Employment: Three Teaching Fellowships, School of History, University of St Andrews

Closing date 27th May 2013

Three Teaching Fellowships,
School of History,
University of St Andrews. 

ME1028 

Salary: £30,424 – £36,298 per annum pro rata

St Andrews are seeking to appoint three Teaching Fellows in European and Scottish/British History. Two posts will be for a historian working (A) on any aspect of the history of early modern continental Europe (16th-18th Centuries) and the third will be for a historian working (B) on any aspect of Scottish/British history (16th-18th Centuries).

The successful candidates will be required to teach at least one Third-Year Honours module and contribute to the delivery of taught postgraduate programmes as well as of introductory survey modules for students in the first or second years of study. In addition, the successful candidates may be required to supervise or assess Honours Projects (4th-year), and may undertake standard administrative tasks.

For informal enquiries only about these posts, please contact Professor Frank Lorenz Müller (flm3@st-andrews.ac.uk) [European posts] or Dr David Allan (da2@st-andrews.ac.uk) [Scottish/British post]

Closing Date: 27 May 2013

Please state clearly which position(s) you are interested in on all correspondence.

St Andrews encourage applicants to apply online via the website, however if you are unable to do this, please call +44 (0)1334 462571 for an application pack.

Please quote ref: ME1028

The University is committed to equality of opportunity.

The University of St Andrews is a charity registered in Scotland (No SC013532).

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