The Faculty of Music and St Catherine’s College propose to appoint a fixed-term Departmental Lecturer in historical musicology of the long 19th century. This is for a fixed term of 36 months with effect from 1 October 2019.
For the Faculty, the appointee will give 36 hours of lectures and/or seminars per year, supervise Masters students in historical musicology, assist in administering undergraduate examinations, undertake examining and serve as an assessor for doctoral submissions in his/her area of expertise, and conduct research in his/her area(s) of specialist expertise.
For the College she/he will be expected to take responsibility for the organisation, supervision and teaching of Music at St Catherine’s College, including arrangements for admission to the subjects and pastoral duties, as well as undertaking up to six hours college of tutorial teaching a week.
Applications are welcome from candidates with teaching expertise and experience – at both undergraduate and graduate levels – in the historical musicology of the long nineteenth century. The ability also to teach music analysis would be advantageous.
Candidates should have completed their doctorate by the date of their appointment, and should have acquired teaching and administrative experience.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon BST on 17 April 2019.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.
Further details can be found here.