B75573A - Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Later Prehistoric Archaeology
 

Salary:                    Lecturer Grade F                £33,943 to £41,709
                               Lecturer Grade G               £39,324 to 52,793
                               Senior Lecturer Grade H    £48,327 to £61,513

Closing Date:         16 August 2017

The School wishes to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Later Prehistoric Archaeology, commencing September 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. You will specialize in the later prehistoric archaeology of the British Isles and/or northern, western or central continental Europe.

We are particularly keen to develop provision of later Bronze Age and Iron Age archaeology, but applicants with specialisms in earlier periods of later prehistory will also be considered. You will be expected to offer research-led teaching in this field at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; this will include contributions to team-taught modules (undergraduate and MA). You will also be expected to contribute to the further development of postgraduate research at Newcastle and to take on a share of administrative tasks.

You must have a PhD in a relevant field and clearly developed research plans, including world-leading or internationally excellent publications that will provide a significant contribution to the university’s next submission to the Research Excellence Framework (REF). You must have experience of undergraduate teaching and the ability to respond enthusiastically and positively to students. You will be able to work as part of a team, and be willing to work collaboratively with colleagues in other disciplines in the School and University.

Newcastle University values diversity and is committed to recruiting and supporting staff and students from all sectors of society. The University holds a Silver Athena SWAN award in recognition of our good employment practices for the advancement of gender equality, and the HR Excellence in Research award.


For informal enquiries please contact Prof. Sam Turner, Head of School (sam.turner@newcastle.ac.uk), or Dr Chris Fowler, Head of Archaeology (chris.fowler@newcastle.ac.uk).

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About us: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/hca/

Faculty/Services
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Unit
History, Classics and Archaeology
Sub Unit
History, Classics and Archaeology
Staff Category
Academic (non-clinical)
Contract Type
Open Ended
Hours of Work
Full Time
Location
Newcastle upon Tyne
 
Salary:                    Lecturer Grade F                £33,943 to £41,709
                               Lecturer Grade G               £39,324 to 52,793
                               Senior Lecturer Grade H    £48,327 to £61,513

Closing Date:         16 August 2017

The School wishes to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Later Prehistoric Archaeology, commencing September 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter. You will specialize in the later prehistoric archaeology of the British Isles and/or northern, western or central continental Europe.

We are particularly keen to develop provision of later Bronze Age and Iron Age archaeology, but applicants with specialisms in earlier periods of later prehistory will also be considered. You will be expected to offer research-led teaching in this field at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; this will include contributions to team-taught modules (undergraduate and MA). You will also be expected to contribute to the further development of postgraduate research at Newcastle and to take on a share of administrative tasks.

You must have a PhD in a relevant field and clearly developed research plans, including world-leading or internationally excellent publications that will provide a significant contribution to the university’s next submission to the Research Excellence Framework (REF). You must have experience of undergraduate teaching and the ability to respond enthusiastically and positively to students. You will be able to work as part of a team, and be willing to work collaboratively with colleagues in other disciplines in the School and University.

Newcastle University values diversity and is committed to recruiting and supporting staff and students from all sectors of society. The University holds a Silver Athena SWAN award in recognition of our good employment practices for the advancement of gender equality, and the HR Excellence in Research award.


For informal enquiries please contact Prof. Sam Turner, Head of School (sam.turner@newcastle.ac.uk), or Dr Chris Fowler, Head of Archaeology (chris.fowler@newcastle.ac.uk).

Click here for further details

About us: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/hca/