Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Economics - Stirlingshire, Stirling, FK7 0
Open ended, Full time
Grade 8 £38,511 to £45,954
Grade 9 £47,328 to £54,841
Closing date for applications is midnight on 30 January 2015.
Interviews are expected to take place towards the end of February 2015
The Economics Division is seeking to recruit a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Economics, with a focus on the broad area of banking and finance, and monetary economics. We hope to appoint someone with effect from 1st August 2015. This post is offered at Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level, dependent on the candidate appointed. We are looking for someone with an outstanding research profile in the broad areas of banking and finance, and monetary economics alongside experience in teaching in any of these areas. For an appointment at the Senior Lecturer level, a record of successful research grant applications is also expected.
Stirling was the first new university to be established in Scotland for nearly 400 years, created by Royal Charter in 1967. Since its foundation, the University has embraced its role as an innovative, intellectual and cultural institution with an established reputation for blending arts and science.
Stirling is a University of distinction, home to leading researchers and scholars attracted by the unique learning environment, exceptional facilities and student-centred approach, where ability, not background, is recognised and valued.
The essence of the University of Stirling is its people: graduates, staff and students are helping to shape the world by making a direct and positive contribution to the development of prosperous, healthy and sustainable communities around the globe.
The University population has grown from 164 undergraduate students and 31 postgraduates in 1967 to 8,200 undergraduates and 3,400 postgraduates in 2013. With over 100 nationalities represented at Stirling, around one in five students come from overseas.
A truly Scottish university, Stirling's reach extends to campuses in the Highland capital of Inverness and to Stornoway, gateway to the Western Isles.
Stirling's main campus is located at the historic heart of Scotland, with convenient links to the rest of the UK and beyond. The University is within easy reach of Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, and its largest city, Glasgow. Scotland's two main international airports are less than an hour away, with direct flights to Europe and beyond.
Equality and diversity are central to our activities at the University of Stirling. We believe everyone should be treated with respect and we deal with people as equals. We promote equality and celebrate diversity through a variety of initiatives. We have been awarded the Athena SWAN Bronze award, the national charter for women in science, which recognises and promotes good practice in advancing women's careers in STEMM academia (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine). Further details can be found here:
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