Job Vacancy: Teaching Fellow in Classical Art and Archaeology
11 April 2019
The UCL Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Teaching Fellow in Classical Art and Archaeology (Ref.:1800613). The deadline for applications is 9 May 2019.
A full-time Teaching Fellow in Classical Art and Archaeology is sought to teach courses in ancient Greek and Roman art at BA and MA levels, and also contribute to general teaching in classical archaeology for shared lecture courses and small group tutorials. This will include lecturing, seminars and tutorials, supervising dissertation training and research, marking assignments, organising and leading taught field visits, and assisting in student recruitment.
The Teaching Fellow should also be able to contribute to general teaching in art and archaeology from a critically/theoretically informed and broadly comparative perspective, in order to support students wishing to develop topics in BA and MA dissertations, whether in archaeology or cultural heritage and museology.
The successful applicant will have a PhD in classical archaeology, or a related field with a specific focus on ancient art. They will have experience of teaching at BA level and of teaching classical art and archaeology. They will also have experience of university or HE academic administration. They will have the willingness and flexibility to assist with teaching across the full range of taught programmes at the Institute of Archaeology as required and will have experience of research led teaching. Experience of teaching at MA level is desirable.
The post is available for 3 years with the possibility of extension, starting September 2019.
- Further details of the post and the online application facility are available on the UCL website»
- Informal enquiries about the post may be addressed to Jeremy Tanner at email@example.com
- Enquiries about the application process may be directed to the Institute's HR Administrator, Louisa Goldsmith.