Archive: Luglio 29th, 2013

• Postdocs at University College London (x5)

UCL STEaPP Provost (Research) Fellow x 5

UCL Department: Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP)


Grade: 7, Full Time

Salary (inclusive of London allowance): £32,375-£39,132, plus a STEaPP market supplement of £6,500 per annum


In September 2013, University College London will formally launch its new Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy(STEaPP). In close partnership with a related cross-faculty policy engagement and decision support Institute (also launching in September 2013), this Department will build a comprehensive portfolio of educational, policy engagement and research programmes targeting the needs of a broad array of practitioner, academic and student communities around the world.

These prestigious two-year UCL STEaPP Provost Fellowships are designed to enable exceptionally talented early career researchers to develop their research, teaching and policy engagement experience sufficiently to make them very strong candidates for academic (faculty) positions at top international universities by the end of their Fellowship.


Key Requirements

Applications are warmly encouraged from candidates from across all branches of social, natural and engineering sciences with research, policy engagement and teaching interests relevant to STEaPP. Any disciplinary (or multidisciplinary) background and topical focus of relevance to STEaPP is welcome.

The appointee(s) will have enthusiasm and propensity for inter-disciplinary, intercultural and international team building and sustained collaboration as well as a strong professional orientation towards integrating ‘impact orientated’ engagement with a broad array of government, corporate and civil society policy communities.

The nature of these posts require individuals with enthusiasm and propensity for external networking and relationship-building, a genuine global outlook, and an open, flexible and collaborative spirit, as well as enthusiasm and creativity for experimenting with novel methods of teaching and policy engagement.


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