Pembroke College wishes to appoint a part-time, four-hour Stipendiary Lecturer (Career Development) in Pure Mathematics, from 1 September 2021 for one or two years, by agreement. The post-holder will teach tutorials in pure mathematics, especially undergraduate algebra and analysis.
In addition to the teaching of four hours of tutorials per week, during the term and averaged over the year, the Lecturer will be required to work in conjunction with the Fellows in Mathematics in arranging teaching and in the admissions process. The successful candidates should have a doctorate, or be very near completion; teaching experience and the willingness to participate in administrative activities and the pastoral oversight of undergraduates will also be taken into consideration.
The stipend will be in the range of £9,170 - £10,314 per annum for the four-hour post according to experience and qualifications. These are fixed-term career development posts aimed at offering early career academics the opportunity to gain experience in teaching and administration. The successful post-holder will benefit from mentoring, an individually agreed personal development plan, and a personal research and teaching allowance of £726.67. They will also have shared use of a teaching room, and an entitlement to take some lunches and dinners in College throughout the year. All salary and stipend figures are 2020-21 rates and are subject to annual uplift.
This is a College vacancy and the University Terms and Conditions shown elsewhere on this site do not apply to this post. Terms and conditions, along with further particulars, are available at https://www.pmb.ox.ac.uk/about-pembroke/vacancies.
Applicants should submit their curriculum vitae and a covering letter electronically to the Academic Office (email@example.com) by 12 noon on 15th April 2021. Please also ask two referees to send references by the same deadline. Interviews are planned to be held in the week commencing 26th April.
Pembroke College is an equal opportunities employer. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.