The Faculty of English and Literature in association with Lady Margaret Hall and St Anne’s College is seeking to appoint two full-time Departmental Lecturers to two-year fixed-term teaching and research posts in English Literature, with a core focus on eighteenth-century literature. It is anticipated that the appointees will take up the posts on 1 September 2023.
You will be expected to deliver up to 16 hours of Faculty lectures, classes, or seminars per year. The Faculty teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate lecturing on eighteenth-century Literature in English, and supervision on a range of topics in Literature in English 1660-1830 for the English Faculty, and College teaching within that period and for the Classics and English ‘Epic’ link paper. You will also undertake dissertation supervision and examining and will be expected to provide around 8 hours per week of tutorial teaching or equivalent for undergraduates at College.
You must possess (or be near to completing) a doctorate in the field of English Literature, have experience of undergraduate teaching, and possess excellent interpersonal and organisational skills. You will also have a strong research and publication record in English literature of the long eighteenth century.
Further particulars (which all applicants must consult) are available via the link below.
Applications (which should include a CV and a supporting statement explaining your suitability for the post) must be made online by 12:00 noon on 20 June 2023. You will be asked to upload a CV and supporting statement. Please ensure all documents are uploaded as PDF files. 
Candidates shortlisted for interviews will be asked to submit a sample of written work in advance of the interviews and will be requested to give a short presentation as part of the assessment process. Two references will be requested for shortlisted candidates.
Interviews will be held in Oxford on Monday, 10 July 2023.