Offre d’emploi – Teaching Associate in the History of England Before the Norman Conquest (Fixed Term)

The Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic wishes to appoint a Teaching Associate in the History of England Before the Norman Conquest from 1 September 2020.

The Teaching Associate will be expected to teach, examine, and supervise dissertations on topics related to the History of England Before the Norman Conquest, at both undergraduate and MPhil levels, and to contribute to other departmental teaching and examining as appropriate. Applicants should have a good first degree and a doctorate in a relevant subject area. It is expected that applicants will have experience of successfully delivering and developing teaching at University level, including lectures, seminars and small group teaching, and the ability to work as part of a team.

Two references are required, and applicants should ask their referees to send their reports to by the closing date.

Informal enquiries about the post may be directed to Dr Richard Dance, Head of Department ( Enquiries concerning the appointments procedure and related matters may be made to Vicky Aldred (

The closing date is midnight GMT on Tuesday 21 July and Interviews are planned for late July/early August 2020. It is expected that the interview will be conducted virtually either by Microsoft Teams or Zoom.

The funds for this post are available for 12 months in the first instance.

Click the ‘Apply’ button below to register an account with our recruitment system (if you have not already) and apply online.

Please quote reference GG23238 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.

The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.

Source : University of Cambridge

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