Department of Methodology
Assistant Professor in Qualitative Research Methodology
Salary is competitive with Departments at our peer institutions worldwide and not less than £53,004 p.a. inclusive.
The Department of Methodology is a leading centre for research and education in social science research methods. The Department has a thriving research culture, with its members advancing research in core social science disciplines as well as in research methodology. It leads the provision of research methods education to students across the range of disciplines at the LSE. The Department is recruiting an Assistant Professor with expertise in Qualitative Research Methodology.
Candidates should have completed a PhD and have research expertise in a relevant social science discipline and/or in qualitative research methodology. They should have a track record or trajectory of internationally excellent publications. They should have the ability to teach a range of qualitative research methods to multi-disciplinary groups of students.
The other criteria that will be used when shortlisting for this post can be found on the person specification, which is attached to this vacancy on the LSE’s online recruitment system.
In addition to a competitive salary the benefits that come with this job include an occupational pension scheme, a research incentive scheme with personal reward options, generous research leave (sabbatical) entitlement, a collegial faculty environment and excellent support, training and development opportunities.
If you have any queries about applying on the online system, or require an alternative format for the application, please e-mail [email protected] or contact the recruitment team at 020 7107 5205.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 01 November 2016 (23.59 UK time). The Department is unable to accept any late applications.
LSE values diversity and strives to promote equality at all levels.
For this post, LSE particularly welcomes applications by ethnic minorities.
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