Lecturers in Hispanic Studies
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
University of Sheffield – Department of Hispanic Studies, School of Modern Languages and Linguistics
Job Reference Number: UOS000640
Salary: Grade 8
£36,532 to £43,622 per annum, with potential to progress to £49,096
Closing Date: 19th February 2010
The School of Modern Languages and Linguistics invites applications for two lectureships to join one of the largest and strongest departments of Hispanic Studies in the UK. The successful applicants will be committed to producing high-quality research, individually and in collaboration with others, and will have begun to develop a track record in this area.
They will also be expected to design, prepare, and deliver teaching programmes, including preparing and supervising different modes of assessment, as well as performing administrative duties.
Applicants will have, or will be near to completion of, a PhD in a relevant subject area, and will have proven teaching ability. The ability to teach Spanish at all levels is essential. Applicants should have a specialist interest in modern Peninsular Spanish culture and society, or irrespective of their research specialism, the ability to contribute to the development of the School’s MA provision in applied language studies (e.g. translation studies, screen translation, intercultural communication). These posts are available from 1 September 2010.
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