Lecturer in Law
Salary: £30,000 - £35,000
Status: Permanent, Full-Time
Location: Greenford Campus with flexibility to work across all sites
Application deadline: 14 April 2017
About the Role
We are seeking ambitious law professionals to teach on our LL.B and other law programmes. Successful candidates will take responsibility for one or more modules at GSM London and will report directly in to the Programme Leader. We are actively seeking Lecturers with experience teaching the Foundations of Legal Knowledge subjects. Applications from candidates with experience teaching European Union Law, Land Law and Equity and Trusts are encouraged.
To be successful you will, at a minimum, need to be degree qualified in law and hold a post-graduate degree in law or have professional law qualifications and practiced as a solicitor or barrister. You will have experience in curriculum development, assessment design, quality management and enhancement in a Higher Education environment. A higher education teaching qualification, experience and the desire to support the Department’s outreach, external engagement and employability focus will be a distinct advantage.
How to apply:
Please note you must have the Right to Work in the UK (without Employer sponsorship) to be considered for this role. Only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview. GSM London reserve the right to remove the advert for this role as required.
About GSM London
GSM London is an independent higher education provider that has been delivering degree-level education for over 40 years. We have campuses in Greenwich and Greenford and a study centre at London Bridge. Our partnership with Plymouth University means that our students receive a final qualification/degree awarded by one of the UK’s top modern universities.
GSM London is genuinely inclusive, helping our diverse student body realise their aspirations whatever their situation or background. We encourage them to have bold dreams and we focus on employability from day one. We currently have around 7,000 students studying for a range of business-related degrees.