Senior Lecturer in Real Estate and Property Law

Oxford Brookes University - Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment

Location: Gipsy Lane Site, Headington Campus

£39,324 rising annually to £48,327

Full Time, Permanent - Academic

This post is based in the School of the Built Environment, a dynamic and multidisciplinary environment with a strong tradition of excellence in teaching underpinned by world-class research and strong industry links in the professional fields of real estate and construction.

You will be responsible for:

  • teaching law on real estate and construction programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
  • pursuing research leading to high quality publications
  • seeking external funding for research
  • supervising higher degree students
  • leading programmes and curriculum development
  • leading the development of new educational initiatives.

You should have:

  • a good first degree and/or post-graduate degree in a real estate or property law-related discipline
  • substantive industry experience or equivalent academic experience
  • the potential to develop and sustain externally funded research work
  • the potential or track record of publishing in high quality refereed journals
  • the ability to teach and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate students
  • the ability to develop and lead new programmes
  • the ability to build collaborative internal and external relationships
  • experience of successfully working as part of a multi-professional team.

Training in teaching methods is provided for those without relevant experience.

Please note: the successful applicant will need to be subject to a background disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service DBS before any appointment can be confirmed.

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