The Department of Mathematics is a vibrant intellectual community, comprising excellent students (BSc, MSc and PhD), world-leading faculty, experienced professional services staff, and high-achieving alumni. We offer a supportive and friendly environment in which everyone can fulfil their potential. Read more about us here. Click here to see our current vacancies.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)
LSE is committed to improving equity and diversity across the School. LSE featured in Stonewall’s ‘Top 100 Employers 2019’ list. It has recently submitted an institutional Athena SWAN application. There are many supportive staff networks within the School.
Here in the Department of Mathematics we have a strong commitment to promoting Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. For example:
- we have an active EDI Committee with staff and student members.
- we have a dedicated EDI Officer in the Department.
- we are a family-friendly Department, aware and supportive of those with caring responsibilities.
- we are working towards a Departmental Athena SWAN application.
- staff are encouraged to participate in staff network groups within LSE and external organisations.
- we run regular Women in Mathematics seminars for all our staff and students to promote and enable discussions for women in STEM subjects.
Read more about the Department’s EDI policies.
Rewards and Benefits
The Department of Mathematics offers a challenging and rewarding work environment with many opportunities for professional development as well as great benefits including generous annual leave.
Finance, Projects and Facilities Officer
Join our growing professional services team as a Finance, Projects and Facilities Officer. The closing date is 8 August 2021. Find out more here.
Teaching Support Officer
Join our growing professional services team in our new role of Teaching Support Officer. The closing date is 8 August 2021. Find out more here.
Mathematics Study Adviser
We are hiring a Mathematics Undergraduate Study Adviser. The job description and person specification describe the role and the experience the postholder will have. The role is offered as an hourly paid contract at Band 6 (starts at £23.81/hour including holiday pay). The total number of hours usually offered per academic year for all elements of this work is around 120 hours including holiday pay. The contract is for one year in the first instance. Peaks of work are preparation for the start of the academic year and support around examination time.
How to apply: Those interested should send a CV outlining experience and suitability for the role to the Department Manager Kate Barker (email@example.com) by 13 August 2021 if possible. The role will start in September 2021. Some aspects can be worked flexibly and remotely but on-campus student appointments are required to carry out this role.
If you have queries about the role, please email Kate Barker or our Head of Department, Prof Jan van den Heuvel (firstname.lastname@example.org).