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JOHN COLLIER COLLEGE LECTURESHIP IN LAW

The College invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the John Collier College Lectureship in Law. The successful applicant will be elected to a Fellowship and will be expected to teach small groups of students for twelve hours a week (over 20 weeks of the academical year), and to assist in supervising, directing studies, and undergraduate admissions. Preference may be given to those able to teach one of (a) Public Law; (b) Tort; (c) Criminal Law; or (d) Contract Law/Commercial Law, in addition to one other paper in the Law Tripos.

The appointment will take effect from 1 September 2007, but no later than 1 October 2007, for three years in the first instance. An earlier appointment date might be negotiated. The stipend for this post will be related to the University scale for academic appointments, plus various College emoluments.

Applications should include a curriculum vitae and a statement of research. Applications and confidential references (one teaching referee and two research referees) must be received by the Master by 16 April 2007. It is anticipated that the final interviews will be held between 23 and 27 April. Further particulars are available on the College website at http://www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/about/current_vacancies.asp, or from Ginny Swepson (tel. 01223 332540, fax 01223 765157, e-mail vfab2@cam.ac.uk) at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, CB2 1TJ.

FELLOWSHIP IN NATURAL SCIENCES (BIOLOGICAL)

The College wishes to appoint a Fellow in Natural Sciences (Biological), who currently holds an existing teaching and/or research appointment in the University, with effect from 1 October 2007 (or as soon as possible thereafter), for up to three years in the first instance. Candidates may be specialists in any field of the biological sciences, with the Fellowship to be held concurrently with their departmental post. The successful candidate will assist in supervising and directing studies in biological subjects of the Natural Sciences Tripos, as well as student admissions.

Particular consideration will be given to candidates able to teach courses in one or more of the following areas: animal biology, biochemistry and molecular biology, biology of cells, ecology, evolution and behaviour, developmental biology, experimental psychology, genetics, neurobiology, molecular and cellular biology, pathology, pharmacology, physiology, plant sciences, or zoology. A moderate stipend will be provided, together with the usual privileges of a Fellowship.

Applications should include a curriculum vitae and a statement of research. Applications and two confidential references (one teaching reference would be preferred), must be received by the Master by 27 April 2007. Candidates are likely to be invited to an informal meeting in early May. Further particulars are available on the College website at http://www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/about/current_vacancies.asp, or from Ginny Swepson (tel. 01223 332540, fax 01223 765157, e-mail vfab2@cam.ac.uk) at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, CB2 1TJ.


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Cambridge University Reporter 21 March 2007
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