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Fixed-term, Part-time Stipendiary Lecturership in Law

Applications are invited for a Fixed-term, Part-time Stipendiary Lecturership in Law for one year, from 1st September 2020 – 31st August 2021. The post is intended to provide teaching for undergraduates from 1st October 2020 – 30th June 2021 while one of the College’s Fellows in Law (Dr Luke Rostill), is on leave. This is a part-time post at 40% of a full-time equivalent. It is anticipated the postholder may hold another compatible post for the remaining 60% of their time.

The successful candidate will be required to teach four ‘weighted’ hours (further details on weighted hours can be found in the further particulars), averaged across three terms (October 2020 – June 2021). The core requirements for teaching are Land Law and Trusts Law at FHS (Final Honour School – term 3 of year 1 and years 2 and 3) including revision sessions for students in year 3 preparing for Finals examinations. It would also be desirable to offer FHS teaching in Contract Law. They will take a leading role in the organisation of Law, collaborating with the College’s other Senior Fellow, Professor Nick Barber. They will also be expected to act as Director of Studies for some undergraduates studying Law, and to participate in the undergraduate admissions exercise (November – December 2020).

Further particulars and details of how to apply are available here: PT Law Stip Lectureship FPs

Closing date for applications: 12 noon (UK time), Wednesday 11 March 2020.

Interviews will be held in Trinity College on Wednesday 1 April 2020.

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Part-time, Fixed-term Career Development Lecturership in Spanish American Literature

Trinity College invites applications for a Career Development Lecturership in Spanish American Literature for a fixed-term period of three years, from 1st September 2020 to 31st August 2023. This post is intended to provide teaching for undergraduate students from 1st October 2020 to 30th June 2023 while Dr María del Pilar Blanco, the College’s Fellow in Spanish, is seconded from her College teaching duties to The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH). The Lecturer will be free of all teaching duties for 2-3 months of each year of the appointment, to allow them to further their research. This post is part-time, at 50% of a full-time equivalent, and will require the postholder to be available for duties in Trinity for 50% of the week. It is anticipated the postholder may hold another compatible post for the remaining 50% of their time.

Teaching of Spanish at Trinity College
Trinity College admits circa seven undergraduate students to read Spanish or one of the joint schools each year. The successful candidate will be required to teach six ‘weighted’ hours a week (details on weighted hours can be found the in the further particulars) i.e. approximately 4 to 5 clock hours a week, averaged across three terms (October-June). The Career Development Lecturer will be mentored by Dr Blanco. They will take a leading role in the organisation of Modern Languages and of the relevant joint schools, collaborating with the College’s other organising tutors in these subjects and organising (with the assistance of Dr Blanco) the teaching of Spanish for all students on the relevant Modern Languages courses. In addition, they will act as Director of Studies (with the assistance of Dr Blanco) for a number of undergraduates studying Spanish and joint school courses at Trinity; alongside Dr Blanco, assist with the annual undergraduate admissions exercise (November-December); provide tuition for a small number of undergraduates in Spanish at Worcester College (for which additional payment will be made by Worcester College).

Research in Spanish
Applicants must have completed a relevant doctorate by 1st September 2020. As a Career Development Lecturer, they must engage in original, independent research of a high standard, and have identified a research project to pursue over the time of the appointment. They must have one or more publications demonstrating strong research expertise in the field, appropriate for their career stage.

Further particulars and details of how to apply are available here: Further Particulars Part Time Spanish CDL 2020 3

Closing date for applications: 12 noon (UK time) on Monday 9th March 2020

Interviews to be held in Trinity College on Wednesday 15th April 2020

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Two Fixed-term, Part-time Research Lecturerships in Classics (Latin Language and Literature; Greek Language and Literature)

Trinity College invites applications for two fixed-term Research Lecturerships in Classics (one in Latin Language and Literature, one in Greek Language and Literature), from 1st July 2020 to 31st December 2021. These posts are part-time: each is 0.66 FTE. They are intended to provide both a substantial early-career research opportunity, and teaching for undergraduates from 1st October 2020 to 30th June 2021 while the College’s Fellow in Classics, Dr Gail Trimble, is on leave. Both Research Lecturers will be free from all teaching and organisational duties and able to focus solely on their research from July to December 2021. It is expected that they will be submitted to the REF 2021 by Trinity College.

Applicants must have completed a relevant doctorate by the start of the post (1st July 2020). By this date they should not previously have held for more than one year any academic post which was research-only or which required both teaching and research, and which was more than 0.5 FTE. As a Research Lecturer, they must engage in original, independent research of a high standard, and have identified a research project to pursue over the time of the appointment. They must have one or more publications (either published or forthcoming by December 2020) demonstrating strong research expertise in the field, appropriate to their career stage.

