Temporary Lectureship in Evolutionary Anthropology

10 April 2013


Original call for application available on the UCL Human Resources webpage.

Temporary Lectureship in Evolutionary Anthropology at UCL Anthropology (20 months from September)

Teaching Fellow in Human Behavioural Ecology , - Ref:1321996 

UCL Department / Division: Anthropology

Grade: 7

Hours: Full Time

Salary (inclusive of London allowance): £36,064 including London Allowance

Duties and Responsibilities: Applications are invited for a Leverhulme Trust funded Teaching Fellowship to cover a period of research leave. The postholder will be responsible for teaching in Biological Anthropology at undergraduate and Masters level and will also be expected to act as supervisor for undergraduate and Masters’ students.

Funding for this post is available for 20 months in the first instance.

Key Requirements: The candidate should have a PhD in Anthropology or in another relevant discipline, knowledge of Human Behavioural Ecology and some university teaching experience.  We expect the applicant to be interested in evolutionary anthropology, which could include human behavioural ecology, cultural evolution, hunter-gatherer behavioural ecology, evolutionary medicine, or other relevant topics.

Further Details: A job description and person specification can be accessed at the bottom of this page. 

To apply for the vacancy please click on the ‘Apply Now’ button below. 

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Ruth Mace (email: r.mace@ucl.ac.uk ).

If you have any queries regarding the application process, please contact Martin O’Connor (email: martin.oconnor@ucl.ac.uk)

UCL Taking Action for Equality

Closing Date: 25 Apr 2013

Latest time for the submission of applications: Midnight

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Job Description and Person Specification