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Lecturer in Medieval History c. 800 - c. 1200

Starting at 38,183 a year
Grade 7
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University of York - Heslington Campus
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The University of York seeks to appoint a full-time Lecturer in Medieval History (c.800 - c.1200) with a preference for European history, including the British Isles. The position is based in the Department of History, Heslington, and available from September 2017.

You will be responsible for developing and delivering teaching across the Department within the area of Medieval History; carrying out individual or collaborative research projects, leading to the production of research outputs/outcomes, and undertaking relevant administrative and managerial duties.

You should have a PhD in a field of Medieval History relevant to the post, and ideally hold an appropriate teaching qualification. It is expected that you will have an emerging publication record in a relevant field, with proven experience of taking responsibility for teaching at undergraduate, and preferably postgraduate, level.

The starting salary will be £38,183 a year on grade 7 of the University’s salary scales.

The Department is committed to promoting equality and diversity and strives to ensure the working and learning environment is welcoming, fair, and inclusive for staff and students alike - somewhere everyone can fulfil their potential. This is reflected in staff and student recruitment, in departmental posts, career development, and promotion. The Department is currently working towards an Athena Swan award

The Department of History is open to considering applications for flexible working.

Vacancy Reference: 5524


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