Departmental Lecturer in European Union Politics (145299)
The Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR) at Oxford is an internationally renowned centre of excellence for teaching and research. The study of these disciplines at Oxford has a long and distinguished history and the department is now one of the largest in the field in the UK.
The Department is now seeking to appoint a Departmental Lecturer in European Union Politics on a full-time basis. The successful candidate will provide teaching and supervision for the DPIR at the undergraduate and graduate level, while contributing to the Departmental examining and admissions processes and undertaking independent research in European Union Politics.
This post is offered on a full-time basis for a period of two years, to commence from 1 September 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter. Office space and other relevant facilities will be provided in the Department of Politics and International Relations in Oxford.
The ideal candidate will hold a relevant PhD/DPhil by September 2020 (or be close to completion). He/she will be able to provide excellent class and tutorial teaching to high-achieving students at both the undergraduate and graduate level in the field of European Union Politics, and to advise MPhil and DPhil students on their research projects. Essential criteria also include experience in carrying out independent research and a strong record of publications in highly-ranked, peer-reviewed journals or major presses, as well as an ability to commit to the full range of academic duties.
The duties, responsibilities and skills required are described in more detail in the further particulars, which also contain details on how to apply. These are available from: http://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk (Vacancy ID: 145299).
Interviews are expected to take place on Thursday, 4 June 2020. If you have any questions regarding application process please contact email@example.com .
The closing date for applications is noon (UK time) on Thursday, 23 April 2020.
Applications are particularly welcome from women, and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.Further Particulars Apply Online