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St Catherine's College

STIPENDIARY LECTURESHIP IN PHILOSOPHY

St Catherine's College proposes to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Philosophy from 1 October 2004. The Lectureship will be for one year in the first instance with the possibility of renewal for a further year.

The Lecturer will be expected to teach (in tutorials and classes) up to twelve hours a week averaged over the three terms (twenty-four weeks) of the academical year. He or she will be required to teach two of the following Preliminary Examinations subjects (first-year courses): Logic, Mill, and General Philosophy; two of the following Final Honour School papers (second- and third-year courses): History of Philosophy from Descartes to Kant, Knowledge and Reality, and Ethics; plus at least another two Final Honour School papers. In addition, he or she will be expected to act as the senior subject tutor in Philosophy, playing a full role in the running of Philosophy in the College, including arranging tuition, participating in the admissions process, setting and marking College examinations, and the pastoral care of undergraduates.

The Lecturer will be a member of the Senior Common Room and will be entitled to twelve meals a week during term time and during the admissions exercise in December, and two lunches and two dinners outside term, free of charge. The annual stipend will be £18,036 (pay award pending) and will be pensionable. A shared teaching room will be available in College.

Further particulars may be obtained from http://www.stcatz.ox.ac.uk/college_administration/vacancies/ or, in case of difficulty, from the Academic Registrar, St Catherine's College, Oxford, OX1 3UJ (e-mail academic.registrar@stcatz.ox.ac.uk). The closing date for applications is 19 May.

St Catherine's College and the University of Oxford are equal opportunity employers.


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Cambridge University Reporter 28 April 2004
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