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Post: Teaching Associate in Hispanic Studies
Location: Sheffield:  University of Sheffield - School of Languages and Cultures, Hispanic Studies Section
Salary: £30,175 to £38,183 Grade 7, per annum (pro-rata)
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Contract / Temporary

Closes: 1st December 2016
Job Ref: UOS014904
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Contract Type: Fixed-term until 30 June 2019
Working Pattern: 50% working commitment for 44 weeks per year (September to June)
Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Humanities

The School of Languages and Cultures (SLC) consists of several sections: Germanic Studies (German, with Dutch and Luxembourgish), French, Hispanic Studies (Iberian and Latin-American Spanish, with Portuguese and Catalan) and Russian and Slavonic Studies (including Czech and Polish). The Hispanic Studies Section centres on languages – Iberian and Latin American Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan – their cultures and societies. The Section currently has over 300 undergraduate students, and is also home to a thriving postgraduate community. The post-holder will be committed to delivering high-quality teaching individually and in collaboration with others and will have a proven track record in this area. You will contribute to teaching across Spanish language and Latin American Literature and Culture modules and will undertake teaching-related and administrative work. You will contribute to the Section and the School’s intellectual life and work actively to enhance the student experience. You will be fluent in Spanish and English, will have (or be close to competing) a PhD and will be able to teach Spanish language, Latin American Literature and Culture. Experience of teaching at undergraduate and/or Masters level and knowledge and understanding of the literature and culture of the Hispanic world is essential. It would be advantageous to be able to teach Peninsular Literature and Culture at all levels.

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