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Criminology Visiting Lecturers

The University of Law

Location: Bloomsbury, London
Salary: Competitive hourly rate
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 22nd November 2021
Closes: 13th December 2021
Job Ref: REQ000827

Closing date: Rolling basis

Why work for ULaw?

We are seeking to recruit an ambitious individual who wants to forge or continue a meaningful career in teaching and course design in Higher Education. You may or may not have previous experience of teaching but what is important to us is that you have the drive and enthusiasm to learn.

Teaching in Higher Education can be challenging but rewarding and we are looking to recruit highly motivated individuals who are ready to make a positive contribution. You will be keen to share your expertise and to become involved in all aspects of enhancing the student experience at our Bloomsbury campus, teaching on our criminology and criminal justice modules on the new BA Criminology and our LLB with Criminology and LLB with Criminal Justice.

Are you ready to join our dynamic team and help contribute to our success?

Who are we?

The University of Law (ULaw) is one of the world's largest law schools. With an impressive history dating back to 1876, we employ over 900 staff and have over 14,000 students studying on our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, along with an alumni network in excess of 100,000. We were the first-ever independent institution to be granted degree awarding powers and in 2012 we gained university title. With a rich heritage and a reputation for innovation and contemporary teaching practices, we continuously focus on developing the best legal and business minds. In 2016, we opened our leading Business School, further enhancing our reputation as a full service legal, business and educational training specialist, operating from campuses throughout the UK, Berlin and Hong Kong and an Online campus.

What really sets us apart from other universities is the guiding principle that future lawyers and business leaders should learn in a realistic, professional and contemporary context, with plenty of practical interactive engagement. That's why we keep our contact hours high and our teaching groups small.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking to expand our pool of Visiting Lecturers to teach on the criminology and criminal justice modules on our BA and LLB programmes at our Bloomsbury campus. Our approach to criminology is critical, contemporary and sociological, including dynamic and engaging subject areas such as gender, race, class, cybercrime, urbanisation, globalisation, media, terrorism, migration, green criminology, drugs and zemiology.

If you would like to arrange an informal discussion prior to application, please contact Sarah Corbett – phone 01483 216535 or email sarah.corbett@law.ac.uk

No agencies please.

Some posts within the University are subject to a DBS check - you will be notified of this during the application process.

As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. However, as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) individuals are currently under-represented within the University – which does not reflect our diverse student body - we would particularly welcome applications from BAME candidates. All appointments will be made on merit.

Applications are always welcome for VLs. We will consider applications and arrange interviews on a rolling basis.

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