JOB Nov 1, 2004

Positions from (4)

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Northumbria University

Film Studies
History of Modern Art, Design and Film, School of Arts and Social Sciences

Ref. ASS04/05

In order to develop its work in the history of modern visual culture, the
School of Arts and Social Sciences wishes to appoint a specialist in the
area of Film Studies. It is envisaged that the post-holder would
contribute to both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Film
Studies. It is hoped that s/he would also work with colleagues in the
History of Art, Design and Film Subject Division to develop Television
Studies as a distinct area of provision within the School. The successful
candidate will be encouraged to pursue their individual research interests
and to participate in collaborative research initiatives in the School and

Salary: Lecturer £23,643 - £29,479 per annum

Closing Date: 12 November 2004

Applications can only be accepted when made on the official application
form which you can request from our website, by telephoning (0191)
227 3480 during office hours or by writing to Sam Potter, Human Resources,
Northumbria University, 101 Lipman Building, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8ST.

Please quote reference number.

An equal opportunities employer.

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University of Ulster

Lecturers / Research Fellows / Research Associates / Research Assistants
Interface: Centre for Research in Art, Technologies and Design

Having been awarded a rating of 5 in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise
(RAE) and having won substantial funding under the second phase of the
Support Programme for University Research (SPUR2), the University has
established a major research centre in the School of Art and Design:

Interface: Centre for Research in Art, Technologies and Design

Interface is predicated upon the interdisciplinary nature of practice-led
research in Art and Design, and upon the impact of changes in technology
upon that research. Interface consists of two complementary research zones:

Art and its Locations: The zone has two clusters of related
research activities - Art and Contested Spaces, and Art and Documentation.
Fabric Forward: Textile Art, Technology and Design: The research
zone has two clusters - Hybrid Textile Configurations, and Customisation
and Construction.

Applications are invited for the following full-time posts:

Lecturers (permanent and fixed-term)
Fine Art Ref: C04/464/A
Textile Art, Design and Technology Ref: C04/465/A

Research Fellow
Fine Art Ref: C04/466/A
Textiles Ref: C04/467/A

Research Associate
Forms of Documentation and Curatorial Practice Ref: C04/468/A
Public Art Ref: C04/469/A
Textile Art Ref: C04/470/A
Textile Technology Ref: C04/471/A

Research Assistant
Forms of Documentation Ref: C04/472/A
Art in Context Ref: C04/473/A
Textile Technology Ref: C04/474/A
Textile Art Ref: C04/475/A

Research posts and fixed-term lectureships are all tenable for three years
in the first instance. All posts are based at the Belfast campus.

Salary for academic posts: £23,643 - £35,883
Salary for Research Fellows: £27,116 - £35,883
Salary for all other posts: £19,460 - £21,640

Closing Dates: Posts CO4/464 - C04/467 19 November 2004
Posts C04/468 - C04/471 26 November 2004
Posts C04/472 - C04/475 3 December 2004

Interview Dates: Posts C04/464 - C04/465 16/17 December 2004
Posts C04/466 - C04/467 14/15 December 2004
Posts C04/468 - C04/471 7/10/11/13 January 2005
Posts CO4/472 - CO4/475 18/19/21 January 2005

Applicants are encouraged to access further details and application forms

Telephone/email requests for posts C04/464 - C04/467 will be answered from
25 October 2004, C04/468 - CO4/471 will be answered from 1 November 2004
and C04/472 - C04/475 from 8 November 2004. Tel: 028 7032 4946 email:

An equal opportunities employer, the University encourages applications
from both men and women, those with disabilities and those from all
sections of the community. All applications will be considered on merit.
The University offers an attractive final salary pension scheme and
operates a no smoking policy.

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Junior Research Fellowships 2005
Christ Church, Merton College and St John's College

The Governing Bodies of the three Colleges propose to elect in
co-operation eleven Junior Research Fellows, in Arts and Sciences,
according to an agreed allocation of subjects between the Colleges. The
Fellowships are open to men and women and are tenable from 1 October 2005.

The Fellowships are normally awarded to those who are approaching the end
of their doctoral research or who have begun post-doctoral study. Fellows
must engage in original research and may, with the permission of the
appropriate Governing Body, undertake a limited amount of teaching. The
current salary is £17,158.

Application forms, together with further particulars, and details of the
allocation of subjects, may be obtained from the JRF Administrator, Christ
Church, Oxford OX1 1DP ( or direct from the
College website (

The closing date for applications is noon on 17 December 2004.

The Colleges concerned are committed to conducting themselves as Equal
Opportunity Employers (details can be found in the Further Particulars)

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Architectural Historian
Faculty Of Arts

University of Plymouth

Ref: 5926/FA Salary £23643 to £36428 pa – Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Scale

The Faculty requires an architectural historian who is able to combine
good research potential and teaching excellence with proven administrative
skills. This new full-time post will be nominally sited within the School
of Architecture and Design, but will also involve work across the Faculty.

You will be primarily responsible for delivering Architectural History
programmes within the Department of Architecture from September 2005;
planning, managing and teaching for the emerging Centre for 18th Century
Studies; planning and delivering the Faculty’s new Lifelong Learning
programme; and pursuing personal research, to be submitted as part of the
Faculty’s RAE submission for UoA60.

Interviews will be held during late November, and the successful candidate
will be expected to assume the post soon after 1 January 2005.

If you wish to discuss the requirements of the post in greater detail,
please contact the Dean of Faculty, Professor Steven Parissien on 01752
238100, after 1 November 2004, although applications must be made in
accordance with the details shown below.


Job Description

Application forms can be downloaded into the following formats:

Word 6
Rich Text
* Adobe Acrobat

Application Forms & Additional Info must be returned to Personnel &
Development, University of Plymouth by email to: or by
post to the address stated on the application form.

If you experience any problems in downloading any of the above
information, please telephone Recruitment Services on 01752 232165

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