Early Career Fellowships, 2013 (EXPIRED)
Faculty of Philosophy, Oxford University
|Job category||Postdoc or similar / Fixed term|
|Location||Oxford, England, United Kingdom|
The Oxford Philosophy Faculty expects to be able to support up to two Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship applications in the 2013 competition. Applications for this competition require the support of a member of the Philosophy Panel at Oxford who is willing to act as mentor. Information about the application process can be found below. The Oxford Philosophy Faculty will hold an internal competition to decide which applications will be put forward under the scheme, so applicants should not approach The Leverhulme Trust directly at this stage.
The Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship scheme is aimed at scholars who are at a relatively early stage of their academic careers and who have a proven record of research. Applicants must hold an awarded doctorate (or have equivalent research experience), and must not hold or have held a permanent academic position in a UK university or comparable institution. Further details about the scheme can be found on the Leverhulme Trust’s website (http://www.leverhulme.ac.uk/funding/ECF/ECF.cfm). Candidates must check that they are eligible for the scheme before proceeding with the application process described below.
In addition to the salary (which normally will be set at stage one of grade seven of the University’s salary scale, £29,249pa, as at August 2011), the Leverhulme Trust will provide up to £6K pa to further the award-holder’s research activities. Fellowships last for three years.
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested in applying for a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship to be hosted by the Oxford Philosophy Faculty and you meet the necessary eligibility criteria, please let the Secretary to the Philosophy Faculty Board (tom.moore[at]philosophy.ox.ac.uk) know as soon as possible.
Candidates must submit the application materials below by email no later than 12noon on Friday 11 January 2013. It is the responsibility of the candidate to arrange the support of a member of the Philosophy Panel (http://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/the_faculty/faculty_members) at Oxford who is willing to act as mentor. Applicants who have queries about the role of mentors are welcome to contact the Faculty’s Research Coordinator, Professor Adrian Moore.
THE SELECTION PROCESS
No interviews will be held; selection will be made on the basis of application materials alone. All applications will be considered as a gathered field by the Research Committee of the Philosophy Faculty Board; that Committee will have final responsibility for deciding which two candidates will be put forward to the Leverhulme Trust. In assessing applications, the Committee will be guided by the quality of the proposed research project, by its relevance to the Oxford Philosophy Faculty, and by each applicant’s potential to produce published work which is internationally excellent in terms of originality, significance and rigour.
We will aim to inform the successful candidates of the Research Committee’s decision by the end of January 2013. Successful candidates will be expected to work closely with their prospective mentor and the Humanities Division’s Research Facilitators to prepare a final version of their application, which must be submitted to the University at least three weeks in advance of the Leverhulme Trust’s deadline.
|How to apply|
|Application type||Unknown (see text above)|
|Application deadline||Friday, January 11 2013 BST|
|Web address for more information||http://www.leverhulme.ac.uk/funding/ECF/ECF.cfm|
|Contact name||Professor Adrian Moore|
|Time created||Friday, November 30 2012, 9:12pm EST|
|Scheduled expiry date||Friday, January 11 2013, 11:59pm BST|
To report a problem with this ad, contact the person mentioned in the contact section above or , as appropriate.
|Last updated||Wednesday, December 5 2012, 10:05pm EST|
|Last update notification||
There are no notifications for this ad.
Save the ad using the "save" button below to receive notifications of significant updates.