Job Vacancy: Teaching Fellow in Zooarchaeology
22 July 2013
The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Teaching Fellow in Zooarchaeology (Ref.:1350277). The deadline for applications is 5 August 2013.
A part-time Teaching Fellow is sought to work closely alongside the Senior Lecturer in Zooarchaeology and Co-ordinator of the MSc in Environmental Archaeology, in teaching zooarchaeology options at both undergraduate and Master's level, and contributing to core courses for postgraduate students.
Alongside teaching, the Teaching Fellow will be expected to undertake marking of assessments, supervise dissertations and contribute generally to zooarchaeology and environmental archaeology at UCL.
Applicants will have a PhD in zooarchaeology or closely related field, along with good teaching experience at undergraduate and Master's level. Candidates should have zooarchaeology laboratory experience, and a proven track record of high quality publications.
The post is funded for 3 years in the first instance.
- Further details of the post and the online application facility are available on the UCL website»
- Enquiries about the application process may be directed to the Institute's HR Administrator, Louisa Goldsmith.