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Keith Jones

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Job opportunity at University of Southampton, UK
Posted: Feb 28, 2008 11:37 AM
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Dear colleague

The School of Education at the University of Southampton (UK) is currently
advertising for two positions to take up appointment on 1 September 2008.
The posts are being advertised with a general job description covering a
number of areas of work within the department, one of which is FE/HE

The posts are currently being advertised. The closing date for
applications is 31 March 2008 at 12 noon. Details and forms (for online
application) are at:
[search for Reference Number 2080-08-L]

If you might be interested in this opportunity, you are welcome to contact
me. I would suggest, if you are interested in applying, that you would
need to stress your knowledge of Higher Education pedagogy in general,
rather than mathematics teaching in particular.

Please consider forwarding this message to anyone that you think might be

I hope this information is of interest.

best regards

Keith Jones
University of Southampton
School of Education
t: 023 8059 2449

Position Number: 2080-08-L
Closing Date: 31 March 2008 at 12 noon
Location: School of Education, University of Southampton (Highfield
Campus), UK
Description: Lecturer (two posts)
Salary: £31840 - £40335

The School of Education at the University of Southampton is a flourishing
and stimulating centre of academic activity encompassing early years to
higher education. For information, see:

The University of Southampton is in the top-ten of UK Universities and in
the top 100 in the world.
The University is a founder member of the Worldwide Universities Network
and a founder member of the Russell Group, an association of 19 major
research-intensive universities of the United Kingdom:

More information about the mathematics education research group at the
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