Vacancy for a lecturer/senior lecturer in Economics

The School of Economics is inviting applications for a Lectureship/Senior Lecturer in Economics.

We are seeking applicants who are capable of publishing research of international excellence in order to contribute toward the strong research profile of the School and who will engage fully in the teaching of undergraduate and post graduate students. We are particularly interested in candidates that are capable of teaching in the broad area of Macroeconomics at all levels including PhD, and with research interests in quantitative macroeconomic theory. However, well qualified applicants in the area of macro-finance will also be considered seriously.

The successful candidate(s) will assist in the development and promotion of Economics at Kent, both nationally and internationally and complement the School’s existing research strengths, and foster links and collaboration with appropriate internal and external contacts and organisations. The School is particularly interested to strengthen the recently created Macroeconomics, Growth and History Centre (MaGHiC). The centre acts as a focal point for research and provision of advanced training in the area of Macroeconomics, and we would expect the candidate(s) to contribute towards its international standing.

The successful candidate will be mentored to undertake postgraduate research supervision and contribute to the teaching and development of our taught programmes in Economics, both undergraduate and postgraduate.

Applicants must have completed a PhD and be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching, research and raising research funding.

For further details on this post, click here.

 

 

We are seeking applicants who are capable of publishing research of international excellence in order to contribute toward the strong research profile of the School and who will engage fully in the teaching of undergraduate and post graduate students. We are particularly interested in candidates that are capable of teaching in the broad area of Macroeconomics at all levels including PhD, and with research interests in quantitative macroeconomic theory. However, well qualified applicants in the area of macro-finance will also be considered seriously.

 

The successful candidate(s) will assist in the development and promotion of Economics at Kent, both nationally and internationally and complement the School’s existing research strengths, and foster links and collaboration with appropriate internal and external contacts and organisations. The School is particularly interested to strengthen the recently created Macroeconomics, Growth and History Centre (MaGHiC). The centre acts as a focal point for

 

To view the full job specification and details on how to apply, please click here. The closing date for applications is 25 January 2015.