Assistant Learning and Teaching Manager

£27116 - £33309 per annum
22 Oct 2021
End of advertisement period
07 Nov 2021
Durham University
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Law
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Durham Law School is a world leader in legal education and research with a distinguished 50-year history. Our award-winning 66 academic staff are producing ground-breaking research with significant impact and are highly active in public engagement both nationally and internationally. We are a top 50 QS World Ranked law school and our research ranked 3rd by grade point average in the UK's last national Research Excellence Framework exercise in 2014. Durham Law School is consistently ranked among the top ten or higher UK law schools across various league tables, including 5th in The Daily Telegraph, 7th in The Guardian and 10th in The Times

Our Law School enjoys a supportive and engaging research environment strongly committed to equality and diversity. It is dedicated to promoting the values advanced by Athena Swan and the Race Equality Charter, and Durham Law School strives to ensure an inclusive and enriching environment for all staff and students. Durham Law School has approximately 1100 undergraduates, 115 taught postgraduates and 70 postgraduate research students. Our LLB entry requirements are A*AA/AAA or equivalent. We are proud to deliver some of the best results for student satisfaction and employability among law schools - and our graduates include some of law's leading figures, such as current members of the UK Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the Government, and Members of Parliament.

The Learning and Teaching Assistant Manager is responsible for managing day to day programme delivery, encompassing all areas of the students lifecycle from the point of enrolment to graduation. They will work closely with colleagues to maintain the quality of existing programmes and support programme developments.

The Learning and Teaching Assistant Manager is responsible for supervising a team of professional services staff, ensuring that the student experience is at the forefront of delivery.

The successful candidate must be prepared to work outside normal office hours during peak periods and to undertake national and international travel to support programme activities where appropriate.