Module Convenor

University of London - Laws Consortium

Module Convenor for Undergraduate Laws Programme

University of London International Programmes

The Undergraduate Laws Programme is recruiting a part-time Module Convenor in the following areas of Law: Criminology, Labour law.  As Module Convenor, you will be expected to provide academic leadership and hands on development of the academic content for your module as well as being responsible for student assessment. You will be expected to work remotely with only occasional attendance at meetings.  For the over 15,000 students studying with the Laws programme worldwide, our high quality learning materials and our commitment to providing a high quality learning experience is essential to their success as they balance the demands of work, home and study. To be effective in this role, ideally you will have a first degree in Law or relevant legal or other qualification and experience of teaching Law in a Higher or Further education institution.  Experience of distance learning programmes would be a distinct advantage.

Remuneration for this post consists of a basic payment of £8,000. Additional payments are made in respect of examination work but are variable depending upon the volume of students and number of examinations scripts marked.  

For further information about this post, please click the Apply button below and download the Further Particulars

Please note this role is fixed-term (11 months in the first instance) on a part-time basis.

To arrange for an informal discussion of the role, please contact or   

Please specify which module you are applying for in your application. 

The closing date for applications is midnight on Friday, 4 November 2016.  It is expected that interviews will take place between 14-15 November 2016.

Please note that applicants must live in the UK and have the Right to Work in the UK

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