Lecturer, A level Law

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Barnstaple, Devon
£19,905 - £26,181 (£26,899 - £35,381 full-time equivalent)
26 May 2023
11 Jun 2023
Subject Area
Job Level
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Part Time

Location: Barnstaple campus, North Devon

Salary:  £19,905 - £26,181 (£26,899 - £35,381 full-time equivalent)

Hours: Part-time (27 per week)
Contract Type:  Fixed term for Academic Year 2023/2024

Petroc is a highly successful institution, delivering education and skills training in Devon and beyond and is currently seeking a Lecturer to teach A level Law.

The main function of the role is work collaboratively both within the department of Academic Studies and with internal and external stakeholders on the delivery and development of high-quality curriculum programmes in A level Law, and to be responsible for Bar Mock Trials / Law Academy as part of learner enrichment activities.

The successful candidate will have and subject related qualification at the minimum of degree level and significant demonstrable experience in delivering teaching on qualification or vocational based programmes in the subject of Law.

Feel free to contact us at staffrecruitment@petroc.ac.uk to find out more.

For a job description and to download an application pack, please visit our website by clicking 'Apply below'.

Please note it is not College policy to accept CV’s

Petroc is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and vulnerable adults. All positions are subject to the completion of checks, including an Enhanced DBS clearance.  We are permitted to ask whether an applicant has any convictions, cautions or reprimands or final warnings (spent or otherwise) which would not be filtered in line with current guidance as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (exceptions) Order 1975 (2013 and 2020).

In line with Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) guidelines 2022, an online search will also be carried out for short-listed candidates prior to interview.  This is to identify any incidents or issues that are publicly available online, which the College may explore with applicants at interview.  This is a safeguarding check to assess if the individual is suitable to work with young and/or vulnerable learners.

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