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VACANCY: Director of Studies, Institute of Law, Jersey
Director of Studies
Institute of Law,
Applications are invited for the post
of Director of Studies at the Institute
of Law, Jersey, in the Channel Islands. The Institute’s main teaching provision
is the Jersey Law Course and tuition to LLB students enrolled on the University of London International Programmes.
The successful candidate will provide
academic leadership in this small but ambitious law school as it enters its
next phase of development. The Director will develop and implement strategic
and operational plans for expansion. Experience of student recruitment,
especially in overseas markets, is important. The Director is expected to
contribute to teaching and to develop research and scholarship projects related
to one or more of the Institute’s areas of interest (laws of the Channel Islands, mixed jurisdictions, the challenges of
small jurisdictions and off-shore finance).
This is a full-time post. The Director
will be expected to spend a substantial amount of time in Jersey
and to be a visible presence to students (who study mostly at weekends). Some
international travel may be required. A fractional or secondment appointment
would be considered to secure an outstanding candidate.
The post is at a level of seniority
comparable to reader/chair level at a UK university, which will be
reflected in the remuneration package.
The post is available from 1 September
Informal Enquiries: Informal enquiries may be made to the
current Director of Studies, Andrew Le Sueur (Andrew.email@example.com),
whose 4-year period of secondment from Queen Mary, University of London, will
expire in September 2013.
Applications: For further information
about the appointment and how to apply, please visit our website: by
clicking the APPLY button below (under ‘people’).