Position: Lecturer in Politics, Public Policy (Education and Research)
Institution: University of Exeter – College of Social Sciences and International Studies
The department wishes to appoint a Lecturer to further enrich one of the most successful public policy research groups in the UK. The successful applicant will hold a PhD (or nearing completion) or equivalent in Politics or a closely related discipline and have an independent, internationally-recognised research programme in an active field of Public Policy/Public Administration research related, or complementary, to existing Exeter strengths.
The post will involve conducting research of international quality, the delivery of outstanding teaching, and collegiate contribution to a friendly and dynamic department.
Deadlines for application : 28th August 2018.
The IIAS and its entities are proud to announce that its immediate past President, Pan-suk Kim, has been appointed by Korean PresidentJae-in Moon as a new Minister in the Ministry of Personnel Management (www.mpm.go.kr). “As a scholar specializing in personnel and administrative affairs, he has contributed to developing the nation’s public personnel system. He is strong in both theory and practical affairs,” presidential spokesman Soo-hyun Park said.
Pan suk Kim, a member of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences’ Council of Administration, served as President of IIAS, EGPA’s Umbrella organisation, between 2010 and 2013 and was a member of IASIA’s Board of Management for several years and served as a Vice Chairperson of the UN Committee of Experts on Public Administration (UNCEPA).
We wish Pan-suk Kim the best in his new position and look forwards to strengthen the ties between our Member state of Korea and the Institute.