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azavatsky69
09-27-2005, 08:46 PM
Dear colleagues,

Please may I bring to your attention the following job opportunity:

UNIVERSITY LECTURERSHIP/TUTORIAL FELLOWSHIP IN ORTHOPAEDIC BIOMECHANICS
University of Oxford, Department of Engineering Science
in association with St Hilda's College or Wadham College, Oxford

Applications are invited for the above post, tenable from 1st March 2006,
or as soon as possible thereafter. Candidates should be able to teach a
range of topics in Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering within a 4 year
Engineering Science syllabus, and have research interests in orthopaedic
biomechanics. The Lecturership is associated with a Tutorial Fellowship at
St Hilda's College or Wadham College. If the appointee is a man he will be
elected a Fellow of Wadham; the statutes of St Hilda's College permit the
appointment only of women fellows, so if a woman is appointed, she will be
offered the choice of accepting a fellowship at either Wadham College or
at St Hilda's College. The combined University and College salary will be
according to age on a scale of up to 45,707 per annum (under review),
plus other benefits.

Application procedures, and the duties and benefits attached to both the
University and College appointments, are at www.eng.ox.ac.uk. Further
particulars may be obtained from www.eng.ox.ac.uk/~wpcadm2/DF05067fps.htm
where other information about the Department of Engineeering Science can
also be found.

Applications should be sent to Professor R.C. Darton, F.R.Eng., Head of
Department, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, Parks
Road, Oxford OX1 3PJ (fax 01865 283310, email head@eng.ox.ac.uk) including
a plan for proposed research and the names and addresses of three
referees, to arrive no later than Friday 4th November 2005.
Please quote Ref. No. DF/05/067 in all correspondence.

The University of Oxford, Wadham College and St Hilda's College are Equal
Opportunities Employers.

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Dr Amy B. Zavatsky
Dept of Engineering Science
University of Oxford
Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PJ, UK
amy.zavatsky@eng.ox.ac.uk