Closing date 2nd May 2013
Teaching Fellow in Early Modern European History, 1650-1800
University College London -UCL History.
The appointment will be on UCL Grade 7.
The salary range will be £36,424 – £39,523 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.
UCL History, which is committed to research-led teaching and attracts highly able and motivated students, is seeking a Teaching Fellow to cover undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and assessment, plus the associated administrative and tutorial duties, while a member of staff is away on a research fellowship. The courses for which the Teaching Fellow will be responsible are as follows:Undergraduate modules: ‘Enlightenment and Revolution: Europe 1715-1805′ (full year lecture course); The Human and its Others: Enlightenment ideas of ethnicity and race’ (seminar course, each term); ‘Writing History’ (core skills course for first year undergraduates – term one). An MA module to be developed by the post holder to reflect their current research interests (term two).
This is a 10 month fixed term appointment from 1 September 2014 covering a period of research fellowship leave.Candidates must have a PhD in Early Modern European History; experience of teaching in a university History Department or equivalent; the expertise to teach the courses specified above; fluent written and spoken English; excellent communication skills; excellent organisational skills; and a commitment to equal opportunities.UCL vacancy reference: 1412615
Applicants should apply online.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact the Departmental Administrator, Claire Morley (email firstname.lastname@example.org ), (tel. +44 (0)20 7679 1341).
Closing Date: 2/5/2014
Latest time for the submission of applications: 5.00 p.m..
Interview Date: Wednesday 14 May 2014