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Chair in Constitutional Law
Oxford Road, Manchester

Job reference: HUM-14401

Location: Oxford Road, Manchester

Closing date (DD/MM/YYYY): 12/09/2019

Salary: Professorial Scale

Employment type: Permanent

Faculty/Organisation: Humanities

School/ Directorate: -

Hours per week: Full Time

Contract Duration: Not specified

The University Of Manchester Law School sits within the School of Social Sciences and is internationally recognised for pursuing high quality research across all areas of Law and delivering excellent teaching to undergraduate and postgraduate students.  To further strengthen our research and teaching portfolio, in line with our strategic objectives, the School wishes to appoint a Chair in Constitutional Law. You will be expected to take a leadership role in the direction and development of constitutional law at Manchester so as to enhance the School’s international reputation in this field. We would welcome applications from candidates with expertise in UK, European, or global constitutional law.

 

As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons and all appointments will be made on merit. As we are committed to the principles of the Race Equality Charter Mark, we would particularly welcome applications from the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community who are currently under-represented at this level in this area.

 

Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies

 

Enquiries about vacancy shortlisting and interviews:

Name: Professor Yenkong Hodu

Email: yenkong.ngangjohhodu@manchester.ac.uk

Tel:  0161 275 3676

Technical support:

Email: universityofmanchester@helpmeapply.co.uk

Tel:      0161 850 2004

General enquiries:

Email: hrservices@manchester.ac.uk

Tel:      0161 275 4499

This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date

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