The Department of History of Art, University of Cambridge, invites applications for a temporary Teaching Associate in Medieval Art and Architecture, to start from 1 August 2022. The position is full-time and fixed term for 12 months.
The purpose of the role is to contribute to department teaching with a specialism in Medieval Art and Architecture.
Specifically, the role holder will be asked to deliver a Special Subject for Part II on aspects of Medieval art and architecture and to contribute seminars/skills training sessions as appropriate to postgraduate programmes in the department.
In addition they will be asked to plan, prepare and deliver lectures, seminars and classes for the students at relevant parts of the Tripos (undergraduate) on Medieval art and architecture, including lecture material and handouts and to contribute lectures/seminars as appropriate to the Part IIA (second-year) course Theoretical Approaches to the History of Art and Architecture and the Part IIB (third-year) course The Display of Art, and the core MPhil methodologies seminar.
The role-holder will also have a role in preparing examinations and assessing and examining students and supervising students who choose dissertation subjects in the field of Medieval art and architecture. Additional remuneration will be made for the supervision of their students by Colleges.
Candidates must have PhD in a specialist area, with a focus on medieval art and architecture or equivalent demonstrable experience and/or a teaching qualification as appropriate and experience of successfully developing and delivering teaching at a Higher Education setting, including both lectures and seminars or smaller group work, and administrative duties as required.