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Research Associate - Trajectories of Reform in the Spanish World
Oxford Road, Manchester

Job reference: HUM-14919

Location: Oxford Road, Manchester

Closing date (DD/MM/YYYY): 02/01/2020

Salary: £32,816 per annum

Employment type: Fixed Term

Faculty/Organisation: Humanities

Division: Language Based Area Studies

Hours per week: full time

Contract Duration: 18 months

School / Directorate: School of Arts, Languages and Cultures

Applications are invited for a Research Associate as part of the AHRC-funded project Trajectories of Reform in the Spanish World: Careering, Networks and Empire under the Early Bourbons (1700-1759). The position is full-time, fixed-term for 18 months, and is expected to commence on 27th April 2020.
You will be based in Manchester but will work abroad for several weeks at a time. You will work closely with the Principal Investigator, Dr Francisco A. Eissa-Barroso, conducting archival research, contributing to high quality research outputs and helping coordinate academic, outreach and impact events.
You will have a PhD in History or Latin American Studies, with experience of archival research with early modern Spanish or Latin American sources. You will have excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills, and will be fluent in English and Spanish. Experience developing online exhibitions would be an advantage.
As an equal opportunities employer we welcome applicants from all sections of the community regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation and transgender status.  All appointments are made on merit.
Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies
Enquiries about vacancy shortlisting and interviews:
Name: Dr Francisco A. Eissa-Barroso
Technical support:
Tel: 0161 850 2004
General enquiries:
Tel: 0161 275 4499
This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date
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