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Lecturer (Teaching & Scholarship) in Eighteenth-Century and Public History

Department
History
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Fixed term
Salary
39,609 a year
Posted Date
03/05/2019
Apply by
09/06/2019
Job Reference
7576
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Role Description

Following the award of a Leverhulme Research Fellowship to Dr Hannah Greig, the Department seeks to appoint a Teaching and Scholarship Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century and Public History. The position is based in the Department of History, Heslington, and available from 16 September 2019 - 15 September 2021.

You will be responsible for developing and delivering teaching across the Department within the area of Eighteenth-Century and Public history, contributing to the planning, design and delivery of teaching across a range of modules, as well as undertaking teaching-related administrative and managerial duties. You will also investigate innovative teaching, learning and assessment methods and techniques in the sector generally, bringing new insights to the department and disseminate excellent teaching practices e.g. through discipline or inter-disciplinary groups both within and beyond the University.

You should have a PhD in history or a cognate discipline relevant to the post, with a preference for an understanding of public history, including experience of public engagement and /or working with relevant organisations such as the heritage sector. You should also ideally hold an appropriate teaching qualification with proven experience of successful planning, design and delivery of teaching across a range of modules at undergraduate, and preferably, postgraduate level.

We particularly welcome applications from BME applicants.

The starting salary will be £39,609 a year on grade 7 of the University’s salary scales.

The Department is committed to 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, and in departmental posts, career development, and promotion. The Department has been awarded a Bronze Athena Swan award.

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

Closing date: midnight on 9 June 2019

The University is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community  – a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit. We offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, staff engagement forums, campus facilities and services to support staff from different backgrounds.

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