Lecturer in Law (Equity and Trusts)

Location
Birmingham, West Midlands (GB)
Salary
£35,101.00 to £38,153.00 per annum
Posted
18 Apr 2017
End of advertisement period
18 May 2017
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Law
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time


    
Birmingham City University
Faculty of Business, Law and Social Sciences
School of Law
Location: City Centre Campus (Curzon Building)

Lecturer in Law (Equity and Trusts)
£35,101.00 to £38,153.00 per annum
Full Time, Permanent position
Ref No: 042017-105

The School of Law at Birmingham City University has been at the forefront of innovative law teaching for more than 40 years. We are renowned for our emphasis on programmes which prepare students for professional practice within and outside of the legal profession and have close links with law firms and businesses throughout the region. The School has gained an international reputation as a major centre for academically rigorous legal education and training.  Located in the heart of the City of Birmingham, we provide a dynamic environment for our students and staff.

The School is looking to appoint a lecturer with expertise in or experience of teaching Equity & Trusts law along with the ability to contribute to a second area taught across the range of academic, postgraduate, and professional courses that we offer.

For more information about applying and for the job description for the post, please see the current vacancies on the BCU website:  http://jobs.bcu.ac.uk/

Closing Date: Sunday 21st May 2017
Interview Date: Tuesday 6th June 2017

Alternatively if you require the application in a different format please contact the Human Resources Department at hrrecruitment@bcu.ac.uk or on 0121 331 6693.

Birmingham City University seeks to be a single status employer and benefits include up to 32 days annual holiday, an index linked contributory pension scheme and an employee medical scheme.
Birmingham City University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.