University of Plymouth, School of Humanities and Performing Arts
As a specialist in Maritime or Naval History, you will join the History and Art History department at Plymouth from 1st September 2013.
Faculty of Arts
School of Humanities and Performing Arts
Lecturer in Maritime/Naval History
Salary: £31,331 to 44,607 pa- Grade 7/8
As a specialist in Maritime or Naval History, you will join the History and Art History department at Plymouth from 1st September 2013. Maritime/Naval history is an exciting new post created to develop and expand existing strengths of the History team at Plymouth. We understand Marine/Naval history to include but not to be limited to: oceanic and global networks and trade, interest in port towns, maritime security/ military operations, diasporas and migrations, maritime culture and economic studies. The role will involve delivering high quality teaching, contributing to the overall student experience and conducting research and publication of an international standard. The role will require excellent team-working and interpersonal skills as you help expand the recognised excellence of our taught programmes and research. The successful applicant will also develop collaborative research links with internal and external partners.
You will be expected to contribute to the development of the History and Art History team in several distinct ways:
1. Teach on our highly successful and popular undergraduate programmes
2. Contribute as appropriate to our MA/MRes History
3. Supervise postgraduate students as appropriate including MA, M.Res, ResM, M.Phil, Ph.D.
4. Make a full contribution to the subject’s REF submission at 3*/4*
While good team-working skills and the ability to work with colleagues to deliver and develop the subject within the context of existing programmes is essential, there will be opportunity for the successful applicant to develop their own modules as appropriate.
Teamwork, cooperation and enterprise are the guiding principles of History and Art History at the University of Plymouth.
This is a full time position working 37 hours per week on a permanent basis.
Closing Date: 12 midnight, Tuesday 9 April 2013
Plymouth University is committed to an inclusive culture and respecting diversity, and welcomes applications from all sections of the community
Should you wish to join an ambitious, successful and growing team and want to discuss the post informally, please contact:Dr Simon Topping, Associate Head of School History & Art History on 01752 585101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information and to apply, please visit www.plymouth.ac.uk/jobs
|Primary Category:||Maritime History / Studies