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Non-Stipendiary Research Fellowship 2019 at the Non-Stipendiary Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge

Publish Date: Mar 18, 2019

Deadline: Apr 22, 2019


Applications are invited for a non-stipendiary Research Fellowship from 1 October 2019 for three years. 

Applicants should:

(i) have completed a PhD or have a clear expectation of doing so prior to 1 October 2019;

(ii) have completed no more than two years (f.t.e.) of postdoctoral research at the time of application;

(iii) have secured full research funding (including salary) for three years from 1 October 2019, or have a clear expectation of such funding;

(iv) have secured permission from a Department, Faculty, Institution, Laboratory or equivalent in the University of Cambridge for the use of any facilities necessary for the intended research; and

(v) have demonstrated to their funders their right to work in the UK.

Research may be in any subject area in the Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences other than those (Archaeology, Anthropology and Sociology; and History) in which another of the College’s Research Fellows is active.

The Fellowship is non-stipendiary.

Rent-free single accommodation will be offered in College, with a charge to cover services; alternatively, if the Fellow is not resident in College, study facilities will be made available and an allowance (currently £3,408) paid. A Research Fellow is a member of the Governing Body, bringing responsibilities as a Trustee of the College, and is entitled to all meals at College expense when the kitchens are open. An annual allowance of £1000 may be claimed for academic purposes including the purchase of books and computing equipment, or attendance at conferences. Additional grants may be made to assist with certain approved research expenses which are not covered by departmental, faculty or other sources.

Remuneration and Benefits 

The successful candidate will be elected to a Fellowship of the College, with which further obligations and privileges are associated; these include membership of the Governing Body of the College, the prime decision-making body which meets seven times each year. The College is an educational charity and each member of the Governing Body is a Trustee. The appointment is subject to the Statutes and Ordinances of the College. Fellows are expected to participate in the communal life and governance of the College and to promote, develop and extend the affairs and reputation of the College. All Fellows are expected to devote time to the important task of interviewing and selecting prospective undergraduate students, and to participate in relevant open days and widening participation activities. 

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