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Supernumerary Teaching Fellowship in Law
Closing date: Friday 18 April

St. John’s College invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for a five-year fixed-term Supernumerary Teaching Fellowship in Law (without membership of Governing Body), with effect from 1 October 2014.  This is a fixed-term career development post intended for candidates who are at an early stage of their academic career.

The person appointed will teach undergraduates reading for the degrees of Law and Law with Law Studies in Europe up to a maximum of eight hours each week during term.  The Fellow will also be expected to share administrative and pastoral duties and to participate in the undergraduate admissions process.  The election to the Fellowship will be for one year in the first instance, and renewable thereafter for up to four years, subject to a satisfactory report on the first year’s duties.  No duties are required for the University, and the approval of the College must be sought before any are undertaken.  The fifth and final year of the appointment is a sabbatical year to permit the Fellow to further his or her research.

 Candidates must be able to give tutorials in at least two and preferably three of the following subjects for the undergraduate degrees:  Criminal Law, EU Law, Land Law, Roman Law, Trusts Law.  Details of the undergraduate syllabus in Law can be found at

The person appointed will have or will have obtained by 1st October 2014 a higher degree in Law (whether doctorate or LLM or equivalent) and will be expected to engage in original research.  The annual salary will be on the incremental scale of £26,527 – £34,565.

Applications should be sent to the Academic Administrator, St. John’s College, Oxford, OX1 3JP.  Candidates applying from overseas need submit only one copy of their application and may if they wish submit this electronically to  Candidates must also give the names of three academic referees who should be asked to write direct to the Academic Administrator as soon as possible and at the latest by the closing date. Both applications and references should reach the College no later than Friday 18th April 2014. 

 Further particulars for the post, including further information about the application procedure,  can be found on the College’s website at

St John’s College is an equal opportunity employer.

The University and Colleges are Equal Opportunities employers.

Part-time Diploma and Centre Administrator for Intellectual Property Law
Closing date: Wednesday 23 April

Grade 6: £26,527 - £31,644 per annum pro rata to 70% FTE

 The Faculty of Law invites applications for the part-time (70%), permanent position of Diploma and Centre Administrator for Intellectual Property Law to provide a range of secretarial and administrative support to the Oxford Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice and the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre.

Applicants must have a good level of education, excellent communication skills, proven organisational skills, initiative, a flexible approach to work and some experience of supervising the work of another member of staff.  Applicants should also have strong IT skills, a legal education and/or experience of working within a legal environment, sympathy for the aims and objectives of the higher education sector, be able to work effectively as part of a small team and as part of a larger unit, and have an understanding of financial planning and budget management.

Please consult the job description and selection criteria for full details and further information. 

Applications for this vacancy are to be made online.  You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 23 April 2014. Interviews will be held in Oxford as soon as possible after the closing date.

To apply for the role please go to  Vacancy ID: 112189

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