Get that Lectureship

The following Lectureships have recently been advertised at some of the North-West’s Universities and may be of interest to Humanities Research Staff:

Lancaster University – Lecturers of Sociology (2 fixed -term posts)

£31,671 – £35,646 pro rata

Closing date: 6 June. Interview date: 5 July.

See: http://www.hr-jobs.lancs.ac.uk

Edge Hill University – Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Criminology

Full-time and permanent

Up to £46,510 p.a.

Closing Date: 9th June 2010

http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/jobs

Edge Hill University – Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Management (2 posts)

Full-time and permanent

Up to £46,510 p. a

Closing Date: 9th June 2010

http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/jobs

Edge Hill University – Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in media, Music and Sound

Full-time and permanent

Up to £46,510 p. a

Closing Date: 9th June 2010

http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/jobs

Edge Hill University – Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Performance

Full-time and permanent

Up to £46,510 p. a

Closing Date: 9th June 2010

http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/jobs

Edge Hill University – Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Drama

Full-time and permanent

Up to £46,510 p. a

Closing Date: 9th June 2010

http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/jobs

Edge Hill University – Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Dance

Full-time and permanent

Up to £46,510 p. a

Closing Date: 9th June 2010

http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/jobs

Liverpool University – Lecturers in Planning/Civic Design (2 posts)

Permanent and Full-time

£30,747 – £35,646 pa

Closing Date: 25 June 2010

http://www.liv.ac.uk/working/job_vacancies/

University of Manchester – Lecturer in Modern British History

£32,620 – £45,155 p.a.

Closing Date: 18th June

http://www.manchester.ac.uk/_contentlibrary/_vacancies/furtherparticularsmax10mbpdf,173562,en.pdf

If you’re thinking of applying for an academic job in the near future, you might want to sign up for the forthcoming Academic Career Planning workshop (3rd June). For more details and to book your place, see: http://www.humanities.manchester.ac.uk/humnet/acaserv/pgresearch/skillstraining/staffdev/course/index.htm?id=442

You might also want to keep an eye out for a forthcoming blog post on writing an academic CV and, as always, you can book an appointment with Sonja (the Careers Service’s Research Staff consultant) to discuss any aspect of (academic or non-academic) career planning, CV writing, job applications or interview techniques at: http://www.careers.manchester.ac.uk/staff/research-staff/book/

Finally, you can find out more about academic careers as well as other career options for people with a PhD at the upcoming ‘Pathways’ event run by the Careers Service. This 3-day event (11th, 14th and 16th June) is FREE and open to all research students and staff across the University. You can choose to attend for as much or as little of the event as you like, and you’ll have the chance to hear about career pathways of PhD graduates, be able to participate in career development workshops and have the opportunity to meet employers who are specifically looking to recruit people with PhDs. For more information or to book your place, visit: http://www.careers.manchester.ac.uk/students/postgraduates/pathways/

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