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Lincoln College

HARDIE POSTDOCTORAL (NON-STIPENDIARY) FELLOWSHIP IN THE HUMANITIES

Lincoln College proposes to elect a non-stipendiary postdoctoral Research Fellow in the area of Modern Languages for one year in the first instance from 1 October 2004. The Fellowship may be renewed for a second year, and is open to both men and women. The Fellowship is intended to give someone who has recently finished their doctorate the chance to continue scholarly research in Oxford, together with the possibility of undertaking some undergraduate teaching for the College in the relevant area, for which separate payment will be made at the standard rate.

The successful candidate will have full Common Room rights, and will receive a nominal statutory sum a year since this is a non-stipendiary position. Applicants are requested to provide evidence of financial independence in their applications. The successful applicant will have access to single occupancy College accommodation at his or her own expense.

Further particulars and application forms may be obtained from the College Secretary, Lincoln College, Oxford, OX1 3DR (tel. 01865 279801, fax 01865 279802, e-mail juliet.montgomery@lincoln.ox.ac.uk), to whom applications should be submitted by 12 March. Please note that applications submitted by e-mail will not be accepted.

FIXED-TERM STIPENDIARY LECTURESHIP IN CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

Lincoln College invites applications from postdoctoral graduates or from graduates in the final stages of completing a doctorate for a one-year fixed-term, Stipendiary Lectureship in Classical Archaeology with effect from 1 October 2004 to 30 September 2005. The post may be renewable for a further year. The Stipendiary Lecturer will be required to provide up to twelve hours' tutorial teaching a week averaged over the academical year.

The post-holder will be required to provide teaching to support the Classical Archaeology and Ancient History degree at Lincoln across all years of the programme. Applicants should have expertise in either Greek or Roman archaeology of the Classical period. As part of the ordinary duties of the post, the Lecturer will organize teaching for the programme, will set and mark collections, and will be expected to help with the admissions process for Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at Lincoln. The Lecturer will also be expected to help at Open Days, and to undertake general pastoral responsibilities for undergraduates following the programme at Lincoln College.

The salary offered is currently £17,126 a year. Certain Common Room rights and allowances are also offered.

Further particulars and application forms may be obtained from the College Secretary, Lincoln College, Oxford, OX1 3DR (tel. 01865 279801, fax 01865 279802, e-mail juliet.montgomery@lincoln.ox.ac.uk), to whom applications should be submitted by, 5 March. Please note that applications submitted by e-mail will not be accepted.

Lincoln College is an equal opportunities employer.


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Cambridge University Reporter 11 February 2004
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