Institute of European and Comparative Law
Career Development Fellowship in Comparative Law
in association with Brasenose College
Grade 7: British Pound 29,541 - 36,298 per annum
The University, in association with Brasenose College, proposes to appoint a full-time Career Development Fellow in Comparative Law for three years, to commence not later than 1 October 2013. The successful candidate will be elected to a non-stipendiary Supernumerary Fellowship in Law at Brasenose College.
DESCRIPTION: The Career Development Fellow will undertake internationally leading research in Comparative Law; teach comparative and EU Law for the Faculty and/or for Brasenose College; and participate in the research and other activities of the Institute of European and Comparative Law under the direction and supervision of the Director of the Institute.
QUALIFICATIONS: To be eligible for a Career Development Fellowship, applicants must be at an early stage of an academic career, at post-doctoral level or with an equivalent research record and an appropriate research output; or be aspiring to an academic career and have career development needs which could reasonably be met by the scheme. Applicants for this post must have an excellent knowledge and understanding of comparative law; a doctorate or equivalent, show outstanding promise in their field; show the ability or potential to assist with teaching, to develop research, and to publish internationally leading work; be a proficient writer of English, able to produce first-class editorial work; and show a commitment to their own professional development.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. To apply for this role and for further details, including the full job description and selection criteria, please click on the link: https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=105836
Applications and references must reach the Law Faculty not later than 12 noon GMT on Wednesday 13th February 2013. Interviews will be held in Oxford on Tuesday 26 February 2013.