PEMBROKE COLLEGE, OXFORD FIXED TERM ROKOS CAREER DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIP IN ECONOMICS Pembroke College invites applications for a Rokos Career Development Fellowship in Economics or Economic History. This is a fixed-term appointment for three years in the first instance, with the possibility of renewal for a further two years subject to satisfactory performance. In addition to supporting outstanding early-career researchers in establishing themselves, the Fellowship aims to build an academic community of shared interests in the College. Accordingly, while the field of specialisation is open, there is strong preference for proposals that complement the interests of the Fellow in Economics, Dr. Brian A’Hearn. These include (the history of) economic geography and the economy of cities, technical change and economic growth, the labour market, human capital, institutions, and living standards. The main duties of the post is to provide teaching in Economics to undergraduates reading for the joint schools of Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE), Economics and Management, and History and Economics; to perform administrative duties associated with teaching and research; and to engage in advanced study and research. The successful candidates will have a doctorate, but be at an early stage of their career. They will demonstrate the ability to carry out research in Economics, and to teach effectively across a range of topics in Economics. The duties and responsibilities of the posts are set out in the further particulars which can be obtained at: www.pmb.ox.ac.uk/contact-us/vacancies The salary for this post will be in the range £32,277 to £35,256 per annum depending on experience and qualifications. The application procedure is set out in the Further Particulars. Closing date for applications is noon on 20th April 2015. It is anticipated that interviews will be held during the week beginning 4th May. The College is an equal opportunities employer Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-presented in academic posts in Oxford.
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