Applications are invited for a Resident Academic full time post in European and Comparative Law in the Department of European and Comparative Law within the Faculty of Laws of the University of Malta
Candidates must be in possession of a Ph.D. or equivalent research based doctorate in European Union law. The Resident Academic Stream is composed of four grades, being Professor, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer and Lecturer. Entry into the grade of Lecturer or above shall only be open to persons in possession of a Ph.D. or an equivalent research based doctorate within strict guidelines established by the University
Call for Applications Resident Academic Full Time Post in European and Comparative Law Department of European and Comparative Law - Applications are invited for a Resident Academic full time post in European and Comparative Law in the Department of European and Comparative Law within the Faculty of Laws of the University of Malta. The appointment will be on a three year definite contract which may be renewed, subject to a one year probationary period. Candidates must be in pos session of a Ph.D. or equivalent research based doctorate in European Union law . Preference may be given to those able to offer teaching and research in the following subject fields: judicial protection under EU law; the law relating to the Area of Freedom particular the procedure at the European Court of Justice, EU Consumer law, EU Labour Law as well as general EU law . The Resident Academic Stream is composed of four grades, being Professor, Associate Professor , Senior of a Ph.D. or an equivalent research based doctorate within strict guidelines established by the University. The annual salary for 2019 a ttached to the respective grades in the Resident Academic Stream is as follows: Professor €42,937 plus an Academic Supplement of €29,882 and a Professorial Allowance of €2,330 Associate Professor €39,421 plus an Academic Supplement of €22,850 and a Professorial Allowance of €1,423 Senior Lecturer €35,699 plus an Academic Supplemen t of €16,346 Lecturer €29,555 with an ann ual increment of €641 to €31,478 plus an Academic Supplement of €13,446 Resources Fund to support continuous profes sional development and to provide the tools and resources required by an academic to adequately fulfil the teaching and academic research commitments within the University. Call for Applications Resident Academic Full Time Post in European and Co mparative Law Department of European and Comparative Law - Faculty of Laws The University of Malta may also appoint promising and exceptional candidates into the grade of Assistant Lecturer, provided that they are committed to obtain the necessary qual ifications to enter the Resident Academic Stream. Such candidates will either have achieved exceptional results at undergraduate level, be already in possession of a relevant Masters qualification, or would have been accepted for or already in the process of achieving their PhD. Assistant Lecturer with Mas ters € 27,575 with an annual increment of €596 to €29,363 and an Academic Supplement of €4,767 Assistant Lecturer € 25,575 with an annual increment of €531 to €27,256 and an Academic Supplement of €4,535 Applicants should submit their letter of application by e - mail to firstname.lastname@example.org together with their curriculum vitae , certificates and names and e - mails of three referees. Applications should be received by Monday, 25 th February 20 19 . Late applications will not be considered. Further information may be obtained from the website: http://www.um.edu.mt/hrmd/vacancies Office of the University Msida, 1 st February 2019 007 _e uropean an d comparative law_2019 Call for Applications Resident Academic Full Time Post in European and Comparative Law Department of European and Comparative Law - Faculty of Laws Further Information General Working Obligations: The conditions o f work for a Resident Academic of the University of Malta, are set out in the ‘Collective Agreement for Academic Staff of the University of Malta’ and the ‘Manual of Conduct and Procedures’. The commitment of a Resident Academic is based on a 40 - hour week , with flexible times depending on established time - tables and distributed reasonably between teaching, academic research and other academic work (including academic administration and professional activity). The official lecturing times of the University of Malta are Monday to Friday, between 08:00 and 20:00 hours and the successful candidate will be required to lecture at any time within the official teaching times during term - time. The appointment will be subject to a probationary period of one year and to the provisions of the Statutes, Regulations and Bye - Laws of the University of Malta which are now or which may hereafter be in force. The Department of European and Comparative Law The Department aims to cover all aspects of EU law and candidates wit h interests in all areas are encouraged to apply. The Department wishes to strengthen the existing programmes at LL.B and LL.M (formerly called Magister Juris) level as well as the newly introduced MA in European Legal studies by the introduction of new co urses to cover new developments and by freeing existing staff to do so more fully. There will therefore be the opportunity to teach at all levels, as well as to develop individual teaching and research interests as they evolve. The Department is committed to high level research, much of which is conducted in the context of international collaborative projects with Faculties, Centres and colleagues in other EU Member States. Members of staff regularly make presentations at academic and other conferences and meetings both in Malta and abroad. The new appointees will be expected to contribute to the development of the Department’s activities in general, including new course programme development, project work and the organization of seminars, conferences and pu blic lectures, and the selection board will be looking for persons with initiative and organizational ability as well as appropriate administrative skills. New appointees are expected to contribute to the Department’s outreaches, participate in current and future EU projects, including publications as well as organization of students’ academic activities including EU moot courts and visits to European institutions. The duties which the appointee will be expected to perform include: a. Teaching including tuto rials and seminars, supervision of practical work and placements, monitoring on projects and other personally undertaken student enterprises; b. Preparing course materials; c. Researching and publishing both individual and collaborative; d. Continuous assessment of students, setting and marking of examination papers including dissertations within established time - frames; e. Participating in the administration of academic affairs at Departmental, Faculty and University levels; f. Contributing to national and regional devel opment particularly in the area of specialisation and through cooperation with governmental, intergovernmental, regional and non - governmental institutions and services; g. Any other relevant duties as may be required by the University Call for Applications Resident Academic Full Time Post in European and Comparative Law Department of European and Comparative Law - Faculty of Laws The Selection Process: a. The scrutiny of qualifications and experience claimed and supported by testimo nials and/or certificates (copies to be included with the application). b. Short - listing of candidates. c. An invitation to short - listed candidates to a Selection Board interview. d. A short presentation on a subject allotted to short - listed candidates T he selection process will follow the document “Guidelines for Members of Selection Boards in the Recruitment of Resident Academic Staff” ( http://www.um.edu.mt/hrmd/services/recruitment ). In a ccordance with the guidelines, members of the Selection Board will establish the following selection criteria for the selection process: Relevant academic qualifications Relevant Academic / Work experience Aptitude and suitability; and Performance in inte rview Office of the University Msida, 1 st February 2019 007 _e uropean and comparative law_2019
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