The Mathematical Institute proposes to appoint an Associate Professorship (or Professor) of Pure Mathematics and its Interfaces from 1 April 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will be appointed to a Tutorial Fellowship at Hertford College, under arrangements described in the job description.
The combined University and College salary scale has a minimum point of £47,263 per annum. In addition the College pays substantial additional benefits including a housing allowance of £9,626 p.a. An allowance of £2,754 pa would be payable upon award of Full Professor title.
The main duties of the post are to carry out, disseminate the results of, obtain funding for, and supervise research at a high international standard in pure mathematics, to teach a range of topics in mathematics via lectures, classes and tutorials, and to perform administrative and pastoral functions associated with teaching and research.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in mathematics or closely related subject and will demonstrate the ability to carry out research at a high international level in Pure Mathematics and its Interfaces along with the ability to teach effectively across a range of topics in mathematics. The duties and responsibilities of the post are set out in the job description.
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Only applications received before 12.00 noon on Friday 30th August 2019 can be considered.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford. The University is committed to equality and valuing diversity.
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