Senior Lecturer in Law - Criminal Law and Practice
Staffordshire University - Law School
|Salary:||£39,324 to £46,924 per annum|
|Placed on:||29th September 2016|
|Closes:||6th November 2016|
Location: Stoke campus
Tenure: Full time Permanent, working 1.0fte
The Law School at Staffordshire University has a long and well-established reputation for excellence in providing an innovative successful and high quality Law programmes. An opportunity has arisen to join our experienced and committed team of academics in the Crime, Justice and Public Law Academic Group to complement our existing specialisms in the expanding area of Criminal Law and Practice.
This is an exciting time at Staffordshire University as we continue to invest in not only our physical estate but also the digital aspects of learning and teaching and the student experience. We have also recently announced a £6 million investment in developing research towards the next Research Excellence Framework.
This prominent academic role will see you actively enhancing the quality of specialist teaching that we deliver across interdisciplinary undergraduate and postgraduate and professional programmes. As well as being module lead you will be involved in teaching and assessing students yourself, you will contribute to the development of the curriculum, design and deliver a host of new modules including work based learning projects and income generation opportunities. We will also look to you to help shape our teaching and learning strategies to explicitly enhance the student experience.
You will be required to support our collaborative programmes in the UK and overseas, and our professional programmes delivered to a range of clients both at the University and external. You must be an enthusiastic, reliable Higher Education Lecturer or Professionally qualified (Solicitor/Barrister/CILex) and a team player.
A developing record of research, consultancy and income generating activities would be advantageous. You should have a good first degree and a relevant postgraduate qualification; a relevant PhD (or close to completion) would be a distinct advantage. Experience of teaching on Digital Marketing programmes would also be an advantage.
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