An exciting opportunity is offered to join the School of Social Sciences and Humanities in the field of Childhood Studies in the role of Associate Professor.
Based in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities you will be asked to take a leading role in the delivery, development, academic leadership and scholarly activity of the Childhood routes. As part of the academic duties you will be asked to contribute and lead the teaching, learning and assessment of a range of undergraduate/postgraduate courses and PhD supervision within the discipline of Childhood Studies.
The support of ongoing and new initiatives to market and develop the School of Social Sciences and Humanities and its Childhood programmes is a vital component of this role.
The post holder will be expected to support the Dean of School in providing academic leadership in the development of learning, teaching, assessment, research and/or enterprise and to personally contribute, enhance and take a lead in the emerging research agenda in this School.
Interview date: Monday June 22nd 2020
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University of Suffolk
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