JOB: Greek Lit @ Corpus Christi (1 year)

Seen on the Classicists list:

FIXED-TERM STIPENDIARY LECTURER IN CLASSICS

Corpus Christi College proposes to appoint a fixed-term Lecturer in Classics
for the academic year 2012-13. The Lecturer will be required to teach for
the undergraduate classics degrees for up to 8 hours weekly: the need is
primarily for a specialist in Greek literature, but there will be some
literary teaching in Latin, as well as language teaching in both Latin and
Greek. The Lecturer will be expected to assist in the administration of
Classics and provide pastoral care to Classics students; he/she may also be
required to participate in admissions. The Lecturer may also be asked to
deliver up to sixteen lectures for the Faculty at no extra payment.

The Lecturer will receive a pensionable salary in the range of £24,520 –
27,578, full High Table rights for the academic year 2012-13 and an
entertainment allowance. He/she will be entitled to shared use of a
teaching room in College but not to accommodation.

Further particulars can be obtained on the College’s website:
www.ccc.ox.ac.uk/vacancies. Applications should be submitted, by email
(preferably in pdf format), to college.office AT ccc.ox.ac.uk and should
include a letter of application, a description of your teaching experience
plus a list of the papers you could teach, two items of written work,
published or unpublished, and a curriculum vitae. Applications should be
received not later than Tuesday 29 May 2012. Referees should be asked to
write directly, by email, to: college.office AT ccc.ox.ac.uk; their references
to be received by not later than 29 May. Interviews will be held in Oxford
the week beginning 11 June.

The College is an equal opportunity employer.

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