Lecturer in Modern British Social History, fixed-term
The Department of History seeks to appoint a full-time, fixed-term Lecturer in Modern British Social History (19th century to the present). The position is based in the Department of History, Heslington, and available for 10 months, from 1 September 2017 until 30 June 2018.
You will be responsible for developing and delivering teaching across the Department in the area of Modern 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 Modern British 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.
Closing date: midnight on 10 May, 2017
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