Employment: Teaching Associate in Medieval History, University of Sheffield

Closing date 9th June 2014

Teaching Associate in Medieval History,
University of Sheffield.

Contract Type: Fixed-term, from 1 September 2014 to 30 June 2015

Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Closing Date: 9 June 2014

The Department of History is seeking to appoint to a fixed-term Teaching Associate in Medieval History.

The post-holder will deliver teaching and carry out assessment and evaluation of modules at all undergraduate levels. Specifically the successful candidate will be required to take full responsibility for delivery of a level 3 special subject: HST3115/3116 King Alfred the Great – Between Vikings and Franks; a level 2 document option: HST2023 1066 And All That; and a level 2 option: HST204 Warriors, Saints and Heroes in Early Medieval Britain; supervise dissertations arising from the special subject; contribute to other teaching as necessary; mark coursework and examinations as required.

You will have a good honours degree and will have completed the requirements for a PhD (or have equivalent experience) in a relevant subject area.  You will also have excellent communication skills and organisational skills with a proven teaching ability at undergraduate level and a willingness to collaborate with colleagues in teaching and administration endeavour.

The post is fixed-term with a start date of 1 September 2014 and an end date of 30 June 2015.

To apply for this job please click here and search for the job using the reference number provided or to view current vacancies and apply online please go to: www.sheffield.ac.uk/jobs.

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