The University of Edinburgh is recruiting a Lecturer in European Union Law!
The University of Edinburgh invites applications for an enthusiastic and experienced Lecturer in European Union Law.
Knowledge and experience in a more specialised area such as EU criminal law or EU asylum and immigration law would be an advantage.
For more information please consult: https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form.
The successful candidate will have undergraduate teaching duties in the subject area, including in constitutional and substantive aspects of EU law, and will be expected to contribute to the delivery of postgraduate teaching and supervision. In particular, the candidate will be expected to contribute to delivering and developing the undergraduate honours course in EU Law (covering both constitutional and internal market issues) and the LLM programme in EU Law. Knowledge and experience in a more specialised area such as EU criminal law or EU asylum and immigration law would be an advantage.
He or she will also engage in research of international excellence and will be expected to contribute to the vibrant research environment in EU law within the School, helping to consolidate and expand the School’s contribution to the Europa Institute and to retain and enhance links with government and legislative institutions and also public civil society, in Scotland, the wider UK and across the EU.
The position is available from 1st August 2016. Appointment will be on an open-ended basis.
Salary Scale: £38,896-£46,414 per annum for 35 hours each week
Closing Date: 5pm (GMT) Friday 4th March 2016.