Reader in Law
Reader in Law
£51,260 to £55,998 per annum
The Faculty of Business, Law and Sport invite applications for the above post. We would especially welcome applicants who have research and teaching interests in Information Rights Law. The ability to contribute to other subjects, particularly Foundations of Legal Knowledge modules is also essential. The successful applicant will take an active role in the day to day operation of our successful Research Centre, the Centre for Information Rights and will have supervised PhDs to completion.
The University of Winchester Law department has an established reputation for excellence in the learning and teaching of law. The successful applicant will have a full opportunity to participate in the development of the curriculum and teaching materials. The department is planning a submission for REF2020 and would be expected to make a significant contribution through the work of the Centre for Information Rights to our research environment, individual outputs and team support.
Informal enquiries concerning this post can be made to the Head of Law, Helen James (Helen.James@winchester.ac.uk, Tel: 01962 827517).
One of our core values is ‘individuals matter’. As an employee at the University of Winchester, we are committed to your wellbeing and development. You will have access to a wide range of benefits and support including complimentary access to the GetActive initiative, comprehensive staff development programme, generous holiday entitlement and pension scheme. Further details can be found on our website. Post No: BLS-L03
Closing Date: 1 December 2016
Interview Date: 16 December 2016
Applications should be made online at www.winchester.ac.uk. Please note that posts close at midnight on the date stated. Late applications will not be accepted. Due to certificate of sponsorship restrictions this post may be open to applicants who require sponsorship to work at the University of Winchester.
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