Institute of Archaeology


Job Vacancy: Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Biomolecular Archaeology

28 March 2022

The UCL Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for an Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Biomolecular Archaeology (Ref.:1883352). The deadline for applications is 18 April 2022.

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A part-time (25%FTE) Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Biomolecular Archaeology is sought to co-ordinate and teach a core undergraduate module and to contribute more generally to teaching and administration as required.

The post-holder will teach at all levels and be responsible for lecturing and tutorials, laboratory training, supervising dissertations and marking assignments.

The post is available from 1 September 2022 and is funded until 30 September 2025, providing cover for Rhiannon Stevens for the period when she will be on research leave as PI of a Leverhulme Trust-funded project.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in archaeology, archaeological science, or related field, with a specific research focus on Biomolecular Archaeology. Candidates must be able to deliver an undergraduate module (term 2 only) and tutorials in archaeological science as well as deliver and contribute to other modules at undergraduate and Masters level in archaeological science in line with their subject expertise.

Applications are especially welcomed from candidates whose teaching strengths include stable isotopes and/or proteomics and/or residue analysis and/or ancient DNA.

Applications are encouraged from those who are underrepresented in the sector and in the UCL Institute of Archaeology including, but not exclusive to, people from Black, Asian, and ethnic minority backgrounds, women, and people who identify as having a disability.

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