HE Law Lecturer, Oxfordshire

£25 - £28 per hour plus statutory holiday pay

Posted 4 weeks ago | ref: 192886

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We at Protocol are recruiting for an award-winning college in the Oxford area. This establishment was founded back in the 19th century with links to a prestigious University. This college are seeking an established HE Law Lecturer to join their team in January. You will be delivering the Law (Cert HE) until May 2020.

You will delivering the following modules:

  • English Legal System
  • Civil Liberties and Human Rights
  • Employment Law
  • Law, Rights and The Body
  • Anti-Discrimination Law Hours

Role responsibilities

  • Complete all planning and preparation for lessons
  • Support students academically 
  • Full delivery of the allocated HE Law modules 

 

The person & qualifications

  • Previous teaching experience on HE Law courses
  • Hold a degree level qualification in Law 
  • Hold a teaching qualification

 

About Protocol

Protocol are the specialist full-service recruiter dedicated to education, training and skills. People are at the heart of everything we do. We place people first.

We’re more than a recruitment agency – we pride ourselves on our ongoing support and aftercare delivered by our expert team, and all our candidates benefit from free access to our exclusive online CPD portal, Learning Zone.

Whatever your career goals, we’ve got the right role for you. With a wide range of temporary and permanent positions available, from lecturing and training jobs to assessment and support staff roles, all with very competitive pay rates and benefits – your future is in good hands.

 

The legal bit

Protocol promotes equal rights and is an employment business under The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Work is undertaken on a self-employed basis under contract with Protocol. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required for all Protocol assignments. All positions advertised by Protocol comply with the Agency Workers Regulations 2010.

As a result of the volume of applications we receive, we regret that we might not be able to respond to every candidate with individual feedback. If we have not contacted you within two weeks of your application being received then regretfully your application will not be taken forward on this occasion.