further details 1. appointment of lecturer in public international law applications are invited for a one-year fixed-term lec

FURTHER DETAILS
1.
APPOINTMENT OF LECTURER IN PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
Applications are invited for a one-year fixed-term lectureship to
start on 1 September 2012.
The appointment has been made possible, in part, through the award to
Dr Andrew Serdy of a six-month Fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust.
Funding arising from this Fellowship, together with School funds, is
to provide replacement teaching for Dr Serdy for a period of one year.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to teaching in
the field of Public International Law at undergraduate level,
International Law of the Sea at postgraduate level, and to contribute
to service teaching for non-Law students in these fields, and will be
encouraged to engage in research.
2 Southampton Law School
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a Excellence
The Southampton Law School, which is part of the Faculty of Business
and Law, seeks to consolidate and enhance its standing as one of the
leading Law Schools in the country. It is committed to excellence in
both research and teaching.
The School was one of just eleven law schools to have 95% of its
research output assessed to be of international quality or above by
the RAE 2008. It is committed to supporting all types of research,
whether undertaken individually or in groups, from doctrinal legal
analysis to interdisciplinary socio-legal work. Historically, much of
the School’s research has been undertaken by individual members of
staff outside of any organisational framework. However, the Law School
is host to seven established research and teaching centres: the
Institute of Maritime Law, Insurance Law Group, Institute of Criminal
Justice, ILaws (Information Technology and the Law), HEAL (Health
Ethics and Law Network), Centre for European Law and CLEG (Centre for
Law, Ethics and Globalisation). These centres reflect central aspects
of the research conducted within the School. It is part of the
School’s strategic plan for some or all of these centres to engage in
interdisciplinary research with other parts of the University.
In July 2003 the School’s teaching was rated at the highest level
(“confidence”) in the last Developmental Engagement produced by the
Government’s Quality Assurance Agency. The overall conclusions in the
Report were “overwhelmingly positive” and also stated that “the
standards achieved are high, the curricula are well-designed”; “the
quality of learning opportunities are also of a high level”; “Teaching
is perceived by students to be excellent, as is the general level of
academic and pastoral support. Library and information technology
facilities are also excellent”.
b School Staff
The Southampton Law School has long been known for its friendly and
supportive atmosphere. From 1 September 2012, there will be sixteen
Professors in the Law School:
Yvonne Baatz BA (Oxon); Solicitor
Hazel Biggs BA (Kent); PhD (Kent)
Brenda Hannigan BA (TCD); LLM (Harvard); MA (TCD); Solicitor
Nick Hopkins LLB (QMW Lond); Director of Research and
Enterprise;Directorof
Postgraduate Research Programmes
Alastair Hudson LLB (King’s Lond); LLM (King’s Lond); Barrister
Dora Kostakopoulou LLB (Athens); MA (Essex); PhD (Essex)
Natalie Lee LLB (Soton); Barrister; Head of the Law School
Robert Merkin LLB (Wales); LLM (Lond)
Jonathan Montgomery BA (Cantab); LLM (Cantab)
Renato Nazzini PhD (Milan); PhD (Lond); Solicitor; MCIArb; Director of
Postgraduate Taught Programmes
Stephen Saxby BA (Kent); Cert Ed (Lond) MBCS; PhD (Soton); Solicitor
Peter Sparkes LLB (Exeter); Solicitor
Hilton Staniland BA (Natal); LLB (Natal); LLM (Natal); PhD (Soton)
Paul Todd MA (Oxon); BCL (Oxon)
Mikis Tsimplis BSc; LLM (Soton); PhD
From 1 September 2012, other full-time members of staff will include 5
Readers, 9 Senior Lecturers and 10 Lecturers together with a number of
Visiting Professors and Senior Research Fellows.
c Degree Programmes
In the forthcoming session, it is estimated that there will be about
670 students following the undergraduate programmes leading to the
degree of LLB, LLB (International Legal Studies), LLB (European Legal
Studies), LLB (Accelerated) or LLB (Maritime Law). All of these
programmes lead to a qualifying law degree and comprise core subjects
along with a range of options from which students can choose to study
in the final year of study. The School currently makes a significant
contribution to modules provided by other academic units within the
University, including the Management School, Oceanography, and
Engineering and Applied Science. The University attaches importance to
interdisciplinary co-operation in both research and teaching.
The School has a well-established LLM degree programme attracting some
130 students from over 20 countries. In addition, there are over 30
postgraduate research students studying full-time or part-time for the
degree of MPhil or PhD. The School is committed to further expansion
at postgraduate level.
d Facilities for research
The University Library offers very good facilities for study: it
houses both the Law Collection and the Ford Collection of
Parliamentary Papers. Since the 1970s the Library has housed a
European Documentation Centre, which receives a selection of materials
direct from the Commission. Increasingly materials are supplied via
freely available electronic means. The Library also has extensive
subscriptions to legal databases which are accessible through the
Internet. The School itself houses a library collection exclusively
for staff use and the Institute of Maritime Law also funds the
specialist Philippa Kaye Library in Maritime Law, available for
members of staff and for Visiting Research Scholars.
The School’s research seminar series provides opportunities for
visiting speakers, School members and research students to present
papers and exchange ideas. There is an individual staff research
allowance, currently of £2,000, and staff are encouraged to apply for
study leave, which is available for one semester in every four years.
A number of staff exchange arrangements and participation in the
SOCRATES scheme mean that research and teaching visits to and from
mainland Europe are frequently organised.
The School places a high priority on computerisation and, in addition
to personal computers, there is a computing laboratory for staff and
students within the School. The School has developed its own intranet
and computing courses are regularly offered by the University's
Information Systems Services (e.g. on the “Blackboard” learning
resources programme, which is used for many modules).
3 APPLICATIONS
Applications with a full curriculum vitae should be made via
www.jobs.soton.ac.uk .
Further information about the Southampton Law School can be found on
its website: http://www.law.soton.ac.uk/. Information about personnel
issues can be found on the Human Resources website at
http://www.hr.soton.ac.uk.
Informal enquiries should be addressed to Professor Natalie Lee, Head
of the Law School, by telephone 023 8059 7652, by fax on 023 8059 3024
or by e-mail at [email protected]
4. INTERVIEWS
Interview date will be confirmed at a later date and applicants will
be asked to give a presentation.
Job Description and Person Specification (HR5)

