Job: Part-time lecturer in health care law at Swansea

Part Time Lecturer in Health Care Law
Swansea University -College of Human and Health Sciences

Salary £12,532 to £14,519 per annum (pro rata to £31,331 to £36,298 per annum) together with USS benefits, if required.

The College is seeking to appoint a Part Time Lecturer in Health Care Law within the Department of Interprofessional Studies on the Teaching and Academic Management career pathway.

The successful candidate will be required to focus on Teaching, Scholarship and Student support and Academic Management.

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic individual to provide subject expertise within health care law on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across the College, as well as running modules and providing training within the local Health Boards. The successful applicant will possess a first degree in Law, e.g. LLB with excellent knowledge and experience of broad legal practice relating to health care law within a UK context. Experience of teaching within Higher Education and of delivering training to qualified health care professionals within the field of health care law is essential. Possession of a Post Graduate qualification that relates to professional legal practice and/or PhD (or near completion) is desirable as is participation in curriculum development and supervision of students at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Informal enquiries are encouraged and can be directed to the Head of Department for Interprofessional Studies, Mrs Chantal Patel Email: t.c.m.patel [at] swansea.ac.uk or Telephone: 01792 602220

This post will close at midnight Wednesday 3rd July 2013.

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