|Salary:||£48,250 to £55,318|
|Placed On:||3rd August 2022|
|Closes:||30th August 2022|
You will join a dynamic Anthropology department offering a range of undergraduate and post-graduate programs in an institution specializing in the social sciences, arts and humanities. The Department has an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research as demonstrated in the results of the 2021 Research Excellence Framework. We are committed to creative, critical and publicly engaged anthropology and seek through positive action to diversify our staff, students and curriculum, repair and create new routes into learning across all levels for those who continue to experience obstacles to participation and to establish and enable more equitable forms of research and collaboration.
The appointee will be responsible for the normal teaching load of approximately 4 courses per year, including core and option courses, as well as MA and research student supervision. You will responsible for creating and convening programmes and modules as required - ensuring all aspects of a programme run smoothly.
The appointee should have experience of teaching material culture and/or museum practice showcasing a range of research methods. You should have research experience complementary to the existing provision in the Department.
Further particulars can be found on the Job Description and Specification as well as you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org regarding the post.
No agencies please.
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