Teaching Associate in Shakespeare – Nottingham

August 12, 2011

Teaching Associate in Shakespeare & Early Modern Drama

University of Nottingham – School of English Studies

Applications are invited for the above post in the School of English Studies.

Candidates should have a PhD (or be very near to completion) in Shakespeare and/or Early Modern Drama and be able to teach on core modules on drama and performance and early modern literature and drama.  Candidates should also be willing to contribute to the delivery of the School’s Distance Learning MA and continuing and professional development programmes where appropriate.  Teaching experience in higher education will be an advantage.

Salary will be within the range £27,428 – £35,788 per annum, depending on skills and experience, salary progression beyond this scale is

subject to performance. This post is available from 1 September 2011 and will be offered on a fixed-term contract until 31 August 2012.

Closing date: 17 August 2011. 

Find out more here



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