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College Lecturer in Modern and Medieval Languages (Italian)

Pembroke College, Cambridge

Location: Cambridge
Salary: £32,000 to £35,000
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 15th September 2020
Closes: 16th October 2020

Applications are invited for the post of College Lecturer in Modern and Medieval Languages, specialising in Italian. The appointment will be for five years, from Summer 2021, with a starting date no later than 1 October 2021, and will carry with it a full Fellowship of the College.

Applicants must have completed a doctoral degree.  The successful candidate will be expected to lead the Direction of Studies in Modern and Medieval Languages, and provide undergraduate supervision for the College in both language and literature. There will also be an opportunity for the post holder to contribute to University teaching. It is anticipated that they will also continue to be active in research.

The stipend for this position will be £32,000 - £35,000.

Fellows are offered subsidised accommodation, in College or in College-owned flats or houses; where accommodation is not required a generous housing allowance is made available and the Fellow will be provided with a study in College. The Fellowship will carry full dining rights in College, and access to additional grants to support research activities; and the Fellow will be a member of the governing body of the College.

Applications, which are required by 16 October 2020, should be made online at Informal enquiries can be made to the Senior Tutor’s Assistant, Sally Clowes, at 

Pembroke is an equal opportunity employer.

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