|Salary:||£37,000 to £42,000 per annum depending on skills & experience plus £1,550 per annum Birmingham location weighting|
|Placed On:||21st November 2022|
|Closes:||11th December 2022|
Package: We offer an excellent range of competitive benefits, to include:- 35 days annual leave / Private Medical Scheme / Contributory Pension / Life Assurance / Season Ticket Loans / Cycle to Work Scheme / Eye Care Assistance / Employee Assistance Programme
JOIN OUR NEWLY CREATED SCIENCE SCHOOL
We’re expanding and delighted to announce that we’re recruiting for a number of roles to support this exciting period of growth.
Salary: £37,000 to £42,000 per annum depending on skills & experience, plus £1,550 Birmingham location weighting
Come join us:
The University of Law is one of the UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education. With an alumni network of more than 71,000, we’ve trained more practising lawyers in the UK than anyone else. Over the past 5 years our University has doubled student enrolments and continues to grow. Whilst our legacy and identity as a specialist legal education provider has been central to who we are, we have expanded our portfolio into new applied and professionally accredited disciplines, including social science and sciences.
Great Benefits that we’re offering you:
What You’ll Be Doing as our Lecturer of Criminology:
Reporting into our Head of Policing and Criminology, our Lecturers will provide high quality teaching and assessment of Criminology, make contributions to the delivery of our other undergraduate degrees, and be involved in the design and delivery of postgraduate programmes. Please see our website for the modules that you could be delivering. In particular, you will be passionate about engaging with our students on research methods and how we deliver research programmes.
How you will add value to the role:
Experiences that you can bring to the team:
If you’re passionate about delivering excellence and continuous improvement of teaching and student support, then apply!
Diversity, Inclusion and Flexible Working:
We are committed to ensuring our workforce is reflective of our diverse student population, striving to increase the representation of age, disability, gender identity and expression, religion, race, sex, sexual orientation, and socio-economic background of our employees.
We’re also committed to providing adjustments to those who may require support with the recruitment process - please contact the ULaw Talent Acquisition Team via HR@law.ac.uk.
Should you wish to discuss details of the role please contact John Kerr on John.Kerr@law.ac.uk
We encourage you to complete your application by close of business 11 December 2022.
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