|Salary:||£33,796 to £38,017|
|Placed On:||17th September 2019|
|Closes:||17th October 2019|
|Job Ref:||SSE1905 - 4085|
The University of Worcester is seeking to appoint a Lecturer (Teaching) in Archaeology & Heritage Studies to join the Department of Geography, Archaeology and the Environment within the School of Science and the Environment. The Department currently offers courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Archaeology & Heritage Studies, Geography, Human Geography and Physical Geography. This is a part-time role, working an average of 22.2 hours per week on a fixed-term basis for up to 12 months.
We aim to ensure that undergraduate and postgraduate students in the School receive an outstanding student experience, and successful applicants will demonstrate a commitment to contribute to this aspiration in a very practical, flexible and innovative way. Successful applicants will form part of an enthusiastic and motivated team delivering undergraduate and postgraduate courses delivered by the School of Science and the Environment, and particularly those courses managed within the Department of Geography, Archaeology and the Environment. The post holder will teach across the range of subjects within the Department, with an emphasis on Heritage Studies. As with all School of Science and the Environment staff, the successful applicant will fully engage with recruitment and outreach activities, which will involve evening and weekend working from time to time.
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