EDWARD HALL PROFESSORSHIP OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE
Applications are invited for the above post, tenable from 1 October 2004, or such later date as may be arranged.
The successful candidate will lecture in Archaeological Science to undergraduates and graduate students, will undertake original research, and will supervise graduate students. The professor must be a leader in the field of archaeological science, with an outstanding record of research as measured by publications, national and international collaborations, and success in obtaining external funding.
The professorship will be held in the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, and the professor will be the head of the laboratory for a five-year period. The current research strengths of the laboratory are science-based dating, biomolecular archaeology, and materials analysis (some preference will be given to those candidates whose research interests overlap with at least one of these research strengths).
A non-stipendiary fellowship at Linacre College is attached to the professorship.
Further particulars, including details of how to apply, are available from http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp/ or from the Registrar, University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JD. The closing date for applications is 3 February.
FACULTY OF ORIENTAL STUDIES
University Lecturership in Aramaic and Syriac
In association with Wolfson College
The University proposes to appoint a University Lecturer in Aramaic and Syriac in association with Wolfson College. The appointment will run from l October 2003 or as soon afterwards as possible. The successful candidate will be expected to have expertise in Aramaic and Syriac language and literature, and will be required to teach the language and literatures of the various pre-modern dialects of Aramaic at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, and to carry out research and supervise graduate students. The lecturer will also be expected to play a part in the administrative work of the Faculty of Oriental Studies. Salary scale: £22,191--£42,900 per annum.
Further particulars are available online from http:// www.admin.ox.ac.uk/fp/, or from the Faculty Office, Oriental Institute, Pusey Lane, Oxford OX1 2LE (telephone: Oxford (2)88200, fax: (2)78190; e-mail: orient@ orinst.ox.ac.uk).
There is no application form. Formal applications (eight hard copies, except from candidates based overseas who need send only one), including a curriculum vitae, a list of principal publications (if any), and the names and contact details of three referees, should be sent to Ms Charlotte Vinnicombe, Faculty Administrator, at the address given above, to arrive not later than Friday, 17 January. Applicants should also arrange for three references to reach Ms Vinnicombe by the same date. Referees should have direct experience of the applicant's research and/or teaching, and should indicate how the applicant's experience relates to the job description outlined in the further particulars.
SAID BUSINESS SCHOOL
University Lecturership in Management Studies (Strategic Management)
In association with Keble College
The Strategy and Entrepreneurship subject area of the Saòd Business School seeks applications for a new lecturer in strategic management. Candidates should have a doctorate from a major research university, or be close to completing doctoral studies, and a strong publication record/ potential. The current group is diverse and interdisciplinary, with interests spanning organisation theory, business history, comparative business, and technology, and is looking to reinforce this strength. The successful candidate would be expected to contribute to the teaching of courses in strategic management at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, with potential to contribute to the MBA programme particularly desirable. There will be some undergraduate economics teaching within the college. University salary according to age, on the scale £22,191-- £35,845 per annum. The successful candidate may be offered a Tutorial Fellowship at Keble College, in which case the combined university and college salary would be according to age on a scale up to £42,900 per annum.
Further particulars can be found on http://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk or obtained from Jennifer Fielding, Saïd Business School, Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HP (telephone: Oxford (2)88813, e-mail: email@example.com), to whom completed applications (eight copies or one if airmailing) and references forwarded directly by the applicant's three referees should be sent by 8 January. Informal enquiries may be made to Richard Whittington (telephone: Oxford (2)88931, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Fowler Hamilton Visiting Research Fellowships 2004--5
Christ Church proposes to elect Fowler Hamilton Visiting Fellows, in the Humanities or the Social Sciences, from overseas for up to eleven months in the period September 2004 to August 2005.
The fellowships are intended to enable distinguished senior scholars to pursue their own study and research as members of the college community, and they will be expected to reside in Oxford during the period of tenure.
The fellows will be entitled to free family accommodation, use of a study room in college, and free lunches and dinners. Return economy fares from the country of origin will be paid for each fellow and his/her family. Limited stipends may also be offered depending on individual circumstances.
