Module Convenor for Undergraduate Laws
London Stewart House

Job reference: 001263

Location: London Stewart House

Closing date: 03/02/2019

Salary: £8,000 per annum

Employment type: Other

Department: University of London - Worldwide

Sub-Department: Laws Consortium

Hours per week: Not Specified

Undergraduate Laws is recruiting part-time Module Convenors in the following areas of Law: Equity and Trusts, Property law, and Civil and criminal procedure.  As Module Convenor, you will be expected to provide academic leadership and development of the academic content for your module as well as being responsible for student assessment.  You will be expected to work remotely with occasional in-person attendance at meetings.  For the over 15,000 students studying with Undergraduate Laws, our high quality learning materials and our commitment to providing a high quality learning experience is essential to their success as they balance the demands of work, home and study.  To be effective in this role, ideally you will have a first degree in Law or relevant legal or other qualification and experience of teaching Law in a Higher or Further education institution.  Experience of distance learning programmes would be a distinct advantage.

This post will be offered for 11 months in the first instance.  Remuneration for this post consists of a basic payment of £8,000.  Additional payments are made in respect of examination work but are variable depending upon the volume of students and number of examination scripts marked. Please see Module Convenor Further Particulars for more information about the role.

You may only apply to be Module Convenor for ONE module.  Please specify which module you are applying for in your application.  The closing date for applications is Sunday, 3 February 2019.  It is expected that interviews will take place between 18-22 February 2019.

Please note your application must include a covering letter and CV submitted as one document. These cannot be uploaded seperately, therefore please copy and paste these into one document before uploading.

Please note that applicants must live in the UK and have the Right to Work in the UK.

 

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