Aston University job ads: Translation Studies

Senior Lecturer in Translation Studies
Languages & Social Sciences
Aston University, Birmingham, UK
Closing Date: Monday 25 April 2016

This post is advertised in conjunction with a related position as Lecturer in Translation Studies. Applicants should submit an application to the post they wish to be considered for.

The School of Languages and Social Sciences is an ambitious, expanding, multidisciplinary School with an established reputation for excellence in teaching and research.

The Languages and Translation Studies subject group is seeking to make on appointment at either Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level in Translation Studies from 1 September 2016. Strong candidates from Translation Studies, especially those with a specialization in Translation Process Research, Translation Technology, Specialized Translation, Terminology, and Translator Training are encouraged to apply.

You should have a completed doctorate in Translation Studies or a closely related, relevant discipline and a strong track record of publications and research. You should have experience of teaching in Translation Studies at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and be able to contribute to the development of the teaching portfolio within Translation Studies. Experience in teaching translation theory, practice, and technology are particularly important. The new appointment will also be expected to contribute to the leadership of our undergraduate or postgraduate programmes in Translation Studies.

Please contact Professor Frank Austermuehl (Chair in Translation Studies) with any queries about the role.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

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