Offre d’emploi – Lecturer in Medieval Studies (Canterbury Christ Church University)

Closes: 5th May 2023

Applications are invited for a fixed-term Lectureship in Medieval Studies (24-month cover for a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship).

The successful candidate will join the School of Humanities and Educational Studies, with its excellent track record of high-quality teaching, and of supporting a thriving research and postgraduate culture. The School places a strong emphasis on the further development of its collaborative working culture, on the design and delivery of cutting-edge, inclusive and interdisciplinary curricula, and on the strengthening of its relationships with external stakeholders – especially in the cultural and heritage sector – so as to enhance the student experience and its graduates’ employability.

For further details about the School, please visit: School of Humanities and Educational Studies – Canterbury Christ Church University

The role

The School of Humanities and Educational Studies seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Medieval Studies to contribute to the delivery and the development of our Humanities courses, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The ideal candidate will have research and/or teaching experience in Medieval Studies, preferably with a complementary specialism in Digital Humanities / Environmental Humanities / Global History. The successful candidate will be expected to convene and/or deliver modules at all levels in their area of expertise, as well as to contribute to team-teaching, as appropriate.

A Ph.D. in a Humanities subject, with suitable expertise / broad understanding of current developments in Medieval Studies, and relevant complementary specialism, are essential requirements, as is previous experience of HE teaching. An HE teaching qualification or fellowship of Advance HE would also be advantageous, along with the demonstrable ability to establish and develop connections with external stakeholders, especially in the cultural industries and heritage sector.

Canterbury Christ Church University truly welcomes fresh perspectives and new voices. We want you to bring the real you to work, so we are committed to building a genuinely inclusive working environment where everyone is welcomed and where everyone can have a true sense of belonging. Our spirit of community will help us to eliminate discrimination and will enable us all to thrive in a culture that is underpinned by fairness and justice. We therefore seek people to join us who will proactively support and shape this aim and contribute in their own unique way. If this is you, then we are waiting to hear from you …. #yourCCCU.

How to apply

Start date for applications:  5th April 2023
Interviews are to be held:   ASAP after close of application

Confidential informal enquiries may be made to Dr Stefania Ciocia on (strictly no agencies, thank you) quoting reference number REQ04078

Please ensure you include contact details of two employment referees in your application, one of which must be your current/ most recent line manager.

Please note applications must be made online via the University website; details sent directly via email cannot be considered.

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