Employment: Lecturer (Teaching Focused) in Classics and Ancient History, University of Manchester

Closing date: 17/11/2014
Lecturer (Teaching Focused) in Classics and Ancient History,
University of Manchester.
Reference: HUM-05498
Faculty / Organisational unit: Humanities
School / Directorate: School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
Division: Classics & Anc Hist, Archeology & Relig
Employment type: Fixed Term
Duration: 6 months
Location: Oxford Road, Manchester
Salary: £34,233 per annum
Hours per week: full time

This position is designed to cover teaching, administrative, and related duties within the Division, involving primarily some combination of courses in Classics and Ancient History.

Contribution in other areas will depend on your particular skills. The post arises as a result of the very large intake of new students in September 2014. We invite applications from candidates with interests in any area of classical antiquity and will assign teaching and assessment from among existing courses as may be most appropriate to your expertise.

Particular areas of need are in Roman history and Latin language, but candidates with others specialisms are also welcome to apply.

Interviews will take place Wednesday 3rd December 2014

Informal enquiriesInformal enquiries can be made to Dr Andrew Morrison:

Email: andrew.morrison@manchester.ac.uk

Telephone: 0161 275 3024


Professor Alison Sharrock.

Email: alison.sharrock@manchester.ac.uk

Telephone : 0161 275 3088

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

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