Employment: Assistant Medieval English Literature, University of Lausanne

Closing date 18 April 2013

Assistant Position Medieval English Literature,
English Department,
The Faculty of Letters,
University of Lausanne.

Faculté des lettres
The Faculty of Letters of the University of Lausanne invites applications for the following position in the English department:

100% assistant position in medieval English literature in the English department of the University of Lausanne

Entrée en fonction: 01.08.2013
Durée du contrat: One-year contract, followed by two-year contract, renewable once only, for a total of five years.
Taux d’activité: 100%
Lieu de travail: University of Lausanne, English department, 1015 Lausanne – Dorigny

Profil souhaité:
Applicants must have a Master’s degree in English at the time of appointment with an ability to teach both Old and Middle English languages and literatures. Advanced skills in English are required.

Description des tâches:
50% administration and teaching for the Department of English; 50% individual doctoral research.
Dossier de candidature:

Applications should be sent by email to Denis Revevey (Denis.Renevey@unil.ch). They should include a CV, a letter explaining interest in the position, a three to four pages description of the planned doctoral project the candidate wishes to pursue, and a copy of the Master’s degree.

Délai de candidature: 18.04.2013

Contact
Denis Renevey
Professor of Medieval English Language and Literature
Section d’Anglais – Anthropole
Université de Lausanne
CH-1015 Lausanne
Denis.Renevey@unil.ch

https://applicationsw.unil.ch/adminpub/?MIval=PoIntHome&TypelC=811&PoId=2884

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