|Salary:||£36,386 to £50,300 per annum|
|Placed On:||3rd February 2023|
|Closes:||5th March 2023|
Kent Law School are looking to appoint a Lecturer to make a high-quality, research-led and innovative contribution to the teaching of land and property law, and join a vibrant academic environment in which the successful applicant can build on their growing body of high-quality research publications.
With demonstrable experience of teaching land or property law and a passion to specialise in research-lead teaching, the postholder will support our attainment of excellence in student experience, act as an academic advisor to undergraduates and engage in our vibrant research environment. They may also supervise undergraduate and masters’ dissertations and doctoral students. The postholder will be expected to participate in and contribute to our educational and research culture, which values diversity and equality, advances critical and innovative legal education, and promotes research excellence.
This post is available on a full time basis, for a fixed period of 3 years
We especially encourage applications from scholars with strong research trajectories in respect of property, land and ownership (broadly conceived), who take decolonial, feminist, social justice or other critical perspectives.
As a Lecturer in Land/Property Law, you will:
To succeed in the role, applicants will have:
We will provide appropriate support to enable the successful applicant to develop their educational skills and knowledge and continue to flourish in their research in land/property and related areas.
Kent Law School is an internationalised law school, recruiting substantial proportions of both students and academic staff from outside the UK. The School achieved an outstanding result in REF2021 (https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/ref-2021-law).
The University of Kent values diversity and promotes equality at all levels. We particularly invite applications from candidates from Black and minority ethnic communities, disabled and neurodiverse candidates and those with chronic illnesses, who are currently under-represented in UK higher education and among staff in KLS. As part of our commitment to EDI the University has a flexible working policy and supports staff who use the DWP’s Access to Work scheme.
To submit your application, please follow the link below. Please submit an academic CV plus a letter of application that shows how you meet the criterion in the person specification.
Applications must be made via the University’s online application system; CVs or details sent directly to the department or via email cannot be considered. If you would like any further information about the application process please see the attached Additional Information document or contact HR on LSSJHR@kent.ac.uk quoting ref number: LSSJ-229-23.
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