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Lector in Russian

Applications for this vacancy closed on 8 January 2014 at 02:29PM
The Faculty is seeking to appoint an individual to a permanent lectorship in
Russian. The Lector is responsible for planning and delivering language
teaching within the sub-faculty, including marking work and participating in
the preparation and conducting of oral examinations. Specific duties include:
giving classes in the written and oral use of Russian up to a maximum of 14
hours per week, including classes for beginners in Russian; setting, marking
and grading work; providing reports on attendance and progress; taking part in
admissions and vacation courses.

Applicants must be fluent in Russian, equivalent to native speaker level; have
been recently resident, studying or travelling (for a significant period) in
Russia; have a good command of written and spoken English; have experience of
teaching Russian language at an appropriate level; possess an undergraduate
degree in Russian.

The post is permanent and full-time from 1 September 2014 and based at the
Modern Languages Faculty in Wellington Square.

Applications are via the University’s online application system.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon Tuesday 14 January 2014 and
interviews will be held on Friday 14 February 2014.

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Modern Languages Faculty, 41 Wellington Square, Oxford
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2013-12-16 12:47:16+00:00
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The Faculty is seeking to appoint an individual to a permanent lectorship in
Russian. The Lector is responsible for planning and delivering language
teaching within the sub-faculty, including marking work and participating in
the preparation and conducting of oral examinations. Specific duties include:
giving classes in the written and oral use of Russian up to a maximum of 14
hours per week, including classes for beginners in Russian; setting, marking
and grading work; providing reports on attendance and progress; taking part in
admissions and vacation courses.

Applicants must be fluent in Russian, equivalent to native speaker level; have
been recently ...
The Faculty is seeking to appoint an individual to a permanent lectorship in Russian. The Lector is responsible for planning and delivering language teaching within the sub-faculty, including marking work and participating in the preparation and conducting of oral examinations. Specific duties include: giving classes in the written and oral use of Russian up to a maximum of 14 hours per week, including classes for beginners in Russian; setting, marking and grading work; providing reports on attendance and progress; taking part in admissions and vacation courses.

Applicants must be fluent in Russian, equivalent to native speaker level; have been recently ...
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Lector in Russian
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