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St Edmund Hall: Stipendiary Lecturer in Politics

University of Oxford

Location: Oxford
Salary: Not Specified
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 22nd May 2019
Closes: 19th June 2019

St Edmund Hall, Oxford proposes to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Politics (Political Theory or British Politics and Government) from Michaelmas Term 2019 to the end of Trinity Term 2020. This is a fixed-term post pending review of the College’s lecturership arrangements.

The Lecturer will be responsible with Professor Karma Nabulsi, the Politics Fellow, for the organisation of the tuition and pastoral arrangements for students studying Politics. The successful candidate will be required to provide three hours undergraduate tutorials and classes per week during term for St Edmund Hall.

The Lecturer will work with the Tutorial Fellows in the organisation of outside tutors, monitoring the progress of students, writing and receiving reports, organising internal College examinations (Collections), writing references and contributing towards the College’s framework of pastoral care for students. In addition, the Lecturer will be expected to take part in undergraduate admissions, including Open Days; assist in assessing the applications of Visiting Students in Politics; and act as a graduate adviser.

Candidates must be able to offer either teaching for the Political Theory component of the PPE Prelims course and the Theory of Politics core paper in the Honour School of PPE and MHP, or the Political Institutions component of the PPE Prelims, and the British Politics and Government core paper. The ability to teach any Politics Further Subjects (optional papers) would be an advantage.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should read the Further Particulars document, complete the Personal Information Form and send a CV together with a covering letter, which explains how they meet the selection criteria for the post, by email to recruitment@seh.ox.ac.uk by noon GMT on Wednesday 19 June 2019.

Candidates should request two referees to write to the same email address by that date.

It is expected that interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place in the week beginning 24 June 2019.

Please also consider completing an Equal Opportunity Monitoring Form. Submission of this form is voluntary and does not form part of the selection process, but we would be grateful if you are willing to return it with your application to assist us with our equal opportunity monitoring.

   
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