Dr Mimi Zou is looking for a research assistant to help with the running of the Chinese Law Discussion Group and blog.
Duration and hours
The work is to start immediately and will run until June 2019.
The hours will vary, but you will not be required to work for more than 4 hours in any given week.
The post will report to Dr Mimi Zou.
- Excellent writing, admin and IT skills are essential.
- Experience with blogging and/or producing podcasts is desirable, but not essential.
- An interest in the field of Chinese law is desirable, but not essential.
This post is open to current graduate research students in the Law Faculty and the hours are in line with the restrictions on working hours for students.
Rate of Pay
For work lasting more than 12 weeks: This will be paid at the standard research assistant rate of £15.10/hour plus holiday pay of £2.59 = total of £17.69/hour
This post is funded by a grant made to the Chinese Law Discussion Group by Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom.
How to Apply
A short CV and cover letter (including the name of your supervisor, if any) should be sent by email to email@example.com by 29 October 2018. Please explain briefly how you meet the requirements.
Informal enquiries may be emailed to Mimi Zou.
Guidelines for Faculty members / line managers
Graduate Studies Committee agreed in Michaelmas Term 2013 the following guidelines and stipulations which were endorsed by the Law Faculty Board the same term.
BCL/MJur students are not permitted to undertake paid work of any kind for the Faculty, and are advised against undertaking paid work offered from any other source as well.
PRS, MPhil, and MSt students are not permitted to undertake teaching for the Faculty but can undertake up to eight hours’ paid work per week and can be employed by the Faculty up to that limit for work other than teaching.
DPhil students can undertake up to eight hours’ paid work of any kind (including teaching) per week and can be employed by the Faculty up to that limit.
Any queries regarding the eligibility of a particular student should be directed to Geraldine Malloy in the Faculty Office.