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Job Vacancy: Teaching Fellow in Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology

4 January 2018

Human remains (Image courtesy of Lisa Daniel)

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Teaching Fellow in Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology (Ref.:1705175). The deadline for applications is 16 January 2018.

A part-time Teaching Fellow (50%) is sought to work as part of the team running the MSc degree in Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology, which has a large cohort of students who work largely in a laboratory setting and therefore require a significant amount of support.

The post-holder's main responsibility will be to support students in planning their dissertation projects and during their research and writing, with a programme of frequent tutorial meetings from February to September.

In addition, the post-holder will provide tutorial support for the ARCLG146 Methodology & Issues in Bioarchaeology and Palaeoepidemiology course, particularly advising the students with preparation of their reports on work carried out in the laboratory.

Applicants will have a PhD in Bioarchaeology or Forensic Anthropology. They will have experience of research-led teaching and evidence of teaching excellence at undergraduate or postgraduate level in Bioarchaeology or Forensic Anthropology.

The post is available for 8 months.