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Vacancies in the University

The University is committed to equality of opportunity and has a policy on arrangements for part-time work.

UNIVERSITY OFFICES

Applications are invited for the following University offices:

University Lecturer in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

University Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, to take up appointment as soon as possible. The vacancy arises through the election of Dr P. H. Haynes to the Professorship of Applied Mathematics. Candidates are expected to have an outstanding record of personal research; preference may be given to those whose research is in Fluid or Solid Mechanics, Nonlinear Dynamics, or Mathematical Biology.

Appointment made at University Lecturer level will be for three or five years in the first instance, with the possibility of reappointment to the retiring age. The pensionable scale of stipends for a University Lecturer is £21,435 a year, rising by eleven annual increments to £33,058 (under review).

Further information may be obtained from the Head of Department, Professor T. J. Pedley, FRS, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Silver Street, Cambridge, CB3 9EW (tel. 01223 339842, e-mail T.J.Pedley@damtp.cam.ac.uk), to whom informal enquiries may also be made. Applications (twelve copies), including a curriculum vitae, a publication list, a one-page research statement, and the full names, addresses, telephone/fax numbers, and e-mail addresses of three academic referees, should be sent to Professor Pedley by 15 June 2001. It is hoped to hold interviews and make an appointment before the end of July.

Two Assistant Library Officers (Subject Librarian for Technology and IT Support Specialist and Subject Librarian for Mathematics and Physics) in the University Library (Betty and Gordon Moore Library)

The University Library is seeking suitably qualified candidates for two posts in the Betty and Gordon Moore Library, a dependent library of the University Library, which will open in the summer of 2001. Applicants should have a good honours degree and a postgraduate qualification in library and information studies, together with experience in an academic library.

The appointments will be for five years in the first instance, with the possibility of reappointment for periods not exceeding five years at a time. The pensionable scale of stipends for an Assistant Library Officer is £16,775 a year, rising by four annual increments to £20,465 (under review).

Further details and an application form, which should be returned to the University Librarian no later than Friday, 8 June 2001, are available from the Librarian's Secretary, University Library, West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DR (tel. 01223 333046, e-mail mm405@ula.cam.ac.uk).

Assistant Registrary in the University Offices (General Board Division)

Assistant Registrary, to be seconded to the Clinical School Office (Resources Division), to take up appointment in July or as soon as possible thereafter.

The principal duties are: to lead the School's financial management and operations including the management of income from the NHS for academic commitments; to assist in developing and implementing the School's resource policies; to play the key role in operational matters including advice and guidance to Heads of Departments and academic staff and heads of academic support services on funding, research staff, and assistant staff funding and procedural matters; to supervise and provide leadership and motivation to the staff of the accounts office and to provide with them a high level of service and advice to the School's Departments and units, including the School Office Divisions; and to undertake a range of duties regarding the School's resources in general.

All aspects involve close working with the NHS. Candidates should have appropriate administrative and financial management experience, preferably within a university, research institute, or the NHS, and be educated to at least degree level.

Appointment to the post of Assistant Registrary will be for three years in the first instance, unless that requirement is waived by the Council, with the possibility of reappointment to the retiring age. The pensionable scale of stipends for an Assistant Registrary is £21,435 a year, rising by eleven annual increments to £33,058 (under review).

Further particulars may be obtained from Ms S. Pinnock, Clinical School, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 2SP (tel. 01223 336700, e-mail lmdf2@medschl.cam.ac.uk), to whom applications (ten copies) must be sent (letter and curriculum vitae), as well as the names and addresses of two referees, including the applicant's current employer, by 31 May 2001.

OTHER POSTS

Fixed-term Lecturer in the School of Education

Lecturer in Mathematics Enrichment and Communications Technology in the School of Education. A distinctive element of this post will be to act as Director of the highly successful NRICH Online Mathematics Project, initiated and established by Mrs Toni Beardon, who is due to retire. The Director will lead a large project team, managing the activities of the project and pursuing teaching and research initiatives in support of its aims. NRICH publishes a monthly on-line magazine for schools and provides free services to its worldwide and fast-growing membership.

The successful candidate will demonstrate relevant experience of mathematics education, of team leadership and management, and of educational research. He or she will have a keen interest in mathematics enrichment and the educational potential of ICT, and a commitment to develop and research new ideas and effective practice in the field.

There will be opportunities for productive collaboration with staff in the School of Education and a close working partnership with members of the Millennium Mathematics Project (MMP), based in the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, will also be expected.

The appointment is available for a fixed period of five years from 1 October 2001, or as soon as possible thereafter, and the salary will be on a level equivalent to that of a University Lecturer (£21,435 to £33,058 a year, under review). The closing date for applications is 8 June 2001.

Informal enquiries can be addressed to Mrs Toni Beardon (e-mail lab11@cam.ac.uk), or to Dr Kenneth Ruthven, Deputy Head of School (e-mail kr18@cam.ac.uk), and further information about both projects and the School of Education can be found on http://nrich.maths.org, http://mmp.maths.org and http://www.educ.cam.ac.uk. Application forms and further details are available from the School of Education, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, CB2 2BX (tel. 01223 369631, e-mail pam26@cam.ac.uk).

Teaching Fellowships in the Faculty of Economics and Politics

Applications are invited for five Teaching Fellowships in the Faculty of Economics and Politics for one year beginning in October 2001. Graduate Students of the University are eligible to apply for such Fellowships. Applicants should be able to provide supervisions for the following papers in the Economics Tripos: Part I, Paper 5, British Economic History; Part II, Paper 7, Banking, Money, and Finance; Part II, Paper 8, Public Economics; Part II, Paper 9, The Economics of Underdeveloped Countries; Part II, Paper 10, Industry.

Candidates appointed to Teaching Fellowships will be expected to supervise 80-100 hours for one of the above Tripos papers. The Faculty will make a payment for this supervision, in addition to the usual supervision rate, which will be paid by the Colleges. The Faculty will also make a one-off grant towards teaching expenses. The primary responsibility of Teaching Fellows will be to provide supervisions for specific papers, but if there is insufficient demand for supervision in that area to warrant the input of a Teaching Fellow then he or she will be expected to teach for a core paper for Part I of the Economics Tripos and/or a core paper for the Preliminary Examination to Part II of the Economics Tripos.

For further information, please contact the Faculty Secretary and consult the Faculty's website (http://www.econ.cam.ac.uk/).

Applications, including a curriculum vitae giving relevant experience, should be submitted to the Faculty Secretary, Faculty of Economics and Politics, Austin Robinson Building, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 9DD, by Friday, 1 June 2001. Applications should state clearly for which of the five papers set out above, and for which core papers in Part I and/or Prelims, the applicant is willing to supervise.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 10 May 2001
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