Monday, 12 July 2010

academic post in Translation Studies, University of Exeter deadline 16 July

Dear all,
Just saw this - looks like a good opportunity.

We are pleased to announce two one-year translation posts at Exeter: below is the description for the teaching fellow post, and there is an associate teaching felow post as well. Only one application is needed for both posts, and both are advertised on the University website ( and on

Please note that the turn around is tight -- the deadline is THIS FRIDAY, 16th July. If you have any questions about the posts, please do not hesitate to contact me at r.m.mansell at

All the best



Dr Richard Mansell
Director MA Translation
The Queen's Building
The University of Exeter

+44 1392 26 3199

Teaching Fellow in Translation NEW
Ref: N2607
Closes 16th Jul 2010
College of Humanities   (Academic)

Teaching Fellow in Translation (Ref. N2607)

Salary: £31,671 per annum

This full-time post is available from 1st September 2010 on a fixed term basis until 30th September 2011.

The University seeks to appoint a Teaching Fellow in Translation to contribute to postgraduate and undergraduate teaching in Translation Studies, and in appropriate language programmes within the Department of Modern Languages. The person appointed will have expertise in translation theory and/or professional translation practice and have completed, or be near completion of a PhD in a relevant discipline. A record of research-led teaching experience in one of the above-named languages is essential.

The starting salary will be £31,671 per annum on Grade F.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Katharine Hodgson, Head of Department of Modern Languages (k.m.hodgson at

Application packs are available from

E-mail completed applications to G.A.Macdonald at; quoting reference number N2607.

The closing date for completed applications is 12 noon 16th July 2010.

Interviews will take place on 28th July 2010.

The University of Exeter is an equal opportunity employer and promotes diversity in its workforce and, whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, is particularly keen to consider applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce.

Please contact: G.A.Macdonald at

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