Lecturer - Refugee Law Initiative
London Senate House

Job reference: 002016

Location: London Senate House

Closing date: 01/06/2022

Salary: £41,156 to £44,615 per annum

Employment type: Open ended

Department: School of Advanced Study

Sub-Department: SAS Central

Hours per week: 35 hours per week

The University of London

The University of London is one of the oldest and largest universities in the UK – and the most diverse. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University is recognised globally as a world leader in Higher Education. We are a federal institution consisting of 18 self-governing Colleges of outstanding reputation and a number of acclaimed central academic bodies. The University of London offers almost every subject covered in any University curriculum, delivering huge flexibility and choice to its students.

The School of Advanced Study - a nationally and internationally recognised centre of excellence in the promotion and facilitation of research in the Humanities and Social Sciences. It comprises eight internationally renowned research institutes as well as centres in Digital Humanities and Public Engagement. It has four nationally and internationally recognised specialist research libraries.

The Refugee Law Initiative is the only academic centre in the UK to concentrate specifically on international refugee law. As a national focal point for leading and promoting research in this field, the Refugee Law Initiative (RLI) works to integrate the shared interests of refugee law scholars and practitioners, stimulate collaboration between academics and non-academics, and achieve policy impact at the national and international level.
The Role

This is an exciting opportunity to contribute actively to the Refugee Law Initiative promoting research in the field of Refugee law, contributing to teaching at Masters and doctoral level and making a significant contribution to research promotion and facilitation role in the School of Advanced Study.  You will work closely with the director of the Centre, Professor David Cantor and Dr Sarah Singer, Senior Lecturer and a host of national and international teachers and experts who support the Refugee Law Distance Learning programme.

For a full role profile, please refer to the job description below.

Further information

To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your CV and application form (by clicking ‘apply for job’ at the bottom of this page) before the closing date at midnight 1 June 2022.

Preferential consideration will be given to the University redeployment pool.

The University of London is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive working environment where we can all be ourselves and succeed. We particularly encourage applications from members of Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic communities as this group is currently under-represented in senior levels within the University. All appointments will be are made on merit, based on the criteria identified in the job description. 

Pursuing excellence in education and equal opportunities.



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