|Salary:||£35,000 to £45,000|
|Placed On:||1st February 2023|
|Closes:||2nd April 2023|
|Job Ref:||School of Law|
Regent College London (RCL) is a leading independent higher education provider, delivering flexibility, choice, and innovation to our students. We have a Central London campus and multiple study centres around London, with an international reach through our online delivery modes. We are a diverse community that promotes learning, personal development, and achievement with an established record of success. We pride ourselves on our student-centred service which is reflected in our students' 93% satisfaction rating in the 2022 National Student Survey.
We are recruiting an experienced Lecturer within the School of Law you will teach Level 3 Foundation subjects initially following this LLB Level 4 Contract and Public Law. The appointee will be required to design, develop, and produce learning and teaching material and deliver either across a range of modules or within a subject area.
The role has ultimate responsibility for ensuring that a group of students undertaking a specific module or unit engage with the module, fulfil their potential in terms of achievement of learning outcomes and enjoy a high-quality student experience.
It will require you to be responsible for delivery of an average 15-18 hours of teaching per week as part of a semester/block programme. Actual teaching load will vary from week to week depending on the teaching requirements. During timetabled teaching time you will:
The successful applicant should have
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Regent College reserves the right to close the vacancy earlier than the published end date should it receive sufficient applications to warrant earlier shortlisting.
Regent College is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive working environment where we can all be ourselves and succeed. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and in particular those that are currently under represented in our workforce. This includes, but is not limited to, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, candidates with disabilities, and female candidates.
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