Lecturer in Portuguese Studies - Newcastle University
The School of Modern Languages wishes to appoint a lecturer in Portuguese Studies to play an active role in the Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies section, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant field, research expertise in an area of modern Lusophone studies, a strong or developing publication record, and clearly defined research plans that will lead to internationally excellent publications, grant applications and impact. They will have native or near-native fluency Portuguese and English, and have the ability to deliver research-led teaching and contribute as appropriate to the design and delivery of language modules in Portuguese. Applicants should be committed to team teaching, and demonstrate a strong desire to contribute to a vibrant section and School. They should possess the qualities required to take on appropriate administrative and pastoral roles within the School, and be motivated to undertake impact and engagement work.
Informal enquiries – Nigel Harkness, Head of School of Modern Languages. Nigel.email@example.com. +44 (0)191 208 3909
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