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University College and The Queen's College


University College and The Queen's College propose to appoint a fixed-term stipendiary Lecturer for one academical year from 1 October 2005. The Lecturer will be required to teach up to twelve hours a week averaged over three terms, the hours to be shared between University College and The Queen's College in accordance with an agreed formula (actual contact hours may be reduced to no less than eight hours a week averaged over the three terms of the academical year by teaching some students in paired tutorials or in classes). He or she will also be required to take a full part in the administration of the subject, including admissions for the Colleges, working closely with the two Colleges' Classics Fellows.

The Lecturer must be able to teach papers in Ancient Greek History. It would be an advantage to be able to contribute to teaching papers in Classical Archaeology.

The salary will be on the stipendiary Lecturers' scale (currently £18,374 to £22,507 - pay award pending). The Lecturer will have a teaching room in University College and will be entitled to the common table at University College (lunch and dinner except Wednesday lunch-times when there is a meeting) and will also have certain common table rights at The Queen's College.

Applications, including a curriculum vitae, details of the areas in which the applicant would be able to teach, and the names and addresses of three referees, should be sent to the Senior Tutor, University College, Oxford, OX1 4BH, by 4 August. Candidates should ask their referees to write directly to the Senior Tutor or e-mail their references to college.office@univ.ox.ac.uk by the same date. Interviews will be held during the week beginning 8 August (subject to confirmation).

For details of the papers forming the Ancient History syllabus, see http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/students/index.html (under 'Handbooks').

University College and The Queen's College are equal opportunities employers.

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Cambridge University Reporter 27 July 2005
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