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Salary: Competitive (part-time role)
Location of vacancy: Home-based but 10-20 days face-to-face contact required per year in Central London office
The Lead Examiner (Forensic and Criminal Investigation) will be the responsible and accountable subject expert for specified externally assessed components within BTEC Next Generation programmes in a given sector and level – in terms of specification interpretation, and the accuracy and correctness of assessment items.
This vacancy is for the following units:
Unit 5 – Applications of Criminology
Unit 7 – Applications of Forensic and Criminal Psychology
Nottingham Trent University – College of Business, Law & Social Sciences, Sociology
Closing date: March 9 2017
This post will work alongside Dr Becky Thompson, Professor Andromachi Tseloni, Dr James Hunter and Professor Nick Tilley on an 18-month Economic and Social Research Council-funded project: ‘who experiences or witnesses anti-social behaviour and in what context?’
We welcome applications from academics with expertise in empirical social research. We are particularly keen to see applications from those with knowledge and experience of analysing large-scale quantitative data, in particular hierarchical statistical modelling.
To submit an online application for this position please visit www.ntu.ac.uk/vacancies
If you have any specific queries in relation to this position, please contact Dr Rebecca Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, via email firstname.lastname@example.org