The University of Exeter is seeking a full-time, permanent lectureship in the Department of Classics and Ancient History, with an open specialism within the field, broadly conceived, which complements our existing expertise.
In addition to undertaking high-quality research and appropriate admin roles, and playing a full role in the life of the Department and its relationship with the College of Humanities and the wider University, the successful candidate will be required to contribute to core teaching on our Classics and Classical Studies programmes, which includes Greek language at all levels and ancient literature both in translation and in the original. They will be able to deliver the Greek elements of our core literature modules Greek and Roman Narrative and Greek and Roman Drama (taught in translation), Greek language at beginners and intermediate levels, and Greek set texts in the original.
We seek a new colleague who shares our commitment to inspirational teaching and research, to fostering and amplifying diverse and marginalised voices within Classics, to shaping a more inclusive discipline and to the benefits that our discipline can bring to the wider world. You will have:
- A PhD and an independent, internationally-recognised research programme in a relevant active field of research
- A strong record in attracting funding for research, or demonstrable potential to attract such funding
- An active approach to interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research
- Enthusiasm for delivering high quality undergraduate and postgraduate programmes
- Ideally an understanding of the value of public engagement and impact work and a demonstrable commitment to delivering this.
The starting salary will be from £36,382 up to £47,419 on Grade F, depending on qualifications and experience.
The deadline is 9 December 2021. For more details, please visit the job advertisement.