Lecturer in French (permanent, full-time, research and teaching) at Aberystwyth University

Lecturer in French (permanent, full-time, research and teaching) at Aberystwyth University

Publié le par Université de Lausanne (Source : Dr Gabor Gelléri)

The Department of Modern Languages at Aberystwyth is looking to appoint a Lecturer in French (Teaching and Research), to contribute to core teaching in French Studies and French language. You will teach a combination of cultural modules and language modules within the undergraduate provision of the Department. You will have an excellent command of written and spoken French and English, and a well-established research trajectory which will enable you to make an important contribution to the University’s REF submission for Modern Languages. You will have experience of teaching French language at university level, and the ability to teach a range of topics at undergraduate level. The role will also include administration and student welfare responsibilities as well as participation in a range of student recruitment activities. Applications are invited from suitable candidates from any field of 20th- and 21st-century French and Francophone cultures.

To make an informal enquiry, please contact Dr Guy Baron at   

Ref: ML.22.4195

Under the UK Government’s points-based system scheme, this role meets the criteria to be sponsored by Aberystwyth University (AU) for a Skilled Worker Route (SWR) application. Please see below for more information on the sponsorship process.

We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities and in particular, those that are currently under-represented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates and candidates with disabilities. We specifically encourage female candidates to apply for this post as they are currently under-represented at this level in our organisation.

We are a Bilingual Institution which complies with the Welsh Language Standards and is committed to Equal Opportunities. You are welcome to apply for any vacancy in Welsh or English and any application submitted will be treated equally.