Teaching and Working with Us
PS2 offers a diverse range of professional opportunities for Social Service professionals and support staff without walls or glass ceilings.
No matter what position you occupy in the Institute, you will receive support and regular feedback during your employment, allowing you to grow and develop, excel in your career, and make an impact.
The working environment is friendly and supportive, and we want to make sure it remains that way. We place great value on the diversity of our people, looking for the most skilful and promising individuals from a range of backgrounds, cultures, interests, and opinions. That means you’ll be allowed to thrive in a supportive, highly inclusive environment that encourages individuality and rewards initiative.
We are always keen to hear from those who feel they have the qualities and a social science background that would interest us.
Positions become available for online course moderators if you hold.
- A master’s degree in any social science subject and ten years post-qualification experience in the public sector or a reputable private sector firm.
- If you have taught at the tertiary level in any subject areas listed in our programme curriculum, we will consider your application further.
- PhD students in their final year of study with two years of experience teaching at the tertiary level in any related subjects as listed in the programme curriculum.
Please email a 750-word letter of interest explaining your essence in the last ten years and how you can contribute to our vision. firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will be sent rubrics of our benchmark standards for online course moderation and booked in for a virtual interview if your application is successful.
Equal Opportunities Employer:
We are committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all and developing a diverse and talented workforce. We are an equal opportunities employer and positively encourage applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of race, religion, ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, or age. We seek talent!
We are interested in hearing from scholars and institutions in social science, behavioural science, social science, the humanities, and fields related to our mission from host countries and beyond. We are open to ideas and collaboration and look forward to a formal proposal describing how you feel you can contribute.