IBEI - Teaching fellow in research methods

The Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) invites applications for a full-time Teaching Fellow position in the area of research methods and statistics for international studies. 
This is a one-year position, with a possibility of extension for two additional years, and the successful candidate is expected to start in September/October 2020. The expected gross annual salary is 30.000€. We are looking for academics with a relevant Ph.D. degree, and experience of teaching and assessing at University level with positive student feedback received.
The main focus of activity will be with the Research Master's in International Studies, but the successful applicant would be expected to contribute as well to the other Master's programmes at IBEI, through teaching and supervising students. Experience in teaching quantitative methods and statistical packages (including R) is required, but also the capacity to teach qualitative methods will be highly appreciated. The ability to contribute to the development and delivery of high-quality teaching and  assessment of learning, including the design and creation of successful learning environments, will be particularly relevant. 
Applications must be submitted by June 17th, 2020 (10.00 am Barcelona time)
Applications should include: 
A cover letter 
A full CV including teaching and research activities.  
Two academic reference names 
The application should be saved as one PDF document and sent to: Carlos Sanchez. Research coordinator at IBEI csanchez@ibei.org
IBEI is a graduate teaching and research institution created by all five public universities in Barcelona (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Universitat de Barcelona, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya) and CIDOB (Barcelona Centre for International Affairs). IBEI supports research in all fields of international politics, international relations, international security, foreign policy, globalization, development and inequalities. IBEI is an equal opportunities employer. IBEI holds the HR Excellence in Research distinction from the European Commission, which recognises the institute's efforts to create a stimulating and favourable work environment and its commitment to continuously improve human resources policies. Further information about IBEI and its Master's programmes can be obtained at www.ibei.org