£18.95 per hour (inclusive of London Allowance); teaching contact hours are paid at three times the basic hourly rate to take into account preparation and marking time.
Duties and Responsibilities
The Faculty of Laws at UCL has a world-class academic reputation confirmed by its ranking in the UK government 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE). It is also rated in the highest category in the UK for higher education teaching excellence.
The Faculty recruits a number of part-time teaching fellows in a range of subject areas each year. The majority of appointments are to provide assistance with the delivery of tutorial teaching and marking of formative assessments on our LLB modules.
More information about the Faculty and the modules offered to students can be found at www.ucl.ac.uk/laws.
We would particularly welcome applications from candidates specialising in Commercial Law, Conflict of Laws, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property Law, Media Law, Property Law and Tort.
Payment is based on contact hours teaching, and one contact hour is roughly equivalent to three hours basic pay.
Hours are flexible and negotiable, but a minimum of around 4 contact hours per week would be expected.
Applicants will need to have a higher degree in Law, relevant expertise in their area of legal specialism and be familiar with using online learning environments such as Moodle. Experience of teaching high quality students at higher education level would be desirable.
A job description and person specification can be accessed here.