Applications are invited from outstanding candidates with a research focus in any subfield of Political Communication, although preference may be given to applicants with a focus on new media. You will have a strong track record of publications appropriate to career stage as well as a completed, or nearly completed, PhD in a relevant subject. You will maintain an active programme of research and will contribute to the general work of the School, including teaching for the MSc in Political Communication.
Politics is an established, successful and expanding part of the School of Social and Political Sciences and this post will complement and reinforce existing strengths in political communication and related subjects. The appointee will play a role in a number of research clusters in Politics - especially Citizens, Communication and Political Actors - and in relevant College and University research networks.
For more information and application package, please follow this linkClosing date: Tuesday 29th May 2012