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No 6184

Wednesday 24 March 2010

Vol cxl No 25

pp. 669–684

Oxford Notices

New College


New College invites applications for a Career Development Fellowship in French (to be held as a Supernumerary Fellowship) for four years from 1 October 2010, based in New College, Oxford. The post-holder will be expected to engage in research, to offer eight hours a week of language and tutorial teaching for New College in any two centuries of early modern (16th to 18th Century) Literature, and to share in the administration of French in College. There is no possibility of renewal beyond 30 September 2014.

The appointment will be paid on a scale from point 1 (£30,688 a year) to point 4 (£31,769 a year). The successful candidate will also receive the Fellows Allowance of £2,860 a year, a research allowance of £700 a year, a book allowance of £536 a year, and an entertainment allowance of £180 a year. The Fellow will be a member of Governing Body and of the Senior Common Room and entitled to full rights of commons during term and vacation.

Further particulars and an application form may be obtained from the College’s website: Please address any enquiries to the Academic Administrator, New College, Oxford, OX1 3BN (tel. 01865 279548, fax 01865 279258, email The closing date for receipt of applications is 29 April 2010.

New College is an equal opportunities employer.

Oriel College


Oriel College, Oxford, is seeking to appoint a Junior Research Fellow for three years with effect from 1 October 2010. Applicants will be expected to undertake advanced study and research in any area of modern French studies (1715 to the present day); and teach for up to six hours a week during term time to under­graduates.

Further particulars may be viewed on the College’s website at The closing date for applications is 21 April 2010.

St Hilda’s College


St Hilda’s College invites applications for the post of Fixed-Term Fellowship Lecturer in English for four years from 1 October 2010. This post will provide replacement teaching while Dr Sally Mapstone, one of the College’s Fellows in English, is Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Personnel and Equality, so the appointment is for a fixed term. No University post is associated with this Fixed-Term Fellowship, which is open to women and men.

The Lecturer will be expected to teach for up to eight hours a week, averaged across the year, in Old and Middle English Literature and in the History of the English Language. The salary will be in the range of £25,469 to £34,469 a year.

Further particulars, an application cover sheet, and a recruitment monitoring form should be obtained from the College website ( or from the Academic Office, St Hilda’s College, Oxford, OX4 1DY (tel. 01865 276815, email The closing date is 5 p.m. on Wednesday, 21 April 2010; it is hoped to hold interviews in the week beginning 10 May 2010. Emailed applications will not be accepted, nor will applications received after the closing date. Emailed references will be accepted only if they are sent in the form of a scanned copy of a letter which must include a signature.

Worcester College and Lady Margaret Hall


Applications are invited for a fixed-term Lectureship in German at Worcester College and Lady Margaret Hall, tenable for one year from 1 October 2010. The Lecturer will be required to teach German language classes as well as a wide range of topics from the modern period, including German film, for up to ten hours a week during term for the two Colleges. The Lecturer will also be expected to assist with the administration of German studies at Worcester College and Lady Margaret Hall, including participation in the admissions process and undertaking the pastoral care of students.

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor of Arts single or joint honours degree in German and be close to completing, or have completed, a doctoral degree in German.

Stipend will be in the range of £20,228 to £22,766 a year, according to qualifications and experience. The Lecturer will be entitled to the use of a teaching room in Worcester College, and to senior common room membership, with free lunches and dinners.

Further particulars and information about how to apply may be obtained from the Notices section of the Worcester College website ( or from the Academic Registrar, Worcester College, Oxford, OX1 2HB (email, tel. 01865 278342). The closing date for applications, including receipt of references, is Friday, 23 April 2010. Informal enquiries may be made to the Academic Registrar.

Worcester College and Lady Margaret Hall are equal opportunities employers.

University of Oxford

Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages (in association with Hertford and St Peter’s Colleges)


The University proposes to appoint a University Lecturer in Golden Age Spanish Literature in the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages from 1 October 2010.

The successful candidate will be able to teach across the range of papers in the first-year (Prelims) course and in appropriate areas of the Final Honour School course, as well as contributing to the teaching of Spanish language, and the teaching and supervision of graduate students.

Candidates should either already have an outstanding research reputation and a publications record of international quality which will contribute substantially to the submission of the Sub-Faculty of Spanish for the Research Excellence Framework, or the clear potential for such.

The post is associated with a Tutorial Fellowship at Hertford College and a Lecturership at St Peter’s College. The successful candidate will be appointed on the Oxford Lecturer scale (combined University and College salary £42,563 to £57,201 a year).

Further information (with details of University and College duties and emoluments, background informa­tion about the Faculty and Colleges, and details of how to apply for the post) can be obtained from, or are available on request to the Recruitment Office, Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, 41 Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JF (tel. 01865 270750, email The closing date for applications is noon on Friday, 16 April 2010; interviews are likely to be held in the week commencing 17 May 2010 or thereafter.

The University is committed to equality and valuing diversity.