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Lucy Cavendish College

FELLOWSHIP AND COLLEGE LECTURESHIP IN SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES

Lucy Cavendish College invites applications from women* for a Fellowship and College Lectureship in Social and Political Sciences, with effect from 1 October 2004 or as soon as possible thereafter. Lucy Cavendish College admits women of 21 years and over as undergraduates and graduates. The successful candidate will have interests in teaching and research in any branch of Social and Political Sciences and will be expected to teach across a range of undergraduate courses. Experience of teaching mature students would be welcome.

The appointment will be for a fixed term of three years, and is subject to the Statutes and Ordinances of the College which include residence requirements.

The stipend of the College Lecturer, which is pensionable under USS, will be at a point on a scale from £22,191 to £25,451, depending on experience. Additional payments are made for Direction of Studies.

This appointment has been made possible through the generosity of Trinity College, Cambridge.

Further details of the post, application forms, and referees' forms can be obtained by sending a stamped, addressed envelope (clearly marked STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL, CTO SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES) to the Tutorial Assistant, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, CB3 0BU, or by e-mail from jmr41@cam.ac.uk, to whom application forms (six copies) should be sent no later that 5 p.m. on Friday, 20 February. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure that their referees have written directly to the College (on the appropriate form) by the closing date. The forms are also available for downloading and printing from the College Website at http://www.lucy-cav.cam.ac.uk/.

* By the Employment Act 1989, the College has exemption from the provisions of the Sex Discrimination Act, 1975, with regard to gender.


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Cambridge University Reporter 28 January 2004
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