Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in French - Newcastle University
The School of Modern Languages wishes to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in French Studies. We welcome applications from specialists in any area of modern (post-1789) French/Francophone Studies to complement the multidisciplinary nature of French Studies at Newcastle, though preference may be given to one of the following areas: history/politics, visual culture, linguistics, or translation/interpreting.
You will have a PhD in a relevant field, a strong or developing publication record, and clearly defined research plans leading to internationally excellent publications, grant applications and impact. You will have native or near native fluency in French and English, and demonstrate the ability to undertake postgraduate supervision, deliver research-led modules, and contribute to French language modules. You will possess the qualities needed take on administrative and pastoral roles within the School. Candidates for appointment at Senior Lecturer level should demonstrate significant achievement in research, teaching, and leadership in an HE environment.
Informal enquiries – Nigel Harkness, Head of School of Modern Languages. Nigel.firstname.lastname@example.org. +44 (0)191 208 3909
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