Emplyment: Roman History Lecturer, University of Manchester

Closing date 20th May 2013

Lecturer (Teaching Focused),
Roman History,
Humanities, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures,
The University of Manchester. 

Closing date :20/05/2013
Reference :HUM-02694
Faculty / Organisational unit :Humanities
School / Directorate :School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
Division :Archaeology, Religions and Theology, and Classics and Ancient History
Salary : £33,230-£36,298
Employment type :Fixed Term
Duration:10 months
Hours per week :Full Time
Location :Manchester

The University of Manchester seeks to appoint a 10-month Lecturer (Teaching Focused) in Roman History, tenable from 1 September 2013 to 30 June 2014. This position is designed to cover teaching, administrative, and related duties especially, although not exclusively, in Roman History.

The principal duties of the appointee will be to teach, assess and administer course-units in Roman History, and to supervise dissertations and long essays at undergraduate level. An ability to teach Latin language, at least at elementary level, is essential; an ability to teach Latin language at advanced levelis desirable; an ability to teach either Greek History or Greek language will be an advantage.

Informal enquiries

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Polly Low, Head of Classics and Ancient History:

Email: polly.low@manchester.ac.uk

Telephone: 0161 275 3115

The University of Manchester values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Further particulars: HUM-02694 Lecturer (Teaching Focused) in Roman History FPs   (PDF, 120 Kb)

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