FES | Federación Española de Sociología

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Sociology

University of LondonDeadline: 21 December 2010From: £40,474 to £54,981 pa (depending on experience) incl LW

  • The Role

Working within the Department of Sociology, you will be required to contribute to the research output and to collaborate, teach, and supervise students across a range of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The Department of Sociology has an outstanding reputation based upon our strong emphasis on theoretically informed empirical sociology and the development of methodologically rigorous approaches to sociological issues. The Department is recognised as one of the foremost research departments in the country. A specialism in urban economics, spatial, or visual sociology is desirable but not essential.You will have a PhD in a relevant field and a developing track record of outstanding research and publications. You will also have one or more publications of international standard, together with experience of teaching and supervising students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.e

  • The Department of Sociology

hhas an outstanding reputation based upon our strong emphasis on theoretical sociology and the development of methodologically rigorous approaches to sociological issues. The department is recognised as one of the foremost research departments in the country. We achieved the highest rating for Sociology in RAE 2008 coming equal top in the UK, following a 6* rating in RAE 2001.

It is one of the largest Sociology departments in the country, with 27 full-time members of staff, together with research staff and a dynamic group of international fellows and visiting tutors. The department is currently host to 300 BA students, 50 MA students and over 100 PhD students. It has an excellent reputation for teaching, having received the highest judgement of âconfidenceâ in the last QAA Developmental Engagement.

Beverley Skeggs. Professor Sociology, Head of Department GoldsmithsUniversity of London. New Cross. London. SE14 6NW. b.skeggs@gold.ac.uk