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St John's College


Applications are invited from suitably qualified men and women for a stipendiary College Lectureship in Classics, with effect from 1 October 2001. The Lectureship will be for one year in the first instance, with the possibility of extension for two further years. The post requires up to six hours' teaching a week to first- and second-year undergraduates in the Greek and Latin languages. This teaching will supplement the intercollegiate language classes organized by the University for courses 1A and B, the Greek beginners' classes organized by the University for course 1B, and any other language classes required as part of the Mods curriculum, in Michaelmas and Hilary Terms of the first year. The Lecturer will also be expected to share pastoral duties and to participate in the undergraduate admissions process.

The salary will be pro rata (one-half) on the incremental scale £18,731 - £20,465, and will be subject to revision in line with any general salary increases. The Lecturer will have the right to three lunches and two dinners a week in the Senior Common Room, to a shared teaching room, and to certain College benefits and allowances.

It is anticipated that interviews will be held on Friday, 26 January 2001.

There are no further particulars for this post, but informal enquiries about the scope of the teaching can be directed to Dr Malcolm Davies (tel. 01865 277382). Applications (original plus five copies), including a curriculum vitae and the names and addresses of three referees, should be sent to the Academic Administrator, St John's College, Oxford, OX1 3JP. Applicants should ask their referees to write directly to the Academic Administrator, and both applications and refer-ences should reach the College no later than Friday, 12 January 2001.

St John's College is an equal opportunities employer.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 13 December 2000
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