5 Reasearch fellows humanities (Lavoro Estero)
scritto da Belfast, 29.10.2012, 10:09
Research Fellow (5 Posts)
Queen's University Belfast - Inst for Collaborative Research in the Humanit=
To be an active member of the Institute for Collaborative Research in the H=
umanities, assisting in the development of research
proposals and the planning and delivery of a specific programme of research=
activity within the Institute.
Applicants should submit a full CV with a letter of application that sets o=
ut in detail the proposed research questions that are to be
addressed during the three-year period of the Fellowship, including a reali=
stic timetable with clear milestones and measureable outputs.
The Institute has been set up to demonstrate how research in the Humanities=
furthers our understanding of human culture and
creativity in ways that have clear social, political or economic relevance =
The Fellows appointed to the Institute will already have an excellent resea=
rch record which will make a strong contribution to Queen's
research profile. They will be able to show why their research is important=
and relevant to national and international debates regarding
the future of research in the Humanities, and to emerging themes of interes=
t to RCUK.
Successful applicants will also be able to demonstrate how their planned re=
search programme will both enrich and be enriched by
other disciplines in the Humanities and beyond. They will be expected to se=
t out in detail the proposed research questions they wish
to answer during the three-year period of the Fellowship period, including =
a realistic research timetable with clear milestones and
measureable outputs. Fellows will work closely with the Director and other =
colleagues in the Institute and across relevant Schools to
plan and deliver their proposed programmes and to build a series of imagina=
tive and dynamic cross-campus and inter-institutional
collaborative partnerships through the Institute.
Salary scale: =A330,122 - =A339,257per annum (including contribution points=
Closing date: Monday 12 November 2012
Please click on the link below to view the job details and apply online.
For further information please contact:
Professor John Thompson, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The University is committed to equality of opportunity and to selection on =
merit. It therefore welcomes applications from all sections of society and =
particularly welcomes applications from people with a disability.