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St John's College


St John's College invites applications from suitably- qualified men and women for a five-year fixed-term Supernumerary Teaching Fellowship in Philosophy (without membership of Governing Body), with effect from 1 October 2004. The person appointed will be expected to teach undergraduates up to a maximum of ten hours each week during term, and to play a full part in the organization of philosophy teaching in St John's College for undergraduates reading for the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Degree, Literae Humaniores, and various joint Schools (see further particulars for full details).

The successful candidate will also share in pastoral duties and the undergraduate admissions process. The election to the Fellowship will be for one year in the first instance, renewable subject to a satisfactory report on the specific duties. No duties are required for the University, and the approval of the College must be sought before any are undertaken. A year of sabbatical leave will be offered as the final year of the appointment to permit the Fellow to further his or her research.

The person appointed will have obtained his or her doctorate by 1 October 2004, and will be expected to engage in original research. The annual salary will be on the incremental scale of £22,191 to £25,451 (under review).

Further particulars are available from the College website at http:/www.sjc.ox.ac.uk/ or the College Office (e-mail college.office@sjc.ox.ac.uk). Applications (original, plus seven copies), including a curriculum vitae and the names, addresses, and e-mail 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 references should reach the College no later than Thursday, 22 January 2004.

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Cambridge University Reporter 10 December
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