This position is open to internal applicants only, meaning anyone already working in the Collegiate University.

Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum, pro rata to 20%

The Law Faculty is looking to appoint a Co-ordinator as soon as possible until September 2020 to assist Professor Andrew Higgins, Access Co-ordinator for the Law Faculty, to design, organise and implement the Opportunity Oxford Bridging Programme, and to provide some teaching for it.   

The Programme Co-ordinator will report to Professor Andrew Higgins and will be supported by the Admissions and Outreach Officer.  The primary duties of role will be to design, organise and implement the briding programme, and to teach some parts of the online learning component and residential programme (primarily skills training and aspects of Criminal, Constitutional and/or Roman Law). 

The candidate should be educated to degree level or equivalent, with an excellent educational record; experience of teaching Law in lectures and/or tutorials, preference will be given to a candidate who can teach one or more of the three Mods subjects offered by the Law Faculty; Roman Law, Constitutional Law or Criminal Law; experience in designing or delivering access and outreach activities; knowledge of pedagogical methods for legal studies and be familiar with or willing to learn and use Virtual Learning Environments, i.e. Canvas. 

The role is fixed term until 30 September 2020 and the work is offered on a 0.2 FTE basis (7.5 hours per week).  The hours will need to be spread unevenly across the period of the appointment.  Due to government restrictions, the university is currently closed.  We expect the postholder to work remotely from home until the restrictions are lifted.  Once the university reopens, the postholder will be required to be in Oxford regularly and must be based in Oxford full-time between 5-19 September. 

Please consult the job description and selection criteria for full details and further information.  See also the Opportunity Oxford section of the University website.

Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to complete an application form and upload supporting statement as part of your online application. To apply for this post, please go to the link,  Vacancy ID: 145339

Closing date for applications is midday on Thursday 11 June 2020.  Interviews are likely to be held week commencing 15 or 22 June 2020.