Birkbeck, University of London, History of Art
Lecturer A in the History of Architecture, 1400-1800
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Applications are invited for a Fixed Term, Full Time Lectureship in the History of Architecture in the Department of History of Art. This post is to cover Professor Mark Crinson, whilst he takes up a British Academy/Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship. Applications will be welcomed from scholars working in any period of the History of Architecture between 1400 and 1800.
You will teach a specialised BA History of Art final year option module of your own devising, related to your area of research. You will also contribute to team taught BA and MA modules, including sessions on the second year undergraduate module 'Art and Architecture in Europe, 1400-1550’. You will contribute to the supervision of BA and MA dissertations, and will participate appropriately in departmental administration.
The successful candidate will fully participate in the research activities of the department and the School of Arts, and engage with the work of the Architecture, Space and Society Research Centre.
You should have a good first degree and ideally have completed or be near to completing a PhD or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject area. Teaching experience at undergraduate level is highly desirable. Administrative experience and evidence of published research are desirable.
The BA option module runs for 20 sessions over the Autumn and Spring terms. As part of your application, you should submit a title and a 300 word outline of your proposed module.
Salary: Grade 7 of the College's London Pay Scale which is £36,150 rising to £41,318 per annum.
This post is full time, 35 hours per week (1.0 FTE) and fixed term for 11 months. The salary quoted above is on the College's London Pay Scale and includes a consolidated Weighting/Allowance which applies only to staff whose normal contractual place of work is in the Greater London area. The initial salary will be dependent on the skills and experience of the successful applicant. The appointment is subject to a probationary period of 3 years. Birkbeck also provides a generous defined benefit pension scheme, 31 days paid leave, flexible working arrangements and other great benefits.
Birkbeck is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from all candidates irrespective of their sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief. Birkbeck is a member of the ‘positive about disability’ two ticks scheme and guarantees to interview all candidates who meet the essential criteria for the post.
For further information on this opportunity contact Dr Kate Retford, Senior Lecturer in History of Art (email@example.com).
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