|Salary:||£38,896 to £55,389 pa.|
|Placed on:||7th March 2016|
|Closes:||4th April 2016|
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Assistant Professor: £38,896 – £46,414 pa.
Associate Professor: £47,801 – £55,389 pa.
Applications are invited for an Assistant or Associate Professor of International Political Economy (IPE) in the Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS) at the University of Warwick.
You will be joining one of the UK’s leading Politics Departments – PAIS was ranked 4th on ‘intensity’ in the 2014 UK Research Excellence Framework and recorded 92% student satisfaction in the 2015 National Student Survey. We seek to appoint the best candidate in the broad field of IPE and are open to receiving applications across any of the field’s specialist subject areas. An ability to contribute to UK Politics and EU Politics teaching and research in the department would also be an advantage, but it will not be a requirement. The decision of who to appoint will be made on the basis of the all-round intellectual quality of the application.
You will have an international reputation and deliver world-leading research publications in distinguished journals and presses. You will also be expected to develop high-quality bids for external research funding and demonstrate a commitment to achieving non-academic impact. In addition, you will excel at research-led teaching and contribute to the successful delivery and innovation of PAIS undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.
For an informal and confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Professor Ben Clift, Deputy Head of Department and Director of Research at B.M.Clift@Warwick.ac.uk
Applications from women candidates and those from a minority ethnic background are particularly welcome as these groups are currently underrepresented within the department.
Full details of the duties and selection criteria for this role are found in the vacancy advert on the University of Warwick’s jobs pages. You will be routed to this when you click on the Apply button below.