Lecturer in Early Medieval Archaeology – Cardiff University

The School of History, Archaeology and Religion is looking to appoint a lecturer who will develop teaching and research in the field of post-Roman/early medieval archaeology. Initially you will contribute to teaching in Anglo-Saxon archaeology, but will have the opportunity to develop specialist teaching in post-Roman/early medieval archaeology as a part of ongoing programme development. We are particularly keen to hear from applicants who are able to build on our long-established tradition of research into early medieval western Britain. The ability to undertake archaeological fieldwork, or to complement the existing strengths of the department, is particularly welcome. You will also contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in archaeological method and theory relative to your expertise.


You should have a PhD in (or equivalent research experience) and teaching experience at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level in early medieval archaeology or related subject. Applicants should also have excellent communication and IT skills, to include the ability to present complex and specialist professional concepts clearly and confidently to others, using high-level skills and a range of media.

Salary:  £33,797 – £40,322 per annum (Grade 6) 

This is a full time post, is available immediately and is open-ended.

Applications close 28 September 2021.

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