Job title: Associate Professorship (or Professorship) and Tutorial Fellowship in Classics (Greek Language and Literature)
Department: Faculty of Classics
College: Lady Margaret Hall
Contract type: Permanent upon completion of a successful review. The review is conducted during the first 5 years
Reporting to: Chair of the Classics Faculty Board Senior Tutor (for college-specific duties)
Salary: Combined salary on scale within the range £50,300 - £67,541 per annum (plus per annum taxable and pensionable College housing allowance of £10,055) if living outside College and other benefits.) An allowance of £2,931 per annum would be made upon award of the title of Full Professor
Completed applications including the (optional) equal opportunities form, should be sent by email to Mrs Jo White email@example.com to arrive no later than noon on Friday 24 March 2023. Applications received after this time will not be considered.
Overview of the role
Lady Margaret Hall and the Faculty of Classics invite applications from suitably qualified candidates for a Tutorial Fellowship and Associate Professorship in Classics to be appointed with effect from 1 September 2023 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will be both a member of the Faculty of Classics and an Official Fellow and Tutor in Classics at LMH.
The successful candidate will be expected to engage in advanced study and research in Classics, and to give high quality tutorials, seminars, lectures, and supervision at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The postholder is expected to engage in advanced study and research in any aspect of Greek Language and Literature. Areas of specialisation that are of particular interest to the Faculty are Prose, Drama, and Classical Reception. The successful candidate must have teaching competence across a range of Greek language and literature papers as required by the undergraduate courses. Further details of these courses are available at www.classics.ox.ac.uk/ see the link to the Course Handbooks under ‘For Students’.
LMH has a friendly community of scholars engaged in work on the ancient world, including a Tutorial Fellow in Ancient History, college lectureships in Latin Language and Literature and Ancient Philosophy, and two Senior Research Fellows in Classical Archaeology. We have graduate students in Classical Languages and Literature, Classical Archaeology, and Ancient History, and undergraduate students in Classics, Classics and Modern Languages, Classics and English, Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, Ancient and Modern History, and Classics and Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.