Details of all paid roles at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) can be found below as well as details of how to apply.
Arthur Watts Research Assistant in Antitrafficking Law and Policy
The post is part time (0.5FTE), for a fixed term of two years, and will be paid at the London Living Wage. Applications by Monday 30th September 2019 with an immediate start date.
Arthur Watts Research Fellow in Antitrafficking Law and Policy
Full-time role for two years. A salary package of between £28,000 and £30,000 pa is expected, depending on qualifications and experience. Applications by Sunday 29th September 2019 with an immediate start date.
How to Apply for a Role at BIICL
When applying for a role at BIICL please follow the application procedure set out in the advertised job description. Applicants must complete the BIICL Application Cover Form, as well as providing a curriculum vitae and supporting statement.
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As part of your application we may ask you to provide us with the following sensitive information (called 'special category data' in the GDPR 2016);
- Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offence?
- Do you have a disability that would require adjustments to the interview process?
When recruiting we may request your explicit consent to collect your sensitive personal data in order for us to have a lawful basis for processing your data in this way when you are applying for a role at BIICL or you are taking up employment with us.
Vacancies at Other Organisations
From time to time the Institute also publishes vacancy notices from other relevant institutions. Please click on the links below to find out more about these opportunities.
There are no external vacancies at this time.
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