Leeds: Fixed-term part-time lecturer in philosophy of science

Lecturer in Philosophy of Science,
University of Leeds

** Closing Date: 21 August 2013 **

50% of Full Time Equivalent, Fixed Term from September 2013 to 31 August 2014

The School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science is seeking to make an appointment for a Lecturer in Philosophy of Science from September 2013, with a preference for a candidate with an expertise in philosophy of physics.

You will be an active researcher able to articulate, develop and enhance connections to existing research strengths in Philosophy and History and Philosophy of Science (HPS) within the School of PRHS. You will be developing a publication profile that will enhance the School’s research culture and enhance its international research profile and will also have an ability to contribute to a range of research-led teaching in both Philosophy and HPS. You will take on appropriate teaching responsibilities, following discussion with the Head of School or the relevant Deputy Head of School.

You will have obtained or submitted a doctorate in Philosophy (by no later than the 20 September 2013). With the capacity to teach modules at HE level in the Philosophy of Science, and Philosophy of Physics in particular, you will have good time management skills and the ability to organise, balance and prioritise work commitments appropriately.

For general information about the School please visit http://www.leeds.ac.uk/philosophy

Please upload at least one written sample of your research with your application.

University Grade 7 (£33,230 – £36,298 p.a. pro-rata.)

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor John Divers, tel +44 (0)113 343 3281, email j.divers@leeds.ac.uk.

Closing Date: 21 August 2013

Further information:

jobs.leeds.ac.uk/
Reference: ARTPR0011

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