Academic Job: Departmental Lecturer in Slavonic Languages (esp. Polish) and Linguistics (U. of Oxford)

Deadline for Applications: October 17, 2016

Departmental Lecturer in Slavonic Languages (esp. Polish) and Linguistics

Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, 41-47 Wellington Square, Oxford

Grade 7: £30,738 – £37,768 with a discretionary range to £41,255 p.a.

The faculty are seeking to appoint to this 1-year post to undertake teaching and academic research in Slavonic languages (esp. Polish) and linguistics. The postholder will give 24 lectures or seminars per year; and 6 hours a week of undergraduate tuition in Slavonic linguistics and, if applicable, general linguistics across a number of colleges; they will also undertake advanced research and assist with administration, examining and admissions within the sub-faculty.

Applicants should possess a good undergraduate and Master’s degree in Slavonic languages/linguistics; and should ordinarily have completed a PhD or DPhil in Slavonic linguistics/languages, although the committee may – in exceptional circumstances – consider applications from individuals due to submit their thesis by 1 January 2017. They should be able to provide evidence of an ability to teach undergraduates across a range of topics in Slavonic languages/linguistics; and evidence of an ability to produce high quality research in this area; and they should be fluent in English and Polish.

The closing date for the post is 12.00 noon on Monday 17 October 2016.

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