Teaching Fellow in Defence Studies (Future of Conflict) King's College London, Department of Defence Studies United Kingdom

Teaching Fellow in Defence Studies (Future of Conflict)

Reference: THW/18/059639/000501

Salary Details: Grade 6, £33,518 to £39,992 per annum

Allowances: £2,923 London Allowance

Contract Type: Temporary/Fixed term

Contract Term: Full time

The Defence Studies Department is looking to recruit a number of fixed-term teaching fellows in the future of conflict to work for King’s College London at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom. The Defence Studies Department is a multidisciplinary department focused on providing postgraduate-level education to officers from all services of the UK armed forces and from many allied nations. Based in the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom in Shrivenham, our academics work in partnership with officers to develop and deliver a curriculum designed to prepare officers for higher leadership roles.


The successful candidate/s will provide research-led teaching and syllabus development of the academic elements of the Joint Services Command and Staff Course (JSCSC), including subject matter expertise in the future of conflict. The ability to teach across the broad range of subjects we cover (international relations, regional security, command and leadership, strategy) is essential, as is a research specialism in the future of conflict. This specialism can be broadly defined, but can include areas such as cyber conflict, conflict in space, urbanization, and the impact of new technologies on conflict.


This post will a fixed-term contract for 12 months.


This is a full-time post - 100 % full time equivalent.


The selection process will include a panel interview and presentation.


Closing date: 20 May 2018

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If you have questions about this role, please contact: Dr Robert Foley, Email: robert.foley@kcl.ac.uk,

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