The Associate Professor in Heritage Studies will be a member of staff at the UCL Institute of Archaeology but will also join the team delivering the new BA Heritage, a flagship multidisciplinary programme for UCL's new campus at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic park. The post holder will play an important role in the delivery of the BA Heritage. They will contribute to the development of and convene a range of core and optional modules for the degree programme, these are likely to include (but are not limited to) modules "What is Heritage?" and "Making, Mending and Managing Heritage", as well as contributions to other team-taught modules.The successful candidate will need to be academically agile and able to teach on a broad range of topics in relation to heritage studies at undergraduate level, both individually and as part of a team. Further information regarding the position and the application procedure is available at bit.ly/3qZSIi5.