Further details may be obtained from the Dean's Secretary, Christ Church, Oxford OX1 1DP (fax: Oxford (2)76238), and applications must be received by 14 February at the latest. The further particulars can also be seen on the college Web site, http://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/jobs/jobs.htm.
Appointment of Financial Co-ordinator/Admissions Assistant
Green College is hoping to appoint a Financial Co-ordinator/ Admissions Assistant, preferably with college/university experience. The primary tasks will involve assisting in the graduate admissions process and the calculating, invoicing, and collection of tuition fees. In addition there will be other duties in the college's finance department, and some secretarial work. The college has two databases, one for finances, the other for general administrative uses. The successful applicant will be required to use both of these, but training will be given. There will be contact with students and other college members, and good interpersonal skills are desirable. The position is interesting and varied with scope for increased responsibility.
The post will be on the library, clerical, and secretarial grade IV scale (salary £15,053-- £17,415).
Further particulars may be obtained by e-mailing to email@example.com. Applications, with a curriculum vitae and the names of two referees, should be addressed to the Director of Finance, Green College, Oxford OX2 6HG, marked `private and confidential'.
Tarmac Graduate Scholarship
Jesus College proposes to award one prestigious scholarship, generously funded by Tarmac, for postgraduate study and research on natural resources in the fields of the physical and social sciences (including geography and law). The scholarship is restricted to applicants from Poland or the Czech Republic who have been accepted by the University to commence their studies towards the degree of Doctor of Philosophy with effect from October 2003. The college will cover a maintenance allowance for a single person (currently £8,000 per annum), university fees at the overseas rate, and college fees. Grants will be available for travel, books, and research costs.
Further details and application forms may be obtained from the Tutor for Graduates, Jesus College, Oxford OX1 3DW (telephone: Oxford (2)79723, fax: (2)79769), e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
The closing date for applications is 15 March.
Junior Research Fellowships
Linacre College proposes to make elections to not more than three Junior Research Fellowships, tenable for one year in the first instance from 1 October 2003 and renewable for a second year. Junior Research Fellows will receive a book allowance of £250 per annum and enjoy dining rights in college. The fellowships are open to men and women graduates of any university; there is no restriction of subject, but candidates should be intending to engage in research at postdoctoral level.
Applicants will normally be expected to have submitted for a higher research degree before taking up a Junior Research Fellowship; and to be assured of adequate funding for the duration of a Junior Research Fellowship.
EPA Cephalosporin Junior Research Fellowships
Linacre College proposes to make elections to not more than three EPA Cephalosporin Junior Research Fellowships tenable for one year in the first instance from 1 October 2003 and renewable for a second year. Junior Research Fellows will receive a book allowance of £250 per annum and enjoy dining rights in college. The fellowships are open to men and women graduates of any university, but candidates should be intending to engage in research at postdoctoral level in the fields of the medical, biological, or chemical sciences. Applicants will normally be expected to have submitted for a higher research degree before taking up a Junior Research Fellowship; and to be assured of adequate funding for the duration of a Junior Research Fellowship.
Application for either of the Junior Research Fellowships detailed above, on a form available from the Principal's Secretary or electronically
(http://www.linacre.ox.ac .uk/college/scholarships/jrfsapp.doc), should be made to the Senior Tutor, Linacre College, Oxford OX1 3JA, giving details of the applicant's academic record and proposed course of research. Nine copies of the full application (UK applicants only) should be submitted by the closing date, and applicants should request two referees to write directly to the Senior Tutor. Closing date for applications and references: 31 January.
Laming Junior Fellowships
The governing body proposes to elect to one Laming Junior Fellowship in the field of living foreign languages or modern subjects connected therewith.
A candidate for a junior fellowship must be a British citizen and a member of the University, 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 1 October 2003 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, 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 £10,578 per annum. University fees, where appropriate, may be paid in addition. During residence in Oxford, fellows are entitled to lunch and dine at the common table free of charge.
Further particulars and application forms may be obtained from the Academic Administrator, Queen's College, Oxford OX1 4AW (e-mail: email@example.com). The closing date for entries is 31 January.
