Teaching Fellow in Ecological Economics
Are you able to deliver high-quality teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses? Can you contribute to deliver innovative learning and teaching approaches? Do you want to join one of the leading higher education providers of sustainability and ecological economics?
The Sustainability Research Institute (SRI) is an internationally-leading centre for research and teaching in the environmental social sciences. The School of Earth and Environment has a highly successful suite of teaching programmes on sustainability, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including very successful BSc Sustainability and Environmental Management, BA Environment and Business, and MSc Ecological Economics programmes.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated environmental social scientist, with a focus on ecological economics, to join our team contributing to teaching at the highest level. We are particularly interested in recruiting a colleague who is comfortable using a wide range of teaching styles (online, lectures, large and small group teaching, and project supervision) and who has a passion for pedagogical innovation.
This is a permanent post that provides long-term opportunities for career progression in an exciting higher education teaching and scholarship role.
You will contribute to teaching seminars, workshops, field trips, and lectures at the Undergraduate and Master’s levels. An ability to teach ecological economics, and quantitative methods and supervise dissertations on sustainability topics is essential.