This is a Senior Lecturer CV template for academic posts, especially senior lectureships. It is designed as a model and a basis for your own academic CV.
There is no need to include a personal statement on an academic CV. Start by describing your relevant qualifications.
Depending on whether the job you are going for prioritises teaching or research you may wish to bring a different section to the top of your CV and put more emphasis on it. But for lectureship CVs you will need to include details of your teaching, research, funding successes and administration experience.
For senior lectureship roles, you will usually be applying as an established academic, so you are not only illustrating that you have been involved in the management and strategic planning for your own department, but also that you have carved an important position for yourself as a researcher at the heart of your field.
Unlike lecturer posts, senior lectureships will assume that you have experience in the following new areas: external examining; editorial skills (journals or books); refereeing/peer-reviewing.
Do not forget to include the contact details for two referees at the end.
(Date of birth)
PhD: title, date and place where received, supervisor’s name/examiners’ names
Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees: details of where and what awarded and grade achieved.
Any other relevant awards, eg teaching qualifications
Appointments and Experience:
List the institutions you have worked at, job titles, most recent first. Also list any key administrative appointments you have held at each, for example admissions tutor.
Other Professional Activities
For example: advisory board position, chair of organisations, membership of organisations
List PhD students and departments for which you have acted as external examiner
List any prizes you have been awarded for your research/publications
List any journals/industry publications that you have edited, including titles and dates.
Write a couple of sentences about your current research interests.
List grants received: most recent first, including title of project and awarding funding body.
Refereeing for journals/book publishers
Give list of journals or book publishers that have invited you to act as a peer reviewer
List the names, postal addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of two referees who know your academic work well.
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