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Part-time Teaching Fellow in Czech

Applications for this vacancy closed on 28 April 2017 at 12:00PM
The Faculty are seeking a part-time/fixed term teaching fellow to provide
teaching in Czech Language and Literature.



The postholder will give no fewer than 24 lectures in in Czech literature and
an average of four tutorial hours in Czech language and literature in each
week of full term, arranged across colleges. They should hold a good
undergraduate degree and Masters degree in Czech; and be pursuing (or have
completed) a DPhil/PhD in Czech Literature. They should have some relevant
teaching experience at undergraduate level in Czech, and be fluent in written
and spoken Czech and English.



All applications are to be submitted online. Details of how to apply and
further information about the post is available in the further particulars
available below.



The closing date for the post is 12.00 noon on Friday 28 April 2017.

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The Faculty are seeking a part-time/fixed term teaching fellow to provide teaching in Czech Language and Literature.


The postholder will give no fewer than 24 lectures in in Czech literature and an average of four tutorial hours in Czech language and literature in each week of full term, arranged across colleges. They should hold a good undergraduate degree and Masters degree in Czech; and be pursuing (or have completed) a DPhil/PhD in Czech Literature. They should have some relevant teaching experience at undergraduate level in Czech, and be fluent in written and spoken Czech and English.


All applications are to ...

The Faculty are seeking a part-time/fixed term teaching fellow to provide
teaching in Czech Language and Literature.



The postholder will give no fewer than 24 lectures in in Czech literature and
an average of four tutorial hours in Czech language and literature in each
week of full term, arranged across colleges. They should hold a good
undergraduate degree and Masters degree in Czech; and be pursuing (or have
completed) a DPhil/PhD in Czech Literature. They should have some relevant
teaching experience at undergraduate level in Czech, and be fluent in written
and spoken Czech and English.



All applications are to ...
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