Job Description
School/Department:
Southampton Law School (Faculty of Business and Law)
Post Title:
Lecturer in Public International Law
Career Pathway and Level:
ERE
TAE
MSA
CAO
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ERE Category
Academic Posts
Non-Academic Posts
Academic
Research
Teaching
Enterprise
Education Development

Post Responsible to (and Level):
Posts Responsible for (and Level):
Head of School
No direct supervisory responsibility
Job Purpose:
To teach public international law at undergraduate level and
international law of the sea at postgraduate level and to contribute
to service teaching for non-Law students in these fields.
Key Accountabilities/Primary Responsibilities (6-10 bullet points
maximum)
*
Support the teaching objectives of the School by delivering a
range of teaching activities including lectures, seminars and
tutorials to students at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and
to assist in the mooting programme if and when required.
*
Directly supervise students, providing advice on study skills and
helping with learning problems. Identify the learning needs of
students and define learning objectives. Set and mark coursework
and exams, providing constructive feedback to students.
*
Develop own teaching materials, methods and approaches, with
guidance. Obtain and analyse feedback on own teaching design and
delivery to facilitate this.
*
Continually update own knowledge and understanding of subject
area, incorporating knowledge of advances into own teaching
contributions.
*
Contribute to the efficient management and administration of the
School by performing administrative duties as allocated by the
Head. Such duties may include, for example, student recruitment
and outreach activities (including visits to schools and colleges,
participation in visit and taster days) and assisting with
students’ pro bono activities.
% Time
As allocated by Head of School depending on School needs and
requirements
Internal & External Relationships: (nature & purpose of relationships)
The post holder will work closely with academic colleagues teaching
and researching in the relevant areas. New appointees will be assigned
a senior colleague to guide their development and aid their
integration into the School and University.
Externally to deal with potential applicants and employers, including
the legal professions.
Special Requirements:
To be able to teach both public law and international law of the sea
immediately.
Person Specification
Criteria
Essential
Desirable
How to be assessed
Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience:
LLB (or equivalent)
LLM
PhD (or equivalent qualification and experience)
Work Related Experience:
Experience of Teaching at Undergraduate and/or Postgraduate level.
Experience of researching





