...has been advertised, this time at Somerville College and the University of Oxford. Further details will appear in due course here.
But you can download the Word documents for the Advertisement, Further Particulars, and Cover Sheet required for applications by clicking on the links.
Here is the advertisement:
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
SOMERVILLE COLLEGE IN ASSOCIATION WITH
THE FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY
TUTORIAL FELLOWSHIP IN ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY IN ASSOCIATION WITH
A COMMON UNIVERSITY FUND (CUF) UNIVERSITY LECTURERSHIP
The University of Oxford: Somerville College and the Faculty of Philosophy, Oxford, invite applications from suitably qualified candidates for the above post starting 1 October 2013.
This post is permanent, subject to the satisfactory completion of a review of the initial period of office by the College and the University. This review, which will take place no later than the fifth year of appointment, is intended to be constructive; it is non-competitive, and most postholders in Oxford complete it satisfactorily.
The area of specialization for this post is Ancient Philosophy.
The successful candidate must be able to provide research-led teaching and supervision in Ancient Philosophy at all levels, undergraduate and graduate. Applications from candidates whose work complements the research and teaching of the Faculty, will be welcome; this includes especially candidates with expertise in Ancient Philosophy after Aristotle.
The successful candidate should normally be able to give undergraduate teaching (in the form of tutorials) in at least two of Logic, General Philosophy and Moral Philosophy from the first year course and a variety of core areas for more advanced papers. A wider teaching repertoire is an advantage.
The salary will be on grade 10a (£42,883 to £57,581 per annum, as at 1 October 2012) of the University’s pay and grading structure. Additional College allowances are payable.
The Further Particulars, with details about the position and how to apply, are available from the College and Faculty websites (http://www.some.ox.ac.uk and http://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk).
By 1 January 2013, the successful candidate must have received the degree of PhD (or equivalent), or attained a comparable level of publications.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 14 January 2013.
Applications for this post are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford. The University and the College are equal opportunities employers.