Jobs at INSTITUTE OF LEGAL PRACTICE AND DEVELOPMENT :Lecturer (Deadline: 22 May 2018)

Jobs at INSTITUTE OF LEGAL PRACTICE AND DEVELOPMENT :Lecturer (Deadline: 22 May 2018)


Job Description


– Coordinate and manage the teaching of modules

– Ensure the availability of teaching materials and assignments to be used by trainers before the start of teaching;

– Prepare guidelines and schemes for teaching the modules;

– Initiate the revision of modules when required

– Identify external trainers and guests speakers to handle some parts or aspects of the module;

– Engage in Postgraduate and CLE teaching

– Prepare and deliver lectures and seminars in Postgraduate programs and CLE;

– Engage in examining duties, i.e. the production of exam questions/papers, exam marking and moderation.

– Contribute to the development and implementation of a high quality curriculum

– Supervise the teaching of the module and ensures quality;

– Ensure the conformity of the teaching of the module with the curriculum;

– Advise the external lecturers on approaches to teaching and learning which are appropriate for the Institute and subject area and reflect developing practice elsewhere

– Participate in research activities

– Conduct research in order to enrich the module and update it from the time to time;

– Carry out research and produce publications or other research outputs, in line with ILPD mission.

– Write research proposals, papers and other publications

– Undertake personal research projects and actively contributing to the institution’s research profile

– Supervise students’ research activities

Job Profile

Master’s Degree in Law with solid experience in practice;
A Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice;
A postgraduate Diploma in Teaching in Institutions of Higher learning would be an advantage;
Working experience of at least 3 years in Legal professions.


Key Technical skills and knowledge required:


– Comprehensive knowledge of the Rwandan legislations, policies, contract drafting, regulations legal procedures;

– Knowledge in civil and common law traditions;

– ICT Literacy in MS word, Power point and Internet;

– Proven ability to devise, advise on and manage learning/research programs;

– Have high analytical, report writing and presentation skills;

– Have leadership skills;

– Ability to work independently and without close supervision;

– Time management skills and ability to work under pressure;

– Effective communication skills;

– Fluent in English.








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