Employment: Early Modern British History (Part-Time), Newman University

Closing date 27th June

Lecturer in Early Modern British History,
Newman University.

Part-time (0.4FTE)

Salary scale: £30,424 – £34,223 pro rata per annum

Required from August 2013, an enthusiastic historian to teach on a broad range of modules for undergraduates on the Combined and Single Honours history programmes, including supervision of dissertations and work placements.

Candidates should hold a Masters degree and/or have made significant progress towards a PhD in a relevant field, and should have experience of teaching history at undergraduate level. They will be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of the recent developments in early modern British History and have at least 2 peer-reviewed publications ready for submission to REF in December 2013.

Applicants wishing to have an informal discussion about the post should contact Dr Ian Cawood on 0121 476 1181 ext 2244, or by e-mail on i.cawood@newman.ac.uk  Further particulars can be obtained by emailing: humanresources@newman.ac.uk or telephone 0121 476 1181 ext 2398. Apply online here.

Closing date for applications:  12 noon on Thursday 27th June 2013

Interviews will be held on Friday 12th July 2013

If you have not heard from NW within four weeks of the advertised closing date, please assume that you have not been successfully shortlisted.

Newman University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NU welcome applications from candidates regardless of ethnic origin, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability, gender or age


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