Junior Research Fellowships (JRFs) are offered by the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge University. Emeritus Fellows often remain active in research. Junior Research Fellows. Junior Research Fellows are post-doctoral researchers based at the College; some also teach undergraduates. They are awarded on the basis of research excellence. These highly competitive, prestigious fellowships are aimed at early career researchers who are in the final year of their PhD or in the first few years after their PhD. Some posts are advertised in the Appointments section of the Gazette and/or in the Research section of the University job site . Use the images or names below to navigate to different areas of research carried out by JRF’s at …

Candidates will be required to be engaged in research work within an Oxford University Department or Faculty, and to spend the greater part of the academic year in Oxford, and to notify the College of any changes to their circumstances. Junior Research Fellowships (JRFs) These posts are generally affiliated with particular colleges , and are advertised via their websites. There are two types: stipendiary and non-stipendiary. Emeritus Fellowships are awarded to Fellows of the College who have held office for at least fifteen years before retiring post, or for at least twenty years before resigning. The Fellowship is open to those researching in Philosophy, and is intended for candidates who are at an … JESUS COLLEGE, OXFORD STIPENDIARY JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP (JRF) IN PHILOSOPHY: FURTHER PARTICULARS I THE APPOINTMENT The College invites applications for a stipendiary Junior Research Fellowship in Philosophy, tenable for a fixed term of three years from 1 October 2019. The college supports a number of post-doctoral research fellowship, referred to as Fellows by Examination, or Junior Research Fellows (JRFs).