Lecturer in Private International Law

Location
London, United Kingdom
Salary
£42,433-£52,833 (Grade 5)
Posted
Nov 08, 2019
End of advertisement period
Dec 01, 2019
Ref
QMUL20541
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Law
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Department: Law
Salary: £42,433-£52,833 (Grade 5)
Location: Mile End
Closing date: 01-Dec-2019

Overview:

The Department of Law is looking to appoint a Lecturer in Private International Law; the successful candidate will be expected to contribute to both the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes within the Department and to provide teaching in core undergraduate teaching.

Candidates should have an excellent academic background, PhD in Law and/or relevant professional qualification or equivalent professional experience.  Experience of teaching law at undergraduate level, excellent communication and organisational skills, are also essential.

The successful candidate will be required to develop and deliver research-led teaching and assessment at undergraduate and postgraduate level. They will also be expected to make important research contributions to the areas of Private International Law.

The post is a full time, permanent position. Starting salary will be in the range £42,433-£52,833 pro rata, per annum inclusive of London Allowance.  Benefits include 30 days annual leave, an interest-free season ticket loan, and a pension scheme. 

Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Where required this may include entry clearance or continued leave to remain under the Points Based Immigration Scheme.

For informal enquiries please contact Professor Penny Green (penny.green@qmul.ac.uk).

Details about the Department and School of Law can be found at http://www.law.qmul.ac.uk/.

To apply, please click on the "Apply Online" link.

The closing date for applications is 01 December 2019. Interviews are expected to take place shortly after.

We actively welcome applications from all candidates, particularly candidates from BME groups, which are currently underrepresented in the Department of Law.

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