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Subject: Position at Cardiff University

Position at Cardiff University

From: Jane Henderson <hendersonlj<-a>
Date: Friday, April 11, 2014
Cardiff University

Ref: 1995BR

Salary: UKP30,728 - UKP36,661

Cardiff University's College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
is looking for exceptionally talented individuals to contribute to
the future of its research and teaching activities.  This permanent
post provides the opportunity for an individual to be well-placed to
progress quickly to senior lectureships following successful
probation.  Cardiff University has created a specific programme for
the development of early career academics, providing significant
professional and financial support towards a successful research and
teaching career.  This programme will give you the opportunity to
enhance your research expertise and hone your skills as an educator.
The University is committed to ensuring that you are given the space
and time to do this by limiting the time you teach to 50% of the
School norm throughout your first three years.

In addition, a generous personal research budget will give you the
freedom to invest in your own individual development, extend your
national and international networks and provide the financial
support you need to excel within your field.  This is a full time,
open ended position. This vacancy is for a lectureship in the
Conservation of Archaeological and Historical Objects, for which you
should either possess a PhD or be close to completion of a PhD
relevant to the post.  The successful applicant will have experience
in the practical conservation of objects and have a formal
conservation education.  They will teach laboratory-based practical
conservation and conduct lectures and tutorials with students
studying: BSc Conservation of Objects in Museums and Archaeology;
MSc Conservation Practice; MSc Professional Conservation; MSc Care
of Collections: selected Archaeology undergraduate modules and a new
Archaeology and Heritage Science degree being developed as part of
the expanding MSc portfolio of the Department of Archaeology and
Conservation.  Supervision of undergraduate and Masters'
dissertations is also required.  Engagement with scientific research
in conservation related subject areas is expected.

Details of how to apply can be found on

Jane Henderson BSc MSc, FIIC ACR
Department of Archaeology and Conservation
Cardiff University
John percival Building
Colum Road
Cardiff CF10 3EU

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