ST JOHN'S COLLEGE
North Senior Scholarships 2003
Beeston Scholarship 2003
St John's College proposes to elect from October 2003 one Beeston Scholar and two North Senior Scholars, each of whom should be registered to study for a higher degree of Oxford University under a supervisor appointed by a faculty board. Candidates will normally have completed a first degree, be aged twenty-five or under at the starting date, and be in receipt of a United Kingdom graduate award, or its equivalent, covering the normal fee-paying period of their academic study. Both scholarships are open to candidates in all subjects, but special encouragement is given, in the case of the Beeston Scholarship, to applications in the field of Middle Eastern Studies.
The scholarships do not duplicate fees and maintenance already paid by grant-awarding bodies, but will supplement such fees and maintenance to the level normally provided by Government agencies.
The scholars may, with permission, undertake a limited amount of teaching. Scholars will be offered single accommodation free of charge, or a housing allowance. Scholars have the right to dine at high table once a week in full term.
The scholarships are normally tenable during the period of fee-paying study up to a maximum of two years.
Application forms, available from the Secretary to the Tutor for Graduates, St John's College, Oxford OX1 3JP (telephone: Oxford (2)77428, fax: (2)77640, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org), should be returned as soon as possible, and not later than 17 January. Interviews will be held on Friday, 7 March.
St John's College is committed to equal opportunities.
ST PETER'S COLLEGE
Bodossaki Graduate Scholarship in Science
Applications are invited for a Graduate Scholarship established by the Bodossaki Foundation in any field of science, including mathematics, engineering, and medicine (preference will be given to immunology, oncology, and cardiovascular diseases). Applicants should be Greek citizens under the age of thirty (thirty-five for candidates in medicine). The scholarship is tenable for a period of not more than three years from 1 October 2003. The emoluments, totalling up to £10,500 per annum, cover university and college fees and a grant for maintenance. The successful applicant will be required to read for a higher degree of the University of Oxford (for further information see the University Graduate Prospectus at: http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/gsp/).
Applicants, who should normally have obtained a first-class degree of a British university or an equivalent Greek or other overseas qualification, should write to the Master, enclosing a curriculum vitae and an outline of the research proposed, together with the names of two referees. Referees should be asked to send references direct to the Master, St Peter's College, Oxford OX1 2DL. Applications and references should arrive by 14 February. Interviews will be held in Oxford, probably during March.
Note: Candidates are advised to make early contact with the university department in which they wish to undertake research in order to identify a possible supervisor. They should confirm in their application that they have done this. Scholarship candidates who are short-listed for interview may like to arrange to visit the relevant department at the time of the interviews.
ST JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
Appointment of Senior Tutor
St John's College wishes to appoint a Senior Tutor in succession to Mr Ray Jobling, who will retire in September 2003.
The role of the Senior Tutor is to oversee the educational and tutorial work of the college and to take responsibility, working with the Admissions Tutor and with the Tutor for Graduate Studies and through the appropriate college committees, for the admission, education, and welfare of undergraduate and graduate students. In addition to the Admissions Tutor and the Tutor for Graduate Studies the Senior Tutor is supported by the Tutorial Office staff, and by an assistant and a secretary.
Applications are invited for the post of Senior Tutor, tenable from 1 October 2003. The appointment will be subject to the statutes of the college and will be for three years in the first instance. Subsequent renewals will be subject to a code of practice that is available on request. The person appointed will be elected to a fellowship of the college, and appointed to a college lectureship in an appropriate subject with teaching duties of six hours per week.
Further particulars are available from the Master's Lodge, St John's College, Cambridge CB2 1TP. The closing date for applications is 6 January.
SELWYN COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
Fellowship and College Lectureship in Economics
Applications are invited for a Fellowship and College Lectureship in Economics from 1 October 2003. The successful candidate will have research interests in any appropriate area, but will be expected to teach a broad range of subjects within the Economics Tripos. Pensionable stipend in the range £20,470--£28,602.
Further particulars are available from the Master's Assistant, Selwyn College, Cambridge CB3 9DQ (telephone: 01223 335890, e-mail: email@example.com), or from the college Web site at http://www.sel.cam.ac.uk. Applications (six copies), including a full curriculum vitae, should reach the Master by 31 January. Candidates should also arrange for three confidential references to be sent to the Master by the same date.
Selwyn College is an equal opportunities employer.