Fixed-term eight-hour Stipendiary Lecturership in Law

Deadline: midday 22 February 2023

Salary: £19,175 - £21,165 per annum (in 2022-23 terms, reviewed annually)

Role: Stipendiary Lecturer

Subject: Law

Jesus College, Oxford invites applications for a fixed-term eight-hour Stipendiary Lecturership in Law from 1 October 2023 until 30 September 2024. The successful candidate will provide College tutorials Constitutional Law and Administrative Law. In addition, the lecturer will be expected to set and mark College examinations, to participate in the routine administration of Law, including undergraduate Admissions, and to assist in the pastoral care of undergraduates reading the subject.

Candidates should have a strong educational background, a master’s degree in Law or progress on a research degree in law (desirable). Some teaching experience would be an advantage. The salary for the post is on a scale from £19,175 – £21,165 per annum (in 2022-23 terms, reviewed annually), depending on qualifications and experience, and membership of USS is offered. The lecturer may take a certain number of lunches and dinners free of charge during weeks 0 to 9 of each term.  A research allowance and teaching book allowance are also offered, as well as access to a teaching room.

Further Particulars:

How to apply:

Applicants should complete the online form at Jesus College online portal by 12.00pm on Friday 22 February 2023. Please note that you will be asked to upload the following (in PDF file format only): a letter of application including the ability to meet the criteria, a statement of teaching and research interests, CV, and the names of two referees.

It is expected that interviews will take place on 14 March 2023.

Candidates do not need to ask their referees to send references when applying – referees will be contacted later on.

Further information for this vacancy may be accessed here.

Applicants must have the right to work in the UK.

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