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University Lecturer in Religious Ethics
Theology and Religion Faculty Centre, Oxford University
|Job category||Faculty (junior or senior) / Continuing or permanent|
Philosophy of Religion
|Location||Oxford, England, United Kingdom|
|Application deadline||Wednesday, December 12 2012 (local time)|
|Start date||1 October 2013|
Grade 30S: £42,883 - £57,581 p.a.
The Faculty of Theology and Religion, in association with Lady Margaret Hall, proposes to appoint to a University Lecturership in Religious Ethics. The post of University Lecturer is the main career grade for academic faculty at Oxford and is equivalent to a North American associate professorship. The lecturer will be a member of the Faculty of Theology and Religion and will also be an Official Fellow and Tutor of Lady Margaret Hall.
The successful candidate will be an outstanding scholar and teacher whose expertise lies in the theology, history, and comparison of at least two traditions of religious ethics. He or she will have a doctorate and a record of world-class research and publication in some aspect of religious ethics, and previously have successfully secured research funding. The ability to deliver effective class and small-group (tutorial) teaching to high-achieving and challenging students and to supervise graduate students for the Faculty are essential. A readiness to study and teach practical moral issues, especially in the field of economic and financial life is also desirable.
Please upload a curriculum vitae (or resumé), including an email address and telephone number; a letter explaining how you meet the criteria for this post outlined in the further particulars; and two samples of written work (for example, a book chapter, a peer-reviewed journal article, or other research paper. Peer-reviewed online publications are acceptable). Please do not submit complete book manuscripts.
The post is tenable from 1 October 2013 or as soon as possible thereafter.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 12 December 2012.
Informal enquires about the post may be emailed to Professor Nigel Biggar.
Closing Date: 12-DEC-12
|Time created||Sunday, November 18 2012, 6:33pm|
|Last updated||Friday, November 23 2012, 7:05pm|
|Contact name||Professor Nigel Biggar|
|Web address for more information||http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AFM995/university-lectur...|