College Lecturer in Modern Languages

Robinson College - University of Cambridge

(Temporary Cover – One Year Fixed Term)

Robinson College seeks to appoint a College Lecturer in Modern Languages (1.0 FTE) from 1 September 2018.  The appointment is for one year (fixed term) and will be made at 1.0 full-time equivalent (FTE). The post is designed to provide temporary cover for the Direction of Studies in MML in the College and for supervisions (small-group teaching) within the undergraduate MML course.

The successful candidate will be willing to teach a range of papers within the MML Tripos. Applications would be particularly welcome from candidates able to teach SP1 and other papers in Hispanic culture.

The College Lecturer is expected to teach for 12 hours a week during the teaching terms (the full eight weeks of the Michaelmas and Lent Terms, and the first four weeks of the Easter Term): this amounts to 240 hours of contact time. The post also requires the Lecturer to contribute to the process of undergraduate admissions, including interviews, and to take on substantial responsibility with regard to the Direction of Studies for MML in the College.

The pensionable stipend will be in the range £28,936 - £32,548, being Steps 38-42 on the University scale.

Applications, including a curriculum vitae, a statement of current research interests and teaching experience, should be sent to the Senior Tutor, Robinson College, Cambridge CB3 9AN or via e-mail to by 4 May 2018. Applicants are asked to arrange for two confidential references to be sent directly to the Senior Tutor by the same date.

Interviews will be held on Thursday 17 May

Informal enquiries about the post can be addressed to Dr. Joanna Page (email 

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