Stipendiary Lectureship in Physics

Stipendiary Lectureship in Physics

£9,444 pa. Point 2, on the Recommended Scale for Stipendiary Lecturers 2019-20

No University post is associated with the Lectureship. The Lecturer will be an enthusiastic, self-motivated Stipendiary Lecturer able to undertake four contact hours a week of tutorial and/or class teaching averaged over the three eight-week terms of the academic year. He/she will be expected to teach initially in the following areas:  1st year Maths, 2nd year Electromagnetism and 3rd year Atomic and Laser Physics. Tutors with a preference to teach 3rd year Fluids/Flows/Complexity or 3rd year General Relativity will also be considered.


The Lecturer will be expected to work independently at times but always ultimately in collaboration with the fellows in the School, and, where they exist, any other lecturers, any Graduate Development Scholar and any Junior Research Fellows in the School.

The Lecturer will be expected to:

  • provide teaching to undergraduates and Visiting Students in the School for four contact hours each week of the full terms (1st Week to 8th Week inclusive). Preparation, setting and marking of written work relating to the teaching will also be required. If you do not fulfil the stipulated number of hours teaching for the College you are expected to teach for other colleges;
  • provide pastoral support to students, liaising with other staff as required;
  • supervise final year students preparing their dissertations in appropriate cases (if applicable);
  • assist with the organisation of teaching within the school;
  • set and mark internal college exams (‘Collections’) at the start of each term;
  • assist students with study skills, revision, and essay writing as required;
  • submit accurate and timely teaching records each term;
  • submit written reports on each student taught, and carry out report readings;
  • attend the College’s Open Days in the summer if these fall within the dates of the contract;
  • participate in Admissions;
  • take an active part in the intellectual life of the College’s academic community.

Selection criteria

  • Ability to teach in the areas listed above;
  • Ability and willingness to participate in a full range of pedagogic, pastoral and organisational tasks in the College;
  • Collegiality, enthusiastic, knowledgeable and motivational teaching style, and good communication skills;
  • Sensitivity in dealing effectively with any pastoral matters that may arise.

Please see the full further particulars and details on how to apply here.   The application form can be downloaded hereThe deadline for receipt of applications, including ALL references, is noon on Monday 7th September 2020.

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