Emmanuel College Research Fellowships 2018
The Governing Body of Emmanuel College invites applications for three stipendiary Research Fellowships in any subject; all three Fellowships are for a three-year fixed term, and will commence on October 1, 2018.
Applications and referees' reports must be received by 5.00pm on Thursday 5th October 2017. Incomplete applications will NOT be accepted. Please make sure that your application and your referees' reports reach us before the closing date.
To apply, you are required to register. This enables you to save your application and revisit/edit it before submitting, or to check its status. It is recommended that you register as soon as possible.
- Submission of written work is not required at this stage (except in History, Philosophy and Theology: see below), but it is essential to have written work on hand, because those candidates whose applications are short-listed for further assessment will be invited after 13th November 2017 to submit a copy of their chosen written work electronically, plus one hard copy, which should be received at Emmanuel College no later than Monday 20th November 2017. Please ensure that your contact details on your application are kept updated at that time (preferably giving your e-mail, mobile, or telephone details).
- Candidates in History, Philosophy and Theology are required to submit up to 40,000 words of their written work by the closing date of 5.00pm on Thursday 5th October 2017. Such written work is to be submitted electronically. Shortlisted candidates in History, Philosophy and Theology will then be asked to submit both electronically and in hard copy up to 20,000 words for assessment selected from the 40,000 words submitted at the time of application.
- No interviews are held and written work is rigorously assessed.
- All submitted work should be written in English.
- In addition to submitting written work, short-listed candidates in the sciences may be asked to provide a statement from their prospective Head of Department signifying his/her willingness to accommodate the Research Fellow if elected (and thus confirming that adequate space, finance and facilities are available). This statement must accompany the written work submitted by the candidate.
- The stipend for Research Fellows is related to the national academic scale. The current stipends for pre-doctoral (resp. post-doctoral) Research Fellows is £22,161 (resp. £23,601), if the Fellow is resident in College, and £24,390 (resp. £25,830), if the Fellow is not resident in College. Pre-doctoral Research Fellows will be responsible for any University fee they incur up to the level of a UK post-graduate student; the College will contribute the difference if a higher fee is applicable. Fellows are permitted to receive additional remuneration for up to six hours College or University teaching a week.
- Additional benefits for Research Fellows will include grants for research expenses and academic travel, a book allowance, and assistance with computing facilities. Research Fellows will be given the option to live in College (although no married accommodation can be provided), and are entitled to lunch and dinner in Hall free of charge.
- Research Fellows are normally required to reside in Cambridge during Full Term. However, subject always to the permission of the Governing Body, Research Fellows may work away from Cambridge for up to three Terms during the last two years of their Fellowship, either by retaining their Fellowship on full stipend, or by intermitting their Fellowship without stipend and thereby postponing its finishing date.
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