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Christ's College


Applications are invited for a College Lectureship in any branch of Economics, associated with a Fellowship of Christ's College.

The College Lectureship will be tenable from 1 October 2003 for four years. The successful candidate will be expected to reside in Cambridge, to undertake at least six hours of teaching a week for the College during Full Term (equivalent to 120 hours per academical year), to act as a Director of Studies in Economics if requested to do so by the College Council, and to undertake research. The basic stipend of a College Teaching Officer, which is linked to the national academic university lecturers' scale, will be between £14,688 and £21,463 (reviewed annually in line with the national scale), at a starting point depending on age and experience. The stipend is subject to a small deduction if the Fellow is resident in College. The basic stipend may be supplemented by additional teaching, which will be paid for at the normal hourly rates for College supervision.

Further particulars are available on the College website at http://www.christs.cam.ac.uk/ or may be requested in writing from the Master's Secretary, Christ's College, Cambridge, CB2 3BU. Letters of application (no forms) should be sent to the Master's Secretary to arrive by 15 May. These should include details of qualifications and experience, and the names and addresses of two persons who have agreed to act as academic referees. Candidates should arrange for their referees to write directly to the Master's Secretary so that references are received by the closing date of 15 May. Short-listed candidates will be asked for interview in late May. The successful candidate should be active in research and would be encouraged to work and take a full part in the activities of the Faculty of Economics and Politics, or the Department of Applied Economics. Please see http://www.econ.cam.ac.uk/ for further details.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 24 April 2003
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