The Law School is advertising two fixed-term (24 months) lectureships:
Lectureship in Jordanstown. The post holder will be involved in the delivery of a postgraduate Masters degree in Gender, Conflict and Human Rights and the Masters degree in Human Rights Law and Transitional Justice; and teaching core modules at undergraduate level in the School of Law. A commitment to research broadly related to the Gender and transitional justice, Transitional Justice and / or International Law (especially international humanitarian or international criminal law) fields or closely related fields (Human Rights) is desirable. The post holder will be expected to contribute to undergraduate teaching. Deadline 21 Nov
Lectureship in Magee. The post-holder would form part of a small staff team based on the Magee campus, and evidence of excellent communication and team-working skills would be required. Likewise, the willingness and capacity to be flexible and to multi-task over the range of teaching, administrative and student support aspects associated with the role would be expected and required. The student cohort is small (typically around 50 per year on the undergraduate law programme). Deadline 3 Nov.
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