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The University is committed to equality of opportunity.
Any job application submitted with a curriculum vitae should be accompanied by a Cover Sheet for Employment (Form PD18) which can be downloaded from http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/personnel/forms/pd18, or may be obtained in hard copy from the advertising Department or Faculty.
Appointments made at University Lecturer level will be for an initial period of three or five years, with the possibility of reappointment to the retiring age, subject to satisfactory performance. The pensionable scale of stipends for a University Lecturer is currently £24,820 to £38,303 a year.
Applications are invited for a University Lectureship in the Department of Biological Anthropology. The prime criterion for appointment will be excellence in research and teaching in this area. The Department expects to appoint someone who will develop a strong research programme in some aspect of primatology in the context of biological anthropology.
Further information about current research in the Department, this post, and an application form may be obtained at http://www.bioanth.cam.ac.uk/ or from Mr Howarth Penny, Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3DZ (tel. 01223 339001, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org), to whom applications should also be sent.
Applications (twelve copies) should include an application form, a curriculum vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests, and a full list of publications, as well as the names and addresses of three referees who can be contacted. The closing date for applications is 18 February. It is hoped that the successful applicant will start on 1 October 2005.
Applications are sought for a University Lectureship in Modern European Economic History, c.1750-c.1914. In the first year the appointee is likely to carry out most of his/her undergraduate teaching for Part I of the Tripos, in the form of lectures and supervision, but there will be an opportunity in due course to offer a Part II paper more closely related to his/her research interest.
The appointee will also play a part in the provision of lectures, classes, and supervision for M.Phil. courses within his/her fields of expertise, particularly those in Early Modern History and Historical Studies. He/she will be expected eventually to take a turn in administrative tasks in the Faculty. Appointment will be from 1 October 2005 or as soon as possible thereafter.
The closing date for applications is 25 February. Candidates should ask their referees to send their reports direct to the Secretary of the Appointments Committee, Faculty of History, West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9EF, to reach her by 25 February. Interviews are scheduled to take place in mid-March.
Applications are also invited for a twelve-month temporary lectureship in early medieval European history, to replace Professor Rosamond McKitterick. The lecturer will be required to contribute to the M.Phil. option 'The Carolingian Empire and its neighbours', and to the teaching of undergraduate papers in early medieval European history. Appointment will be from 1 September 2005 to 31 August 2006.
The salary for this post is £24,820. The closing date for applications is 18 February. Candidates should ask their referees to send their reports direct to the Secretary of the Appointments Committee to reach her by 18 February. Interviews are scheduled to take place in early March.
Further particulars and application forms for this post may be obtained from the Secretary of the Appointments Committee, Faculty of History, West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9EF (tel. 01223 335350, e-mail email@example.com), to whom applications (twelve copies) should be sent so as to reach her by the relevant closing date. Applications should include a curriculum vitae indicating any teaching experience, a list of important publications and major pieces of unpublished work, and the names of three referees. Information about the Faculty of History may be obtained from http://www.hist.cam.ac.uk/.
Applications are invited from outstanding researchers for a Research Councils (UK) Research Fellowship in South Asian Archaeology recently awarded to the Department of Archaeology.
The Fellowship has been established by the Research Councils to provide a new route into academic careers for the most promising researchers. A Fellow will undertake one or more research projects, with some teaching duties, over the first five years of the appointment. At the end of the five-year Fellowship, it is anticipated that the appointment will be converted to a full University Lectureship, subject to appointments committee procedures.
The Fellowship is open to research workers who have existing funding, to holders of current grants and Fellowships, and to those without current research support. In addition, candidates should be able to demonstrate that they have a viable research plan which will involve the generation of additional research funds. Candidates should have a Ph.D. Degree and postdoctoral experience. For further information on the scheme, please see http://www.rcuk/acfellow.
The Fellow is intended to develop and broaden the Department's existing research strength in South Asian Archaeology. The successful candidate will be expected to take up appointment between 1 April and 30 September 2005. The current pensionable scale of stipends for this post is in the range of £20,540 to £23,643 (Research Associate scale) a year, rising by annual increments thereafter.
Further particulars may be obtained from Howarth Penny, Secretary of the Appointments Committee, Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3DZ, to whom applications (eleven copies), including a two-page outline of proposed research, a curriculum vitae, the names, addresses, telephone/fax/e-mail details of three referees, a one-page statement of research interests, and a full list of publications should be sent, to reach him by 7 March.
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Cambridge University Reporter 26 January 2005
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