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Christ's College


Applications are invited for a College Lectureship in English, associated with a Fellowship of Christ's College. Applications are welcome from candidates working in any field of English Literature; preference may however be given to those working in the period 1350-1550 or post-1700.

The College Lectureship will be tenable from 1 October 2004 for five years. The successful candidate will be expected to reside in Cambridge, to undertake at least eight hours of teaching a week for the College during Full Term, to act as Director of Studies in English if required, and to undertake research. Candidates should normally be able to teach a wide range of topics covered in Parts I and II of the Cambridge English Tripos. The basic salary for this post will be on an incremental scale between £17,942 and £26,238, 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 at the normal hourly rates for College supervision. The basic scale for a Fellow undertaking an additional four hours a week of teaching would be £19,842 to £28,138.

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 Assistant. Letters of application (no forms) should be sent to the Master's Assistant, Christ's College, Cambridge, CB2 3BU, to arrive by 2 July. These should include details of qualifications, publications, and experience, and the names and addresses of two persons who have agreed to act as academic referees. Applicants should arrange for their referees to write directly to the Master's Assistant so that references are received by the closing date of 2 July. Short-listed candidates will be asked for copies of written work and will be interviewed on 23 July or 6 August.

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Cambridge University Reporter 16 June 2004
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