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Our current vacancies
Stipendiary Lecturer in Early Modern History (St Hugh's College and Lady Margaret Hall)
The Colleges propose jointly to appoint a twelve-hour stipendiary lecturer in Early Modern History for the academic year 2015/16. The lecturer will teach six hours of tutorials a week in History for each College, averaged over the three terms, including
- British History IV: 1500-1700 (for Prelims and the Final Honour School);
- General History 3: Renaissance, Recovery and Reform 1400-1650 (for Prelims);
- sections of the relevant methodology papers (i.e. Approaches to History, Historiography: Tacitus to Weber – both for Prelims – and Disciplines of History for the Final Honour School);
- in consultation with the colleges, some combination of the more specialist early modern papers (i.e. Optional and/or Further and/or Special subjects);
- the supervision of undergraduate dissertations in the early modern field.
The lecturer will also assist with the administration and pastoral oversight related to undergraduates reading History including undergraduate admissions.
Salary: £25,513 to £28,695 (stipendiary lecturers’ scale at 2014/2015 rates), with USS pension benefits and with entitlement to some meals without charge.
Closing date: Tuesday 7 April 2015, 12:00 noon
Apply by: Completing the SL Early Modern History 2015 application cover sheet and the SL Early Modern History 2015 equal opportunities monitoring form. Applicants should ask two referees to write directly to the Senior Tutor of Lady Margaret Hall by the closing date. Questions can be directed to the Senior Tutor’s Administrator, email@example.com.
Interview date: Monday 20 April 2015
Casual Servery/Waiting Assistants
The College’s conference and catering business is expanding and we therefore wish to increase the number of Casual Servery/Waiting Assistants to help out on an ad hoc basis. Varying shifts, to include weekends and evenings. You will be well spoken and have an immaculate presentation, being able to offer a top quality service at all times, with a smile.
Closing date: none
Apply by: to Andrew Sheridan, Catering Manager by email or post
Only successful candidates will be contacted.
All postal applications should be sent to the named contact at St Hugh’s College, St Margaret’s Road, Oxford OX2 6LE.
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