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Subject Head- Practical Criminal Law

Subject Head- Practical Criminal Law

  • Location:

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Assessments & Examinations, Lecturers & Teaching Staff

  • Contract type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £55000.00 - £60000.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Samantha Johnston

  • Contact email:

    education@tpp.co.uk

  • Salary high:

    60000

  • Salary low:

    55000

  • Job ref:

    J74407SJ_1612977977

  • Published:

    8 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-02-17

We are currently working with a leading education organisation who design and deliver world leading professional assessments to recruit a Subject Head for Practical Criminal Law.

The role is paying £55-60k and can be a homebased role based anywhere in the UK. We will also consider applications for part time as well full-time employment. There are clear progression pathways and a comprehensive benefits package including generous annual leave entitlement and private medical insurance.

The role is a varied and challenging role which offers an exiting opportunity to be part of the academic team responsible for delivering a new licensing examination. You will be responsible for developing questions in the area of Practical Criminal Law for multiple choice assessments. This will include writing new questions, review statistical performance of questions, recruiting freelance writers and examiners, sit as a member of scrutiny panels and foster the engagement of practitioners and a range of stakeholders.

To be successful in the role you will have a professional qualification as a solicitor of England and Wales. You will demonstrate up to date knowledge of practical criminal law. Experience of writing, marking and editing professional legal assessments or experience of teaching or examining law are desirable. We are open to considering qualified solicitors in practical criminal law looking to develop into an assessments role.