Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in History of Philosophy
- Full Time
Department: Humanities, Philosophy
Salary: £39,081 to £51,253 pa inclusive of London Weighting Allowance
Applications are invited from ambitious academics in Philosophy. We are looking, in particular, for outstanding candidates to develop our existing strengths in the History of Philosophy. An ability to teach Ethics, Epistemology and Philosophy of Science will be an advantage.
Our department covers a broad range of subjects: history, classics, philosophy, theology and religious studies. It has strong links with The National Archives, particularly through the 17thcentury Hearth Tax Project, and numerous Christian churches and Islamic organisations.
Further information about the Humanities Department is available on our website: https://www.roehampton.ac.uk/humanities/
This is an exciting time for the University; our new £35m state-of-the art library has just opened and we are continuing to develop a number of external partnerships across the globe.
We have a strong emphasis on supporting our students to reach their full potential in order to launch themselves onto successful graduate careers and we are embarking on a radical programme of enhancement in learning and teaching across all our academic areas. ‘In the Complete University Guide 2018, Roehampton is the highest-ranked modern university in London. Modern, or new, universities are defined as those granted university status post1992. Complete University Guide does not itself define modern universities and does not produce a separate league table in which these are ranked.’
The University has a beautiful, vibrant parkland campus, is located in the heart of south-west London and offers excellent facilities for researching, learning, teaching and working.
To find out more information about the role and what we’re looking for, visit the Working at Roehampton section of our website where you will find full details, how to apply, as well as further information about the benefits of working for us.
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact the Head of Department: Professor Don MacRaild, firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more information about the role and what we’re looking for, please visit the Working at Roehampton section of our website where you will find full details, how to apply, as well as further information about the benefits of working for us. http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/Working-at-Roehampton/