Employment: Lecturer in Early Medieval English Literature, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures The University of Manchester

Closing date 1st June 2014

Lecturer in Early Medieval English Literature
School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
The University of Manchester -Faculty of Humanities

Closing date: 01/06/2014
Reference: HUM-04549
Faculty / Organisational unit: Humanities
School / Directorate: School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
Employment type: Permanent
Location: Oxford Road, Manchester
Salary: £33,563 to £46,400 per annum
Hours per week: Full timeYou will conduct research in an aspect of early medieval English literature (i.e. 8th to 11th century). You will also design research-led undergraduate modules in early medieval literature, and in addition contribute lectures and seminars (relevant to your field) to large undergraduate modules. You will also supervise postgraduate research students in medieval studies (as well as contributing to supervisory teams in other areas).Applicants in any area of Early Medieval English literary studies are invited to apply.Working under the supervision of the Head of Division and the Head of School, you must be able to collaborate closely with colleagues in the delivery of teaching and learning, and be willing to take a share of responsibilities for student progress and academic management.
Informal enquiriesInformal enquiries can be made to Dr David Matthews, Senior lecturer in Middle English Literature and Culture:
Telephone: 0161 275 7973
The University of Manchester values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.Further particulars
Further particulars including job description and person specification are available on the University of Manchester website – click on the ‘Apply’ button here.



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