Permanent Part Time (0.6 FTE)
The School of Humanities and Educational Studies seeks to appoint a 0.6 Lecturer in Prehistoric Archaeology, preferably with a research specialism and/or teaching experience in Holocene prehistory. The successful candidate will be expected to deliver undergraduate modules at all levels in this area of expertise, as well as to contribute to teaching archaeological skills, research methods and on the Archaeology pathway in the Arts and Humanities foundation year. The postholder will report to the Archaeology Subject Lead, and work closely with other members of the Archaeology team, as well as with colleagues in the cognate discipline of History.
Your responsibilities will include playing a commensurate role in the collaborative development of an inclusive curriculum, and in the enhancement of the student experience; to that end, you will be required to provide pastoral, as well as academic, support to students, and contribute to the management of the Archaeology course. You must be able to demonstrate a sense of initiative, creativity and judgment in applying appropriate approaches to teaching and learning support, and other scholarly activities.
A Ph.D. in Archaeology, a broad understanding of current developments in the field, and previous experience of HE teaching are essential requirements. An HE teaching qualification or fellowship of Advance HE, and membership of the Chartered Institute for Archaeology would also be advantageous.
The School of Humanities and Educational Studies fully subscribes to our university’s commitment to create an environment that celebrates diversity and to develop a friendly, inclusive and professional community in which everyone is heard and respected. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds.
Expected start date: September 2021
How to apply
Start date for applications: Mon 6th June 2021Closing date for applications: Fri 25th June 2021Interviews are to be held: TBC
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