Employment: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer In Late Medieval English History, University of Winchester

Closing date 11th August 2013

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer In Late Medieval English History,
University of Winchester.

Lecturer – £30,424 to £34,223 per annum

Senior Lecturer – £35,244 to £44,607 per annum

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is seeking to appoint a talented and enthusiastic late medievalist to complement existing staff specialising in Anglo-Saxon/Norman History and early medieval history.

Working within the Department of History, you will teach political and social history principally of Late Medieval England 1300-1500 in the tradition of K.B. McFarlane within the University’s current BA and MA programmes. Expertise in the records of national government, especially the inquisitions post mortem, is essential. Contributions will be made to the administration of the Department and its programmes. Preference may be given to candidates with particular expertise in the Wars of the Roses or the Hundred Years War. The post does require some evening teaching.

As our ideal candidate, you will have a doctorate and have excellent publications actual or forthcoming to qualify for entry to the Research Excellence Framework 2014. You will have experience of teaching in higher education. The capacity to teach other aspects of medieval History English or European would be advantageous as is an interest in historical pedagogy. The ability to contribute to historical methodology teaching on both BA and MA programmes is essential as are excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively.

The University is committed to the well being and development of its employees and, as such, offers an excellent staff development programme, sports facilities, and pension scheme.  

Post Number:  HSS-F07

Closing Date:  11 August 2013

Interview Date:  23 August 2013

To apply, please see college website. Please note that posts close at midnight on the date stated. Late applications will not be accepted.


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