Temporary Lectureship in Human Evolution
Applications are invited for a two year Temporary Lectureship in Human Evolution in the Division of Biological Anthropology funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
Vacancy Reference No: JE22212
Salary: £37,012 - £46,846 (Limit of tenure applies*)
Deadline for applications: 26 November 2012
Applications are invited for a two year Temporary Lectureship in Human Evolution in the Division of Biological Anthropology funded by the Leverhulme Trust. The successful candidate will take up appointment from January 2013. Candidates should have a proven record of scholarship, research and experience of teaching in the general area of Human Evolution and Biological Anthropology. The successful candidate will undertake both undergraduate and graduate teaching and may help with the management of research projects. The starting salary for the post is expected to be at the bottom point of the salary range.
How to Apply
Further details are available from Mrs Jane Clare, Administrative Secretary, Division of Biological Anthropology, Pembroke Street Lane, Cambridge CB2 3QY, tel: +44 (0)1223 761097, or email: email@example.com.
Applications should be sent to Mrs Clare, preferably via email, by 26 November 2012.
Applications should include a completed form CHRIS 6, parts I and III (found at http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/hr/forms/chris6/), a research and teaching statement, a curriculum vitae, and the names and addresses of three referees. Applicants should ask their referees to write direct to the Head of Division via Mrs Clare, preferably by email, by the closing date. Short-listed candidates may be asked to submit a sample publication or a piece of written work.
* Limit of tenure: 31/12/2014
Closing date: 26 November 2012
Interviews will be held on 10 December 2012
University Lectureship in Human Biology
Applications are invited for a permanent University Lectureship in Human Biology, to start on 1st April 2013 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Vacancy Reference No: JE23092
Salary: £37,012 - £46,846 per annum
Deadline for applications: 17th December 2012
Interviews in mid-January 2013
Applicants will be expected to have a PhD, a proven ability to carry out research, a strong publication record and, preferably, an active research programme, or plans for one, which will attract graduate students and post-doctoral researchers. The post holder will be expected to have knowledge and expertise in either human nutritional ecology or reproductive ecology and, ideally, to be primarily laboratory based, overseeing research and teaching in the Human Biology Laboratory. Applicants must be able to teach biostatistics, to take a leading role in the teaching of human ecology, and to provide teaching in thematic courses within the Division and Department, as appropriate. In addition to research, normal duties include lecturing, examination and assessment, supervision of MPhil and PhD students, Divisional, Departmental and University administration.
How to Apply
Applications should include a covering letter, a CV with a full list of publications and a signed and completed copy of Parts 1 and 3 of the CHRIS/6 form, which may be downloaded from http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/hr/forms/chris6/chris6.doc or obtained from the Administrative Secretary, Division of Biological Anthropology, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge, Pembroke Street, Cambridge CB2 3QG, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates should prepare a one page statement of research and teaching interests, including how they envision their research complementing current research in Biological Anthropology and Archaeology and Anthropology in general. The applicant should include the names, contacts details and email addresses of three referees who can provide references. Please submit one hard copy of your application to the Administrative Secretary and also send one single pdf file of the whole application to email@example.com.
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