CAREER DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIP IN EARLY MODERN HISTORY
The Queen’s College, University of Oxford, is offering a a fixed-term (non-renewable) Career Development Fellow (CDF) in Early Modern History for three years with effect from 1 October 2021.
The Fellow will be required: (i) to pursue a programme of advanced research in early modern History; (ii) to teach six contact hours per week for the College or, should the hours required by Queen’s be less, for other colleges, either under an exchange arrangement or in return for tuition fees to be remitted to the College; (iii) to mark College examinations, play a full part in the admissions process, and to assist in the pastoral care of undergraduates reading the subject; and (iv) to contribute to College Open Days and outreach activities (v) to contribute to the development of the subject within the College, and to undertake such other duties as the Governing Body may direct.
The Fellowship is intended to support those at an early stage of their academic careers. Candidates must have completed their doctorate (i.e. passed the doctoral examination) no earlier than 31 August 2018 and no later than 31 August 2021.
We are committed to fostering equality, diversity and inclusiveness. We particularly encourage applications from women, disabled people and people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, as these groups are currently under-represented in the College's academic staff.
Salary and Allowances:
The salary for this post is £33,000 per annum (under review). A personal research allowance of £1,565 per annum is provided by the College for research activities such as conference attendance, research assistance, and the purchase of books, computer equipment and software. The College will provide a non-residential study room on the main site in central Oxford.
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