Employment: Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in Early Modern British or European History (1500-1750), Northumbria University

Closing date 5th August 2013

Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in Early Modern British or European History (1500-1750),
Faculty of Arts, Design and Social Sciences,
Northumbria University.

Ref ADS12/40
Full Time
Newcastle upon Tyne

Salary: Senior Lecturer: £37,382 – £45,941;  Lecturer: £32,267 – £36,298

The Faculty of Arts, Design and Social Sciences is a vibrant and highly research active community of academics  within Northumbria University. The Faculty combines both traditional scholarship and dynamic creative practice, and supports the University’s mission to be a research rich, business-facing, professional university. The successful candidate will join the Department of Humanities, which embraces History, Literature, American Studies, Creative Writing and Linguistics. The Department and the History subject group have expanded significantly in the past few years and has an impressive record in terms of high-profile publications and grant capture.

You will be able to demonstrate excellence or potential excellence in any field of early modern history. You will be educated to PhD level, be committed to high quality research and teaching, and be in a position to contribute to Northumbria’s submission to REF 2014.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Professor Richard Terry, Head of Department richard.terry@northumbria.ac.uk

To download an Application Form please click on the ‘Apply’ button.

Northumbria University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.

Closing Date:  5th August 2013

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