The Teaching Fellow will be part of the University of London Institute in Paris, a small and autonomous academic unit, which requires all staff to show a high degree of flexibility and to maintain a strong focus on student satisfaction and retention. The post holder will teach existing courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level in the field of French Studies with a particular emphasis on bande dessinée, visual culture and art history of the 19th and 20th centuries. They will also provide both tutorial and pastoral support to students and undertake teaching-related administration.
In order to be successful for this role, you will have a good first degree and PhD (awarded or award imminent) in the broad area of French studies. You will have native or near native speaker competence in French and experience teaching at University level, ideally in a UK University environment. You will have an appropriate research profile and a commitment to quality and development of student learning. The post-holder will have demonstrable capacity to teach broadly across the field of French Studies and potential to make a full contribution to the academic programs of the Institute. For a full person specification and job description please download the below documents.