Employment: Lecturer in Early Modern History, University of Hull

7th August 2015

Lecturer in Early Modern History,
University of Hull.

With a strong commitment to high-quality teaching and learning, this is your opportunity to play a key role in the continued success of the Department of History. Delivering specialist teaching at undergraduate level, we will support your professional ambitions and career development.

The Department of History is internationally recognised for the quality of its teaching and its vibrant research culture. With over 30 members of staff, we provide a unique range of undergraduate courses and opportunities for research development. Our BA and MA programmes embrace specialist themes such as global history, history of art, maritime history, military history and twentieth century history. We are also part of a university that is investing in its future – and this is you chance to develop your career with us.

With a PhD in History (or similar) and experience in designing, delivering and assessing undergraduate learning modules in early modern European history, it is expected that you will also be able to contribute to provision of historical survey courses.

This post is fixed-term for ten months.

The start date for this post is anticipated to be 1 September 2015.

Interviews are anticipated to be as soon as possible after the closing date.

To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor David J Starkey T 01482 465882 Ed.j.starkey@hull.ac.uk.

For information about the department visit www.hull.ac.uk/history.

Further details:

The University of Hull is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in every aspect of our recruitment processes.

Hull will be UK City of Culture in 2017. The University of Hull was part of the City of Culture team throughout the bidding process and remains a key player in Hull’s cultural heritage. The campus will be the venue for City of Culture events, and its alumni, students and staff will be personally involved.

Apply online here.

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