The College places details of vacancies for academic and non-academic posts in this section. Academic posts include Fellowships and College Lecturerships. On the non-academic side, a variety of staff are employed to help with the good running and maintenance of the College.
The Queen’s College is an equal opportunities employer, and has an equality policy and equality action plan.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF FRENCH
The College and the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages invite applications for appointment to an Associate Professor and Tutorial Fellow in French with effect from 1 October 2016. Applications are welcome from well qualified candidates with expertise in Modern French Literature (1800-1914).
The successful applicant will be required to undertake advanced research and to make a major contribution to teaching undergraduates at The Queen’s College. The combined University and College salary will be on an appropriate point of the combined College and University scale which starts at £44,620 per annum and reaches a maximum of £59,914 per annum. There is in addition a pensionable housing allowance of £13,400 per annum.
Further particulars are available below and from The Academic Administrator, The Queen’s College, Oxford OX1 4AW. Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and should include a curriculum vitae, a full list of publications, and the names of three referees. They must arrive no later than noon Friday 12th February 2016.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 3rd March 2016.
JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN MANUSCRIPT AND TEXT
The Governing Body of The Queen’s College invites applications from graduates of any university for election to a three-year post-doctoral position as a Junior Research Fellow in Manuscript and Text Cultures, with a research specialism in knowledge-production and text-transmission in pre-modern literate societies.
Fellowships are intended to support those at an early stage of their academic careers, and will normally be awarded to those who have recently completed their doctoral research, or are very close to completion. Candidates must not have accumulated more than seven years in full-time postgraduate study of research, nor have already held a post-doctoral research fellowship elsewhere.
The basic stipend of the Fellowship, which is pensionable under the Universities Superannuation Scheme, is £22,000 subject to adjustment in the light of any other emoluments enjoyed by the Fellow or in the light of any general alteration to University stipends. The Fellow will be entitled to free rooms in College, or to an allowance of £6,000 in lieu, and to free meals in College.
Applications should be submitted, preferably by e-mail to email@example.com the Academic Administrator, by noon on Monday 15th February 2016.
LECTURERSHIP IN ECONOMICS
The Governing Body proposes to elect a suitably qualified candidate to a Stipendiary Lecturership in Economics for one year, in the first instance, from 1st October 2016. The Lecturer will be required to teach up to 8 hours per week and the basic stipend will be £17,179 per annum (together with certain other allowances).
Further particulars may be obtained below. The closing date for applications is noon Monday, 22nd February 2016.
LAMING JUNIOR FELLOWSHIP
The Governing Body proposes to elect one Laming Junior Fellow in the field of living foreign languages or modern subjects connected therewith.
A candidate for a Junior Fellowship must be a citizen of the United Kingdom or another country belonging to the European Union and a member of the University of Oxford, who shall normally not, on the first day of tenure of the Fellowship, have entered upon the twenty-fifth term from his or her matriculation at the university where he or she obtained a first degree.
The Fellowship will be tenable for one year from 1st October 2016 and may be extended for a further year. The Fellow will be required to reside in the foreign country to which the course of study relates for a period determined by the Governing Body (normally at least six months) and, apart from reasonable vacations, will be required to reside in Oxford for any part of the period of the appointment not spent abroad.
The total emoluments and allowances will amount to not less than £19,000 per annum. University fees, where appropriate, may be paid in addition. During residence in Oxford, Fellows are entitled to single College accommodation free of charge and to lunch and dine at the Common Table also free of charge.
The closing date for entries is 24th March 2016. Interviews will be held on Thursday 28th April 2016.
LECTURER IN MODERN HISTORY
The Governing Body proposes to elect a suitably qualified candidate to a Stipendiary Lectureship in Modern History for one year only from 1 October 2016 (during Dr John H. Davis’s absence on sabbatical leave).
The Lecturer will be required to teach six hours per week for the College. He or she will have an expertise in modern British History, including in particular the ability to teach the papers British History VI (1815-1924) and British History VII (1900 to the present). He or she will be expected to supervise undergraduate dissertations in 19th and 20th Century British History. He or she will also be expected to contribute to the teaching of the papers Approaches to History in the Preliminary Examination and Disciplines of History in the Final Honours Schools. A readiness to teach the Final Honours Schools Politics paper in British Politics and Government since 1900 would be an advantage.
Candidates should submit their electronic application to the Academic Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than noon Friday 15th April 2016. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed on Monday 25th April 2016.
CONFERENCE ADMINISTRATOR (Part-Time Maternity Cover)
Salary starting from £24,057 pro rata
Applications with full CV and covering letter to:
The Domestic Bursar’s Administrator, The Queen’s College, Oxford, OX1 4AW.
Closing date: Friday 12 February 2016