The Human Rights Center at the School of Law of the University of Essex in Colchester, United Kingdom, is currently seeking applicants for an International Human Rights Lecturer position. A full-time, permanent position, the job will pay between £39,324 and £46,924 per year. The lecturer will be required to teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses and to continue their independent research in human rights. In addition, the individual will be given administrative duties within the School of Law.
To be considered for the International Human Rights Lecturer position, applicants must have a doctorate degree in international human rights or a related field or will be receiving their Ph.D. in the near future. Those with a focus area in economic, social and cultural rights or human rights from a cross-disciplinary perspective are preferred. Previous experience teaching at the undergraduate or graduate level is also required. Applicants must show evidence of high quality past research with published articles in their areas of expertise.
The Center for Applied Human Rights at the University of York in York, United Kingdom, is currently accepting applicants for an open Lecturer or Senior Lecturer. This full-time, permanent job involves teaching courses to graduate and undergraduate students at the University and for helping to shape the curriculum for academic programs. As a lecturer or senior lecturer, the individual who receives the job will also be expected to lead research teams and assist with ongoing research projects already underway.
To be considered for the position, applicants must have a Ph.D. or significant work experience in the field of human rights. In addition, applicants must either hold a teaching qualification or be willing to obtain a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice from the University of York. Those with little experience and published scholarly works will be considered for hiring at the lecturer level, which pays £38,183 to £46,924 per year. Individuals with more experience and a larger body of published works may be hired at the senior lecturer level with an annual salary of £48,327 to £55,998.