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The Robert Turner Research Associate

Green Templeton College invites applications from individuals coming to work in Oxford from outside the UK

The Robert Turner Research Associate is intended for an individual coming to work in Oxford from outside the UK, and without an existing network of support. It will be awarded to a wholly non-UK educated postgraduate physician or postdoctoral scientist researching in the field of diabetes or its complications, at the University of Oxford. The person should not have had a significant previous period of employment within the UK. The position can be held for up to one year.

The Research Associate will become a visiting member of GTC, be granted Common Room rights (as detailed in the current “membership benefits”, available here) and will be offered two free dinners per term. Contribution to conference expenses will be considered.

The Research Associate will be expected to participate in the academic and social life of the College, for example, by attending Research Associate and Research Fellow evenings and meetings with the College’s research students.

The Research Associate will be eligible to apply for rooms in the College, if available, on payment of appropriate fees.

Individuals applying for the position must be working in a University of Oxford department.

To apply, send a short curriculum vitae, a brief outline of proposed research, a letter indicating why you would benefit from this Associateship at GTC and how you would hope to contribute to College activities to hr@gtc.ox.ac.uk.

Closing date: 14th June 2018 at 12 noon.

The RTRA was set up in 2000 by his widow Dr Jennie Turner in memory of Professor Robert Turner, founding Fellow of the former Green College and Principal Investigator of the UKPDS.

 

Research Fellowships

Job Description
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Green Templeton College proposes to elect a number of Research Fellows in fields that are aligned with the academic mission of the College. The College has a strong commitment to scholarship that impacts on human welfare. We seek to foster interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary research, as well as the engagement of academia with practice.

The main interests represented by the current Fellowship at Green Templeton College fall into three broad fields – Medicine, Management Studies and Applied Social Sciences. Specific current interests include management science, strategy and organisation; philanthropy; healthcare and public health; ageing; social policy, social interventions and social care; internet studies; environment; international development; education; criminology; history and anthropology of medicine; and journalism. While the competition is open as to field, the College particularly welcomes applications from appropriately qualified candidates who would strengthen existing interests. Green Templeton College is especially keen to attract researchers at early stages in their careers.

It is expected that potential candidates will already hold an appointment in the University of Oxford, typically in a University Department or associated Research Unit. Researchers in posts funded by research councils or foundations are eligible. Research Fellows must be engaged in independent research of a very high calibre, at a level that appropriately reflects the current stage of their academic careers. The affiliation as a Research Fellow provides an opportunity for active involvement in the intellectual and social life of the College. There is an expectation that Fellows will act as advisor for a small number of postgraduate students.

Research Fellowships at Green Templeton College are non-stipendiary, and it is expected that potential candidates will hold funded positions in Oxford for the duration of their appointment. Research Fellows will have full access to all College facilities, will be entitled to free dining rights, and are eligible to apply to a College fund for research and development grants.

Candidates should ensure that their application reaches the College by Friday 8 June at 12 noon. Applications should be sent to Jane Wastie, HR Manager at Green Templeton College, 43 Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HG or e-mailed to hr@gtc.ox.ac.uk. Candidates are requested to submit:

  • A cover letter specifying how they expect to contribute to the life of the College and the programme of research they expect to pursue while holding the Research Fellowship or Senior Research Fellowship.
    A full curriculum vitae.
    A list of published work.
    The names and addresses of three referees. In addition, candidates should arrange for their three referees to send a confidential reference directly to Jane Wastie, HR Manager, Green Templeton College, 43 Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HG or e-mailed to hr@gtc.ox.ac.uk by Friday, 8th June 2018 at 12 noon

It is anticipated that interviews will be held in College on Tuesday, 26th June 2018.

Green Templeton College values diversity and aspires to reflect this in its workforce. We welcome applications from people from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, colour, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief.

Green Templeton College is a Registered Charity number 1142297

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