[Offre d’emploi] Lecturer in Archaeology (University of Exeter)

Closes: 5th July 2023

This full time, permanent role is available 1st September 2023.

The role

The post of Lecturer in Archaeology will extend the research profile of Archaeology at Exeter, particularly in areas related to forensic approaches to archaeology (from across the bioarchaeology spectrum), conflict archaeology, cultural heritage crime, historical/ contemporary/modern archaeology. The successful candidate will utilise the state-of-the-art facilities at Exeter in their research and teaching.

The post will include conducting research and impact activities, in line with departmental and institutional objectives (Strategy 2030), seeking research funding and delivering research outputs, supervising research students, teaching on and developing undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, contributing to the leadership of a local archaeological field school and contributions to general academic management.

This role may offer the opportunity for hybrid working – some time on campus and some from home.

About you

You will have:

  • A PhD or equivalent in archaeology and have an independent research programme in a relevant active field of research
  • A record of attracting funding for research, or demonstratable potential to attract such funding
  • An active approach to inter-disciplinary and transdisciplinary research
  • Enthusiasm for delivering high-quality undergraduate and postgraduate programmes
  • Interest in developing strong connections and funded projects with business and community partners
  • Involvement in projects which develop impact 

Please ensure you read the Job Description and Person Specification for full details of this role.

What we can offer you

  • Freedom (and the support) to pursue your intellectual interests and to work creatively across disciplines to produce internationally exciting research
  • Support teams that understand the University wide research and teaching goals and partner with our academics accordingly
  • An Innovation, Impact and Business directorate that works closely with our academics providing specialist support for external engagement and development
  • Our Exeter Academic initiative supporting high performing academics to achieve their potential and develop their career
  • A multitude of staff benefits including sector leading benefits around maternity, adoption and shared parental leave (up to 26 weeks full pay), Paternity leave (up to 6 weeks full pay), and a new Fertility Treatment Policy
  • A beautiful campus set in the heart of stunning Devon

The University of Exeter

We are a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research-intensive universities and in the top 150 universities in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023 and the 2022 Academic Ranking of World Universities released by Shanghai Rankings).  

Our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Commitment

Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented within our working community. Reasonable adjustments are available for interviews and workplaces.

With over 30,000 students and 7,000 staff from 150 different countries we offer a diverse and engaging environment where our diversity is celebrated and valued as a major strength. We are committed to creating an inclusive culture where all members of our community are supported to thrive; where diverse voices are heard through our engagement with evidence-based charter frameworks for gender (Athena SWAN and Project Juno for Physics), race equality (Race Equality Charter Mark), LGBTQ+ inclusion (Stonewall Diversity Champion) and as a Disability Confident employer.

Further information

For an informal and confidential discussion about the post, please contact Prof Naomi Sykes n.sykes@exeter.ac.uk.

Source : https://rmblf.be/2023/06/23/offre-demploi-lecturer-in-archaeology-university-of-exeter/ Jobs.ac.uk

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Doctorant en histoire médiévale, j'étudie la vie politique dans les petites communautés de la basse vallée du Rhône, dans une perspective d'histoire "par le bas".

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