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Lector in Spanish (2 posts)

Applications for this vacancy closed on 27 June 2016 at 12:00PM
The Faculty are seeking to appoint two lectors in Spanish from 1 September
2016.



Lectors are responsible for planning and delivering language teaching within
the sub-Faculty, including marking work and participating in oral
examinations. They will give up to 14 hours a week of classes in the written
and oral use of Spanish. These posts are associated with a 3-year career
development programme.



Applicants should be fluent in Spanish equivalent to native speaker level,
with experience of teaching Spanish at an appropriate level.



More information is included in the further particulars, available below,
which all applicants must consult.



The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 27 June 2016.

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Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, 41 Wellington Square, Oxford
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The Faculty are seeking to appoint two lectors in Spanish from 1 September
2016.



Lectors are responsible for planning and delivering language teaching within
the sub-Faculty, including marking work and participating in oral
examinations. They will give up to 14 hours a week of classes in the written
and oral use of Spanish. These posts are associated with a 3-year career
development programme.



Applicants should be fluent in Spanish equivalent to native speaker level,
with experience of teaching Spanish at an appropriate level.



More information is included in the further particulars, available below,
which all applicants must consult.



The closing ...

The Faculty are seeking to appoint two lectors in Spanish from 1 September 2016.


Lectors are responsible for planning and delivering language teaching within the sub-Faculty, including marking work and participating in oral examinations. They will give up to 14 hours a week of classes in the written and oral use of Spanish. These posts are associated with a 3-year career development programme.


Applicants should be fluent in Spanish equivalent to native speaker level, with experience of teaching Spanish at an appropriate level.


More information is included in the further particulars, available below, which all applicants must consult.


The closing ...

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