Stipendiary Lecturerships in Pure Mathematics 2018, Lincoln College, Oxford, UK

University of Oxford


Deadline:

July 31, 2018

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STIPENDIARY LECTURERSHIPS IN PURE MATHEMATICS  

(Fixed-Term, Part-Time)

Applications are invited for two part-time, fixed-term, Stipendiary Lecturerships in Pure Mathematics:

1.   Lecturer in Algebra, 1 October 2018- 30 September 2019 (three terms)

2.   Lecturer in Analysis, 1 October 2018-31 May 2019 (two terms)

The successful candidates will be required to teach an average of 6 weighted hours per week, per term. Candidates may apply to hold both posts simultaneously.

Salary Scale: £13,248 p.a. - £14,900 per annum, according to experience.

The successful candidate(s) will have, or be in the final stages of completing, a doctorate in Mathematics and will be likely to have teaching experience at undergraduate level in mathematics in topics relevant to the advertised posts.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon (UK time) on 30th July 2018. 

FURTHER PARTICULARS

Lincoln College invites applications for 2 part-time Stipendiary Lecturerships in Pure Mathematics

1.   Lecturer in Algebra, 1 October 2018-30 September 2019 (three terms)

2.   Lecturer in Analysis, 1 October 2018-31 May 2019 (two terms)

The successful candidates will each be expected to provide tutorial teaching for an average of six hours per week, per term, over the course of the appointment. It may be possible for both posts to be held by the same person.

Duties

The Lecturer will be required as part of the ordinary duties of the post to provide tutorial teaching, under the guidance of the Senior Fellow in Mathematics, Professor Dominic Vella; to participate with Prof. Vella and Dr Moore in the organisation of teaching in Mathematics, and the pastoral supervision of undergraduates, including setting and marking College tests (‘Collections’); and to play a full part in the undergraduate admissions process in Michaelmas term.

The Lecturer in Algebra will teach the following topics from the 1st and 2nd year Undergraduate syllabus: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Algebra 3, Linear Algebra, Groups and Group Actions, Topology,

The Lecturer in Analysis will teach the following topics from the 1st and 2nd year Undergraduate syllabus: Analysis 1, Analysis 2, Metric Spaces and Complex Analysis, Integration. 

Length of tenure These are fixed-term posts, designed to cover temporary staff absence, and are not renewable.

Selection Criteria

The successful candidate is likely to have, or be in the final stages of completing, a doctorate in mathematics, and will be likely to have teaching experience, at undergraduate level, in mathematics in topics close to those noted above. 

The appointment will be subject to proof of right to work in the UK.

Remuneration

The salary offered is in the range £13,248 to £14,900 per annum, according to prior experience 

Common Room Rights:  The Lecturers may take five meals per week (excluding Domus, Guest and Chapter Day dinners), with the right to bring a guest at the lecturer’s own expense.  These rights extend from the Monday two weeks before the start of Full Term until the end of Tenth Week inclusive.

Equal Opportunities

The policy and practice of Lincoln College require that entry into employment within the College and progression within employment be determined only by personal merit and the application of criteria that are related to the duties of each particular post and the relevant salary structure.  Subject to statutory provisions, no applicant or member of staff or student will be treated less favourably than another because of their race, religion or belief, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, or age.  In all cases, ability to perform the job will be the primary consideration.

The post is subject to recruitment monitoring to ensure that the selection process is consistent with the law and the College’s Equality Policy and Code of Practice: to this end, applicants will be asked to complete a recruitment monitoring form, which will play no part in the selection process, and will not be seen by any member of the selection panel.

Application Process

Applicants should send a completed application form (see below), a letter of application, and a full curriculum vitae to the HR Administrator on hr@lincoln.ox.ac.uk 

Applications should be received no later than 12.00 noon on 30th July 2018.   Candidates should ask their referees to write on their behalf to same email address by the same deadline.

It is likely that interviews will be held in the week beginning 6th August.

 

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