Lincoln College invites applications for a 5-year, non-renewable, Darby Fellowship in Modern History with effect from 1 September 2020, or as soon as possible thereafter, until 31 August 2025. This post is intended to provide a career development opportunity for a scholar in the early stages of an academic career. Applicants should have recently obtained a doctorate in an appropriate area, or will have submitted their doctoral thesis for examination by 1 September 2020. She/he should have some experience in teaching History at university level. Preference may be given to researchers in the area of British history post-1815.
The Darby Fellow will be required to provide up to 12 weighted hours tutorial teaching per week averaged over the academic year, to act as advisor to a limited number of graduate students in History. The Fellow will pursue a programme of original research and share in the organisation of History teaching within the College. He or she will also be a member of the Governing Body of, and a Trustee of, the College.
Salary and allowances: £33,797 p.a. in year 1 rising by annual increments to £38,017 in year 5; full Common Room rights, hospitality credit, access to the College Research and Equipment Funds and membership of the USS pension scheme.
Further particulars and application forms may be downloaded from the College website: www.lincoln.ox.ac.uk/Darby-Fellow-in-History. Applications must be submitted to the college via: firstname.lastname@example.org by 12.00 midday on Friday 13 March 2020. Application forms in alternative formats may be requested from the above email address, the completed forms to be received in College by the same date.
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