This page contains details of those vacancies at Parks College currently open for applications, both employment opportunities and Fellowships.
Parks College will foster a culture of interdisciplinary exchange by offering regular college events that catalyse this: workshops, seminars, reading groups and regular invited lectures for the whole college community.
All Fellows will be expected to subscribe enthusiastically to the college ethos. Post-doctoral scholars with relevant research interests will be appointed as Research Fellows. Official Fellows will commit to organising, jointly with another Fellow (who could be another Official Fellow or a Research Fellow), at least one interdisciplinary seminar series or reading group each academic year.
We have appointed the ‘Theme Leads’ for the three initial research clusters of the college: (a) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning; (b) Environmental Change; and (c) Cellular Life. In November, we will be advertising a number of Official Fellowships in each of these areas. Initially, we will be looking for Research Professors (RSIVs) and Senior Research Fellows/Associate Professors with no existing College Fellowships. Their research will be related to one of the three themes, and they will have a strong interest in interacting with other researchers beyond the boundaries of their own discipline.
In November, we will also be advertising Fellowships in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, as well as a Fellowship in Environmental Sustainability. In Hilary Term 2020, we plan to appoint a number of Research Fellows whose research interests are aligned with one of the three initial clusters.
Next academic year (2020-21), we will advertise other Fellowships, again with an emphasis on interdisciplinary research, but not necessarily with a connection to the three initial themes.
Future opportunities will be posted as they arise.