|Salary:||£56,750 per annum, a London Weighting Allowance of £7,950 per annum|
|Placed On:||21st June 2022|
|Closes:||11th July 2022|
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 1,000 staff and have over 14,000 students studying on our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, along with an alumni network in excess of 100,000. 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.
We are currently recruiting a Programme & Student Lead, Academic Masters’ in Law (AMiL), working at our London Bloomsbury Campus. This is a permanent position.
Reporting to the Bloomsbury Campus Dean and the National Programme Director, AMiL, you will be responsible for the quality and delivery of the course at the Bloomsbury Campus. You will also be responsible for all aspects of the delivery of the student experience and the enhancement of student performance at the Bloomsbury Campus. You will also have other academic responsibilities at the Bloomsbury Campus including teaching, design, assessment marking and pastoral care.
To be considered for this role, you will need experience in the following:
What do we offer?
We offer an inclusive and supportive work environment and are committed to developing our staff through a variety of means including educational sponsorship, discounted course fees and a range of in-house training. We also offer a generous annual leave allowance and private medical insurance.
Equity and Inclusion is central to everything we do. We are actively committed to promoting and participating in good practice in the way we attract and retain staff, as we appreciate the value and benefits of a truly diverse workforce. Aligned to this is the opportunity to join one of our three peer staff networks for Disabled staff, LGBTQ+ staff and staff from an underrepresented race, ethnicity and/or cultural heritage.
We celebrate difference and recognise the benefits that this brings to our inclusive culture, including age, disability, gender identity and expression, religion, race, sex, sexual orientation and socio economic background. The University is committed to ensuring our workforce is reflective of our diverse student population and wider society; we are striving to increase the representation of Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds across all roles and at all levels. All appointments will be made on merit.
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