Teaching Fellow in Early Modern History [closing 05May2021]

Страна: Великобритания;

Город: Birmingham

Добавлена: 10.04.2021

Работодатель: University of Birmingham

Тип: PostDoc vacancy;

Для кого: For researchers;

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Дедлайн подачи: 05.05.2021

 

 

This appointment offers an exciting opportunity to join the Department of History in the School of History and Cultures at Birmingham. The Department is one of the largest and most diverse in Britain and has an international reputation for excellence in research and teaching. In REF 2014 History was ranked first nationally, with exceptionally high-calibre research publications as well as strong impact beyond the academy.

We seek a specialist to consolidate and expand our teaching strengths in the field of Early Modern History. At undergraduate level the appointee will be expected to contribute teaching to optional second and third year undergraduate modules relevant to their area of expertise. These modules could include Tudor Terrors, State and Empire in the Early Modern World, and Women Behaving Badly in Tudor and Stuart England.  The appointee will also be expected to contribute to the team-taught first year core module Making of the Modern World, 1500-1800, undergraduate modules on historical theory and methods, and the supervision of undergraduate dissertations.

The successful candidate will be expected to participate fully in the administration of teaching (e.g. by promoting and supporting the leadership of our undergraduate and graduate programmes) and to assume a key departmental role (e.g. staff-student liaison, examinations, admissions) and/or other roles, as appropriate, in the larger School of History and Cultures. 

Background
To teach and advise undergraduate, postgraduate or CPD students within own subject area and within an established teaching programme, managed supervised by member of staff with ultimate responsibility for the design, delivery and assessment of the teaching programme.

Summary of Role
Teaching within own subject area within an established teaching programme (under the  supervision from an academic member of staff) 
Contribute to generating funding and may:  a) contribute to enhancement of the student experience or employability; b) contribute to designing CPD programmes for clients external to the University and similar;  c) contribute to deliver CPD programmes, consulting on own specialism and the like, often under the supervision of a project leader.
Contribute to licensing or spin out deals with demonstrated commercial success (such as revenues, asset or company sales, IP generated) and/or public understanding of the discipline or similar.

 
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