St. John’s College, University of Oxford Five Year research and Teaching postdoctoral position in Mathematics Total remuneration is in the range £41,542-£47,426 (inclusive of a housing allowance). St John’s College invites applications for a 5-year postdoctoral position in mathematics (known as a Supernumerary Teaching Fellow in Mathematics) from 1 October 2023. The successful candidate will combine an outstanding programme of research in any area of mathematics with small group teaching to mathematics students of the College in the first four years of the position. The fifth and final year of the appointment is a research sabbatical year. St John’s College is one of the larger constituent colleges of the University of Oxford, and the appointee will be a member of both the College and the University. Applicants will have or be close to completing a PhD in Mathematics (to be obtained by 1 October 2023). They will be able to demonstrate the potential to deliver an outstanding programme of research (relative to the early career nature of the post), the ability to teach effectively, the interpersonal skills for the pastoral care of students, and the ability to contribute effectively towards the organisation of mathematics teaching in St John’s. Full details, including the application process can be found in the further particulars for the position. The deadline for applications to be received is 12th December 2022 with interviews to be held over Microsoft Teams on the 10th and 11th January 2022. Informal queries about the role can be sent to Philip Maini (email@example.com) St John’s College, is an inclusive employer and particularly encourages applications from groups under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.
Last updated: 10 November 2022