Early Career Development Fellowships in Economics
Title: Early Career Development Fellowships in Economics
- Employer: University of Oxford (Economics)
- Location: United Kingdom
- Position Type: Post-Doc
- Deadline: May 8, 2017
- Job Description:
Career Development Fellowship in Economics (Four posts)
Department of Economics, Manor Road Building, University of Oxford in association with Mansfield College and St Edmund Hall, Lincoln and Somerville Colleges.
Grade 7 of the Oxford salary scale, salary in the range £31,076 - £36,001 p.a.
Lincoln, Mansfield, St Edmund Hall, Somerville and the Department of Economics are recruiting for Early Career Development Fellows in Economics.
The Fellowships are intended to provide a structured development opportunity for exceptional candidates embarking on an academic career in Economics. The Fellow will receive mentoring from a senior academic staff member, and will be offered a carefully tailored package of professional development.
The posts are full time and are fixed-term for 4 years from the following dates;
Mansfield - 1st September 2017
St Edmund Hall, Lincoln and Somerville -1st October 2017
The Fellow will teach undergraduate students and provide administration for the College, including assessment and interviewing for the annual admissions exercise. The Fellow will also provide teaching for the department and will mark examination scripts, but will not be expected to undertake other departmental administrative duties.
The Fellow will also engage in research, with the intention of publishing in international journals. To support this, one term in the final year of the appointment will be designated as paid research leave.
Candidates should normally have obtained a PhD or equivalent by the 31st December 2017, and should not normally have completed a PhD or equivalent earlier than 1 October 2012 (with the exception of career breaks, e.g. for maternity / paternity leave). A high level of academic achievement, appropriate to the stage of the candidate’s career, is essential. Candidates will also have the ability, or the potential, to provide excellent tutorial and small group teaching. Previous experience of teaching would be an advantage.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for a Fellowship at either College, please apply through EconJobMarket.
Before applying, please read the further particulars for the roles linked below:
Your application will be considered by a joint panel consisting of members of the Colleges and the Department.
All applications received by GMT 12 noon on 25th April (Extended from the 20th April 2017) will be considered for all four positions unless the applicant expressly states a preference.
Any applications received after the 25th April and before the second closing date of the 8th May can only be considered for the Lincoln and Somerville College positions.
Applications received after the closing date of the 8th May will not be accepted.
*Interviews for the Mansfield and St Edmund Hall posts are scheduled to be held on the 3rd May 2017*
*Interviews for the Lincoln and Somerville posts are due to be held on 24th May 2017*
Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.
This position has closed. Applications are no longer accepted.