Lecturer in Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences

The above post, at York University, has recently been advertised on jobs.ac.uk. Details below…

Ref:  UoY00917

Applications are invited from social scientists for the above post.  You will teach basic and more advanced statistics to both undergraduate and postgraduate students in sociology, contribute more generally to the teaching of social research methods, and make a more general teaching contribution in your own areas of substantive specialism.  You will be expected to take on an administrative role relating to our MA in Social Research Methods and the methodological training of PhD students.  It would also be advantageous if you were able to take a lead in computing and software development for the broader research effort in the Department.

You should possess a strong record of empirical research and an emerging record of publications commensurate with the quality of other research in the Department.  Areas of substantive expertise are open, but we would particularly welcome applications from candidates able to combine a commitment to critical social science with excellent quantitative skills and an interest in: cultural analysis and/or gender.

Salary £35,646 to £43,840 per annum. This post is available from 1st January 2011.

Closing date:  Monday 13th September.  Interview date: Friday 1st October.

For further information and to apply on-line, please visit our website: http://www.york.ac.uk/jobs/

Alternatively contact HR Services on 01904 434835 quoting reference number UoY00917.


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