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Based in London, the Inns of Court College of Advocacy (ICCA) is recruiting two key leadership roles to design and implement an innovative approach to the delivery of the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC). The ICCA aims to improve access to the profession by developing a pathway which allows for flexibility, high standards, accessibility and affordability. The ICCA‘s Director of Programmes seeks to recruit the following:

Head of Online Learning

The post holder will lead the implementation of the innovative blended learning approach of the ICCA’s BPTC. Working with academic and technical partners, the HOL will be responsible for managing a small team of technical staff to design, develop and quality assure all online materials. After launch, the HOL will manage all aspects of online delivery. This role would suit an
experienced academic (preferably with Bar course experience) who has managed online design and delivery, or an experienced online production manager from another academic discipline. Leadership and project management experience are essential.

The successful candidate will assume important leadership responsibilities within a skilled team and will help to design, develop and project-manage every aspect of the course ahead of its launch in 2020.

A complete Job Specification is available here.

How to apply

Please send your CV and a covering letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please ensure that your letter explains how you meet the criteria set out within the role description and person specification, as well as details of what you would bring to the role. 

The closing date for applications is noon on 30 November 2018. The ICCA requires the appointed candidate to be available to start work by April 2019.

 


Deputy Course Leader

The Deputy Course Leader (DCL) will take a leading role in the implementation of the ICCA’s BPTC. The DCL will have responsibility for the implementation and management of our admissions processes and will manage all student recruitment activities from initial contact through to selection. He/she will play a key role in raising the profile of the course with potential students, universities and the Bar and will assume a teaching and assessment role after the course launches. We are seeking an experienced BPTC tutor, with knowledge of the BPTC syllabus, student selection and pupillage. Some UK travel will be required.

The successful candidate will assume important leadership responsibilities within a skilled team and will help to design, develop and project-manage every aspect of the course ahead of its launch in 2020.

A complete job specification is available here.

How to apply

Please send your CV and a covering letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please ensure that your letter explains how you meet the criteria set out within the role description and person specification, as well as details of what you would bring to the role. 

The closing date for applications is noon on 30 November 2018. The ICCA requires the appointed candidate to be available to start work by April 2019.

 


COIC values equality and diversity

We are committed to ensuring its processes and procedures are fair, transparent and free from unlawful discrimination. To ensure we are treating candidates fairly, we monitor all stages of the appointment process. We therefore ask that you complete an Equality and Diversity monitoring form and submit this with your application.

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