College of Business Arts & Social Sciences
Brunel Law SchoolFull TimeClosing Date 04/04/2019Ref No 1349
Salary: H3 – £39,511 – £50,843 per annum including London Allowance
Brunel University London is a research-intensive University ranked among the UK’s top 50 and London’s top 10 universities in the Complete University Guide 2018. The University has a global reputation for combining academic excellence with the practical entrepreneurial and imaginative approach of its namesake, Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It is an exciting time to be part of our team as it is going through a significant and exciting transformation.
Applications are invited for a Lectureship in Bio Law in the Division of Private and Commercial in the Brunel Law School. Preference will be given to candidates who have a demonstrated interest in Bio Law. The appointments are being made to consolidate further the School’s strong research and teaching profile.
The successful candidate will have a strong research and publications record suitable for submission for the REF2021, and will be able to demonstrate coherent future research plans as well as the potential for obtaining external funding. This is an exciting opportunity to pursue research related to areas such as social and ethical dimensions of Bio Law and health care, bioethics, medical law and AI and health care.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the teaching of Private Law foundation subjects (Tort, Contract, Land or Trust) at the undergraduate levels, to contribute to other undergraduate or postgraduate teaching as the need arises, to be able to demonstrate coherent future teaching plans and to undertake administrative duties within the School. Candidates must already hold a PhD or be able to evidence that they are very close to completing their PhD.
The successful applicant will also be expected to participate in at least one of the College research centres, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability and Global Lives, or a University Research Institute.
The position is tenable as soon as possible, or from 1 September 2019.
Closing Date: 4 April 2019
Interviews will be held on 4 June 2019.The recruitment process involves a presentation, formal interview, and meeting with staff members.For further information about this post, or to discuss it informally, please contact Dr Christian Heitsch, Head, Division of Private and Commercial Law – Christian.Heitsch [at] brunel.ac.uk