basis for the 2022/23 academic year for the course ‘Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods’. Seminar leader for 4 seminars a week (one hour each). Each seminar class will comprise approximately 20 students and the seminar leader will be expected to deliver weekly workshops, provide demonstrations, facilitate discussion, and answer questions for material presented in lecture. The number of seminars to be led may vary and will be confirmed at the start of the autumn term, first marking of formative essays and summative assignments, exam and essay scripts (in line with SPP procedures, at the appropriate times during the academic session) and attending the weekly lecture given by the course tutor and be available for office hours each week.
For any extra agreed duties undertaken above the contracted duties, (e.g. extra office hours, extra administrative work, extra meetings, extra preparation, extra marking) the Associate Lecturer (Teaching) will be paid an additional extra payment for this work. The successful candidates will be employed on a seasonal basis from 1st September 2022 – 28 February 2023 in the first instance
Applicants must have a PhD or currently be enrolled in a PhD programme in politics or an appropriate discipline. Excellent working knowledge of R and RStudio and knowledge of basic social science statistics up to panel data and limited dependent variable models are essential. The ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing, with students, academic and administrative staff at all levels is also essential. Previous experience of teaching quantitative research methods at the postgraduate level would be desirable.
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