Employment: Lecturer (4) in History, York St John’s University

Closing date: 25 April 2013 at 5 pm

Lecturers in History

York St John University -The Faculty of Arts

New Opportunities at York St John University

The Faculty of Arts is developing its provision in both Humanities and Media & Communication with a number of key new posts. We are looking for people who want to make a difference, who bring creativity and rigour to their teaching and who place the student at the centre of the learning experience. In return we will provide a vibrant academic environment in which all can be supported in their personal and career development.

Ref: ART/HAS/AC08/JAC

(4 full time posts) £30,424 – £35,244 pa

St Johns are looking to appoint up to four posts in History. The successful candidates will have expertise in one or more of the following areas: the ancient world; archaeology/local history; medieval Britain and Europe; early modern Britain; the post-colonial world. You will be responsible for contributing to the existing undergraduate programme as well as developing new curriculum at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

A PhD (or near completion) and publication record in a relevant subject area are essential. You will join a Faculty of Arts team committed to providing a quality student learning experience. You will engage with the research culture of the Faculty of Arts, and supervise research students, as well as undertaking administrative and marketing roles in the Faculty.

Please visit their web site, to view further details about the position and complete the electronic on-line application form.

Closing date: 25 April 2013 at 5 pm

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