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Departmental Lecturer in Old Norse

Applications for this vacancy closed on 7 May 2021 at 12:00PM
**Two posts available: Two years (Lady Margaret Hall); six months (St Anne ’s
College)**





The Faculty of English is seeking to appoint two Departmental Lecturers in Old
Norse, in association with Lady Margaret Hall (two years) and St Anne’s
College (six months). These are fixed-term teaching and research appointments,
with a core focus on Old Norse and Old and Middle English. It is anticipated
that the appointees will take up their posts on 1 October 2021.





The postholders will be expected to provide undergraduate tutorial teaching
for their College, and up to 16 hours of Faculty lectures or classes per year
(pro-rata for the 6 month appointment). Both postholders will undertake the
normal duties of a college tutor, including admissions. Their primary teaching
responsibility for their College will be to teach papers in literature and
language c. 650-1550. The combined Faculty teaching responsibilities shared
between both postholders in 2021-2022 will include the general lecture courses
‘Introduction to Old Norse Literature’ and ‘Learn Old Norse in 8 Weeks’, as
well as class teaching for an undergraduate Special Options paper. In
2022-2023, the 2-year postholder will also be expected to offer an MSt Special
Options paper in the area of their specialism. This postholder will also
undertake dissertation supervision and examining for the Faculty over the
course of the two years of their appointment.





The successful candidates must possess a doctorate in the field of Literatures
in English and must have experience of undergraduate teaching and possess
excellent interpersonal and organisational skills. They should also have a
research and publication record, appropriate to their career stage, in Old
Norse or Old English literature.





Further particulars for the two-year post with Lady Margaret Hall (which all
applicants must consult) are available below. Candidates interested in both
posts should submit a single application but indicate in their supporting
statement that they wish to be considered for both posts.





Applications, which should include a CV and supporting statement, should be
made online via the link below by **12 noon on 7 May 2021**.





Candidates shortlisted for interview will be asked to submit a sample of
written work in advance of the interviews, and will be requested to give a
short presentation as part of the assessment process. Two references will be
requested for shortlisted candidates.





Interviews will be held via Microsoft Teams on **27 May 2021.**

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**Two posts available: Two years (Lady Margaret Hall); six months (St Anne ’s
College)**





The Faculty of English is seeking to appoint two Departmental Lecturers in Old
Norse, in association with Lady Margaret Hall (two years) and St Anne’s
College (six months). These are fixed-term teaching and research appointments,
with a core focus on Old Norse and Old and Middle English. It is anticipated
that the appointees will take up their posts on 1 October 2021.





The postholders will be expected to provide undergraduate tutorial teaching
for their College, and up to 16 hours of Faculty lectures or classes per ...

Two posts available: Two years (Lady Margaret Hall); six months (St Anne’s College)

 

The Faculty of English is seeking to appoint two Departmental Lecturers in Old Norse, in association with Lady Margaret Hall (two years) and St Anne’s College (six months). These are fixed-term teaching and research appointments, with a core focus on Old Norse and Old and Middle English. It is anticipated that the appointees will take up their posts on 1 October 2021.

 

The postholders will be expected to provide undergraduate tutorial teaching for their College, and up to 16 hours of Faculty lectures or classes ...
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