Post: Lecturer in History
Salary: £40,523-46,924 per year pro rata
Deadline: 5th December 2016
This is a 0.5FTE/fixed term maternity cover for 6 months from 9th January 2017, at 17.5 hours per week.
Applications are invited for a temporary fixed-term Lectureship in History based within the Department of Social Sciences, Media and Journalism at Glasgow Caledonian University. History is a thriving area of learning teaching and research within GCU.
The main role of the successful candidate will be to contribute towards undergraduate teaching in History on the BA Social Sciences degree programme. This will include leadership of the Level 3 History module, ‘A Matter of Life and Death: the Battle of Health & Healthcare in the 20th Century’, and contributions towards the teaching of research methods and other history modules, as well as dissertation supervision at undergraduate level. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute towards the research culture and scholarship in History at the University.
Candidates will be expected to have a PhD (or near completion) in a relevant area and meet the following essential criteria:
- Experience of teaching History at undergraduate level
- Experience of History specific research methods
- Experience of learning and teaching in Health History
- A clear publication strategy
- Research expertise in a relevant specialism
Further details on this post are available by contacting Rachel Russell, Assistant Head of Department at R.Russell@gcu.ac.uk or on 0141 331 8594 or Professor Oonagh Walsh at Oonagh.Walsh@gcu.ac.uk or on 0141 331 1793.
Applicants must have the continued right to live and work in the United Kingdom for the duration of the contract at the time of application to apply for this vacancy.
We welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, and are committed to promoting equality and valuing diversity at GCU.
Please note that the appointment will be made on the first point of the salary scale (unless by exception). For more information, see the full job advert.