Planning and Organising:
Able to plan, manage, organise and assess own teaching contributions
Able to contribute to the design of course units, curriculum
development and new teaching approaches in school


Problem Solving and Initiative:
Able to develop understanding of complex problems and apply in-depth
knowledge to address them
Able to develop original techniques/methods


Management and Teamwork:
Ability to contribute to a friendly and cooperative environment and to
stimulate other colleagues
Able to manage and deliver own course units and contribute to
team-taught course units
Able to directly supervise work of students
Able to contribute to school management and administrative processes




Communicating and Influencing:
Communicate new and complex information effectively, both verbally and
in writing, engaging the interest and enthusiasm of the target
audience
Deliver lectures and seminars in courses relating to different aspects
of law
Work proactively with colleagues in other work areas/institutions,
contributing specialist knowledge to achieve outcomes



Other Skills and Behaviours:
Positive attitude to colleagues and students

Special Requirements:
Ability to teach and undertake some research at international level
and above
Ability and willingness to teach public international law and
international law of the sea


Job Hazard Analysis Form - Appendix to Job and Person Specification
School/Department:
Southampton Law School (Faculty of Business and Law)
Post Title:
Lecturer in Public International Law
Post Number:
Please tick one of the following statements:
This post is an office-based job with routine office hazards e.g. use
of VDU

This post has some hazards other than routine office e.g. more than
use of VDU
Please tick all those that apply, and put N/A if not applicable
Environmental Exposures
O*
F
C
Outside work N/A
Extremes of temperature (eg fridge/ furnace) N/A
Potential for exposure to body fluids N/A
Possible Contact with patients in a clinical/home setting N/A
Noise (greater than 80 dba- 8 hrs twa) N/A
Exposure to hazardous substances (eg solvents, liquids, dust, fumes,
biohazards, animals). Specify ………………………………………….. N/A
Frequent hand washing N/A
Ionising radiation. N/A
Equipment/Tools/Machines used
Food Handling N/A ##
Driving university vehicles(e.g. car/van/LGV/PCV) N/A
Use of latex gloves (note: prohibited unless a specific clinical
necessity)
N/A
Vibrating tools ( eg strimmers, hammer drill, lawnmowers) N/A
Physical Abilities
Load manual handling. N/A
Repetitive Crouching/Kneeling/Stooping N/A
Repetitive Pulling/Pushing N/A
Repetitive Lifting N/A
Standing for prolonged periods N/A
Repetitive Climbing i.e. steps, stools, ladders N/A
Fine motor grips (eg pipetting) N/A
Gross motor grips N/A
Repetitive reaching below shoulder height N/A
Repetitive reaching at shoulder height N/A
Repetitive reaching above shoulder height N/A
Psychosocial Issues
Face to face contact with public

Lone working

Shift work/night work/on call duties N/A
O – Occasionally (up to 1/3 of time); F – Frequently (up to 2/3 of
time); C – Constantly (more than 2/3 of time) ## denotes to HR the
need for a full PEHQ to be sent to all applicants for this position.
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