Each successful candidate will be required to teach seven weighted hours per week, averaged across the three eight-week terms for which teaching is required. During this period, they will also be expected to spend the equivalent of one further teaching hour per week on organisational duties. Each will play a key part in the organisation of Literae Humaniores and the Classics side of the relevant joint schools (Classics and Modern Languages, Classics and English, Classics and Oriental Studies), collaborating with the College’s other tutors in Classics and Ancient History, and with the tutors in Philosophy, English and Modern Languages. They will also be expected to carry out the standard duties of a college Lecturer, including acting as Director of Studies for some undergraduates studying Classics and joint schools, and participating in the undergraduate admissions exercises for Classics and joint schools. Applicants should have a specialism either in Latin language and literature or in Greek language and literature, and must be able to cover the core requirements for teaching in the relevant area as set out in the further particulars.

Further particulars and details of how to apply are available here: Classics Research Lecturerships FPs 2020 1

Closing date for applications: 12 noon (UK time) on Monday 24th February 2020. 

Interviews will be held in Trinity College on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th March 2020.

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Fixed-term, Part-time College Lecturership in Engineering Science (Mathematics)

Applications are invited for a Fixed-term, part-time College Lecturership in Engineering Science for one year in the first instance from 20th April 2020. The successful candidate will be required to teach up to four weighted hours per week and to devote the equivalent of one further weighted hour per week to the role of Director of Studies to one year-group, assist with setting and marking termly collections and taking a leading role in the annual undergraduate admissions exercise.  The teaching required will cover first- and second-year topics in Engineering Mathematics (papers P1 and A1). Preference may be given to candidates who can also teach selected topics in Electricity (papers P2 and A2). The syllabus is available on request from the Academic Administrator at Trinity (academic.administrator@trinity.ox.ac.uk).

Further particulars and details of how to apply are available here: Further Particulars Lecturership In Engineering Science 2020 (Part Time)

Closing date for applications: 12 noon (UK time) on Friday 28th February 2020.

Interviews will be held in Trinity College on Wednesday 18th March 2020.

Candidates should have an excellent educational background, with a good first degree and either have completed or be close to completing a doctorate in Engineering, Physics or Mathematics. They should also have the ability to teach high-achieving undergraduates via College tutorials and/or classes.

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Non-Academic Posts

Trinity College Librarian

(Salary: £39,152 to £41,526)

Trinity College is seeking to appoint a Librarian from 1 August 2020. The post of Librarian is central to the academic life of the College. The Librarian works closely with students and academics, as well as other members of the College’s support staff. Further information about all the parts of the Library is available at https://www.trinity.ox.ac.uk/library/.

We wish to appoint a qualified, experienced and welcoming librarian who is very committed to student-facing library services, as well as to curating the College’s significant collection of rare and antiquarian books. The Librarian will take responsibility, working with the Fellow Librarian (an academic Fellow), for the development, efficient organisation, smooth running and security of the College Library.

How to apply

Applicants should email an electronic copy of each of the following to the Academic Administrator (academic.administrator@trinity.ox.ac.uk) by 12 noon (UK time) Thursday 19 March 2020.

  • A covering letter explaining why they are applying for this post;
  • A curriculum vitae, including education and professional experience;
  • The names and contact details, including email addresses, of two referees (at least one of whom should be a recent or current line-manager or employer). References will not be taken up before shortlisting, and then only with applicants’ permission.

Interviews will be held on Thursday 30 April 2020, in Trinity College. Shortlisted candidates will be offered the opportunity to visit the Library informally during April, before the interviews.

Further particulars are available here: Trinity College Librarian Further Particulars.

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Wellbeing Adviser 

Salary £33,375 for 39 weeks p.a., to include full time working during each of three 10 week terms, plus 24.5 days delivered flexibly outside term-time, plus 20.5 days of annual leave to be taken outside term-time.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to lead our Wellbeing team as they support the educational and personal development of Trinity students.

The Wellbeing Adviser will develop and facilitate access to a range of welfare and wellbeing services, activities and training, and lead a small team of wellbeing staff to ensure a proactive and effective service.

You must hold a degree or equivalent, and have substantial experience in one area relevant to mental health e.g. social work, mental health nursing or clinical psychology.

You should have excellent communication skills, be able to work both independently and as a member of a team, have experience of working in a multi-agency environment, managing a large caseload and developing and delivering a range of interventions.

To apply, please email jennifer.cable@trinity.ox.ac.uk with your CV and a covering letter.  Details of the post can be downloaded here: Job Description Wellbeing Adviser

The closing date for applications is noon on 24th January 2020 and interviews will be held on 12th and 13th February.

Trinity College is an Equal Opportunities Employer; we encourage all applicants to complete the attached equal opportunity monitoring form.