Job: Three Lecturer/Senior Lecturer posts at Northumbria University, Newcastle

Northumbria University is a thriving, research-rich university with a global reputation for academic excellence and a clear and ambitious vision. The University was the UK’s largest riser in research power in REF 2014. The Department of Humanities made a significant contribution to that rise, including through its History submission, which saw History’s combined total of 3* and 4* research at 77.1 per cent. The University also has the highest level of student entry qualifications of any modern university, in addition to exceptionally strong student satisfaction rates in History (100% satisfaction in History & Politics, and 99% in Single Honours History in the last NSS). We are also pursuing high-performing collaborations and partnerships at home and overseas for research and impact purposes.

Post One: American History
The University is seeking to support its strength in History with the appointment of a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in American History. We invite applications from outstanding academics with an international research profile in this field. We are interested in applications from across the full spectrum of American history, including American political history from the late 19th and 20th centuries.
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AXR910/senior-lecturer-or-lecturer-in-american-history/

Post Two: History
The University is seeking to support its strength in History with the appointment of a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in History. We invite applications from outstanding academics with an international research profile in History and particularly encourage applications from scholars working on women’s history or gender history.
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AXR934/senior-lecturer-or-lecturer-in-history/

Post Three: History
The University is seeking to support its strength in History with the appointment of a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in History. We invite applications from outstanding academics with an international research profile in History and are particularly intested in applications from scholars working on the history of the British Atlantic World after c1700.
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AXR990/senior-lecturer-or-lecturer-in-history/

Closing date for all applications is 30 March, 2017
For an informal discussion about this opportunity, please contact Dr Tanja Bueltmann, Associate Professor in History and Head of Department of Humanities (Acting) on 0191 227 4761 or tanja.bueltmann@northumbria.ac.uk.