Faculty of Law in association with Trinity College, Oxford
Grade 10: £44,620 - £59,914 p.a., plus additional benefits including a housing allowance of £12,500 p.a.
The post of Associate Professor is a permanent (subject to a successful review) academic position at Oxford and the postholder will contribute to property law teaching and research in the Faculty. She or he will also be a Tutorial Fellow of Trinity College, undertaking tutorial teaching of undergraduates and being involved in the running of the College as a member and trustee of its Governing Body. As a member of both University and the College communities and with access to the excellent research facilities which Oxford offers, the Associate Professor will be part of a lively and intellectually stimulating research environment which performs to the highest international levels.
The appointee will be required to engage in research at the highest level; to give, under the direction of the Board of the Faculty of Law, not fewer than 36 lectures or classes each academic year in property law – primarily Land Law and the Law of Trusts, but also, if she or he wishes, other areas of Property Law; to give, for Trinity College, an average of six weighted hours of tutorial teaching per week averaged over the 24 teaching weeks of the academic year in the subjects of Land Law and the Law of Trusts, though other undergraduate papers may be offered in addition.
The successful candidate will have: a higher degree in Law (whether doctorate or taught postgraduate degree) already awarded at the time of interview; a record of high quality research and publication commensurate with their career experience, and potential to produce further significant output of the highest quality during the tenure of the post; the ability to provide excellent teaching within the field of appointment; the ability to provide supervision and research leadership for doctoral students; the ability to examine; administrative and pastoral skills, including the ability to work efficiently with Faculty and College administration and the ability to address the pastoral needs of students.
Further information (including details about how to apply via www.recruit.ox.ac.uk) can be found in the further particulars or obtained from Head of Administration and Finance, Charlotte Vinnicombe: email@example.com.
The post is tenable from early in the 2016/17 academic year.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 11 January 2016. Interviews will be held over 3-4 February 2016 in Oxford.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts.