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Please find below a list of vacancies in Mathematics which are currently open for applications at Oxford colleges. Note that these vacancies are not administered by the Mathematical Institute. Applicants will need to click on the individual apply links to view the details for each vacancy, including the further particulars, and to apply directly via the College website. Informal enquiries should be directed to the contact as stated on the College advertisement. 

College Lecturer in Pure Mathematics (St John's College) - closing Wednesday 17 April 2024

St John’s College, is advertising a one-year College Lecturer in Pure Mathematics: 

https://www.sjc.ox.ac.uk/discover/vacancies/college-lecturer-in-pure-mathematics/

This position is most likely to appeal to early career researchers, including final year PhD students expecting to submit their thesis before September 2024.

As detailed in the advert, the main role of this post will be to provide small group tutorials to first and second year students, across a range of pure mathematics courses. We expect this, and related activities will take up about 40-60% of the lecturers working time during the 24 weeks of the Oxford terms, with most of the rest of the time available for research.  There is a travel allowance to support research travel.  The lecturer will be encouraged to join the appropriate research group of the Mathematical Institute and take full advantage of the lively research environment, as well as engage in the College mathematical community.

 

Stipendiary Lectureships in Applied Mathematics at Balliol College - closing Friday 03 May

Balliol College proposes to appoint either a six-hour Stipendiary Lecturer or two three-hour Stipendiary Lecturers in Applied Mathematics for the academic year 2024-25, commencing 1 October 2024 and ending on 30 June 2025.  These are fixed-term positions providing cover for Professor Moulton during his sabbatical leave and are non-renewable.  The lecturer(s) will be asked to teach a selection of Applied Mathematics topics in the first and second year, including revision in Trinity term. Specific courses for which teaching is needed:
 
·      Year 1 Geometry (MT)
·      Year 1 Dynamics (HT)
·      Year 1 Fourier Series and PDEs (HT)
·      Year 2 Differential Equations 1 (MT)
·      Year 2 Differential Equations 2 (HT)
·      Year 2 Fluids and Waves (HT)
·      Year 2 Integral transforms (short option in HT)
·      Year 2 Calculus of Variations (short option, TT)
·      Year 2 Mathematical Biology (short option, TT)
 
The lecturer(s) will also be expected to assist with the administration of the subject, including admissions, and with pastoral care of students.
Successful applicant(s) will be expected to teach an average of either six or three hours a week in full term.  A stipend (at current rates) of £15,24 for the 6-hour Lecturership or £7,622 for the 3-hour Lecturership is payable. Benefits include certain common-room rights.

Furhter information can be found here: https://www.balliol.ox.ac.uk/balliol-people/vacancies/2024/april/stipendiary-lecturers-applied-mathematics 

 Applications and references must reach the College Office (or Balliol College, Oxford OX1 3BJ) by Friday 3 May.  It is expected that interviews will be held shortly thereafter. Any prospective applicants wishing to discuss details of the post should contact Derek Moulton @email 

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