|Salary:||£40,745 to £45,737 per annum|
|Placed On:||21st March 2023|
|Closes:||17th April 2023|
The School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies (SPAIS) is seeking to appoint an outstanding early career researcher and teacher with interests in digital sociology and the sociology of either gender, race, ethnicity or migration, to the post of Pathway 1 (Research and Teaching Focused) Lecturer in Digital Sociology.
The successful candidate will have a track record of high-quality research and publications, and demonstrable potential to successfully engage in research grant-capture to pursue an ambitious research agenda. They will be expected to contribute to and innovate SPAIS’s teaching provision in Sociology.
They will join a highly collegial, interdisciplinary School that is committed ethically and intellectually to theoretical and methodological pluralism and to promoting diverse approaches to the study of Sociology. In recent years, we have made substantial investments in socio-digital and socio-technical work to advance ambitious and innovative research and teaching in this area. We are keen to attract talented individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds to join us in these endeavours. We are committed to creating and sustaining a positive and supportive working environment where staff are equally valued and respected and supported to thrive.
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For informal queries please contact:
Professor Therese O’Toole, Head of the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, Therese.OToole@bristol.ac.uk
Dr Sveta Milyaeva, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on Monday 17th April 2023.
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