Job Title: Lecturer, Introduction to Law & Citizenship Code: 00242015 Location: Aba, Abia Job Descriptions The St. Bridget’s Schools, one of the leading private institutions in Nigeria, has been licensed to develop a tertiary institution for adult education that shall be known as the St. Bridget’s Institute. The Institute will consist of the following schools that shall provide training in the following areas: The College of General Studies: This school will give students a general education that will set the foundational standard necessary to excel in their chosen fields of study. The College of Lifelong Learning: This school will target personal development and retirees who are often ignored once they leave services in developing countries such as Nigeria. The School of Technical Arts & Sciences: This school will focus on teaching technical skills such as welding, automotive technologies, culinary arts, woodwork and metal fabrication. The School of Business & Management: This school will be for working professionals looking to acquire additional skills. This school will provide courses in teacher education, digital & computing technologies, as well as enterprise and business development. The School of Film & Music:This school will focus on entertainment industry, creating highly skills professional that will be in front and behind the camera. Responsibilities The College of General Studies is seeking an instructor to teach an introductory course in the Law and Citizenship. This course will give students a general overview of the Nigerian legal system. It will provide, perhaps for the first time ever for most students, an opportunity to learn about their rights and responsibilities as citizens. Student will learn the basic aspects of law and critical legal thinking. Qualifications Candidate should possess a Graduate Degree qualification Application Closing Date 19th August, 2016. Method of Application Interested and qualified candidates should: Click here to apply online Or Send their CV’s with cover letter to: [email protected]]]>

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