Teaching Fellow, University of Leeds

Teaching Fellow in Greek Literature and Language (ARTLC1043)

University of Leeds

Application deadline: 19th July 2016

Applications are invited for a Teaching Fellow in Greek Literature and Language in the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies.

You will be joining a team committed to excellence in the teaching of Classics and Ancient History at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and to the delivery of research-informed and research-led teaching at all levels and will be expected to contribute to all areas of the curriculum and pastoral programme.

You will be able to teach Greek Literature and Language at all levels of the undergraduate programme, and be able to contribute to the new Classics MRes (Master by Research) programme. You will be able to demonstrate effective teaching skills and a range of delivery techniques and assessment methods.

You will contribute to the administration and management of the School’s activities, and to the development of teaching materials for the teaching of Greek Literature and Language on Undergraduate and Masters levels.

You will have a completed or nearly-completed PhD in a relevant area and appropriate teaching experience. You will be given every encouragement to develop your subject within the teaching environment of the School, subject to the requirements of the post.

This is one of two 0.25 jobs advertised in the Classics subject area at the moment, and suitable candidates are encouraged to apply for both posts. Please also see the Teaching Fellow in Roman History and Culture, reference: ARTLC1042

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Regine May, Classics Programme Manager, tel +44(0) 113 343 3541, email r.may@leeds.ac.uk.

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Teaching Fellow, University of Leeds

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