24 February 2020

JOB: Associate Professorship in History, with an established track record in early modern history (Oxford: Oxford University, DEADLINE 27 MAR 2020)

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Department for Continuing Education, Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford
The University is seeking to appoint an Associate Professor in History with an established research record in the early modern period. The post will be held in the Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford, with a Fellowship at Kellogg College.
The successful candidate must have a doctorate in history or a cognate field. You will have demonstrable experience of teaching and organising history or cognate programmes at university level and a proven record of research and publication. You will have academic leadership ability, dynamism and an innovative spirit, together with the ability to bring to the post a strategic vision for the development of the subject area.
You will be teaching on a range of programmes, including the Foundation Certificate in History and, at graduate level, you will teach on the Postgraduate Certificate in Historical Studies and the Master of Studies in Historical Studies, for which you will also be a dissertation supervisor. In addition, you will be expected to offer research supervision for students working on early modern topics.
You will be expected to serve as course director for the above courses, in rotation with other members of academic staff, and to contribute to organising and leading day and weekend events on topics in the early modern period
The Department for Continuing Education is the leading Continuing Education department in the UK. Committed to public engagement, the Department is multidisciplinary and encourages interdisciplinary teaching and research.
Associate Professors may apply for the title of full Professor in annual exercises. In exceptional cases, the title of full Professor may be awarded on appointment with an additional salary payment of £2,804 p.a.
Applications should include a covering letter, application form, curriculum vitae including a list of principal publications and the names of three referees.
Applications should be received by 12.00 noon on 27 March 2020. Interviews are scheduled for 21 April 2020.

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