|Salary:||£37,099 to £44,263|
|Placed On:||2nd November 2023|
|Closes:||30th November 2023|
Fixed term, 35 hours per week
1 May 2024-30 April 2025
We are looking for a Teaching Fellow in Human Osteoarchaeology (Bioarchaeology). This post is designed to replace the teaching of a full-time member of academic staff during a period of research leave (1 May 2024 – 30 April 2025). The post-holder will play a leading role in the teaching of human osteoarchaeology (bioarchaeology), at postgraduate and undergraduate level; contribute to the delivery of the MSc in Human Osteoarchaeology and undertake teaching-related administration, including organisation of MSc-level and honours courses.
This post is advertised as full-time (35 hours per week).
This post is designed to replace the teaching of a full-time member of academic staff during a period of research leave (1 May 2024 – 30 April 2025).
The post-holder will be expected to act as the course-organiser for four existing courses on honours and/or MSc level (“Analytical Methods in Human Osteoarchaeology” (MScT); “Skeletal Pathology” (MScT) and “Social Bioarchaeology: Living Conditions, Lifestyles and the Impact of Disease in the Past” (MScT); “Ancient Bodies: Archaeological Human Remains in their Social and Cultural Context” (UGHons)). In addition, the post-holder will contribute to core pre-honours courses such as “Archaeology 1A”, “Archaeology 2B: Archaeology in Action” and “The Human Skeleton in Archaeology and Forensic Science: Investigating Death and the Dead”, and to other courses at honours and MSc level (“Research Sources and Strategies in Archaeology/Bioarchaeology” (MScT) as required. The successful candidate will also supervise undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations.
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