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Department of Sociology
Assistant Professorships 2 x Permanent, Full-Time Positions
Closing Date: 11:59pm on Sunday June 2, 2019
Applications are invited for two Assistant Professorships in the Department of Sociology at the University of Warwick. The successful candidates will be joining one of the UK’s leading Sociology Departments.
We seek to appoint candidates working in areas of Sociology that suit the department’s current research strengths and that deliver high quality teaching. We will be offering a new degree in Sociology and Criminology from 2020-21. The decision of who to appoint will be made on the basis of the all-round intellectual quality of the application.
The successful candidates will have an emerging international reputation in the discipline of Sociology and deliver high quality research publications in distinguished journals and presses ahead of REF2021. They will also be expected to develop credible bids for external research funding and demonstrate a commitment to achieving non-academic impact.
In addition, the post-holders will excel at research-led teaching and contribute to the successful delivery and innovation of Sociology undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.
The department’s research is currently organised around three research themes; a) Economy, Technology, Expertise, b) Inequalities and Social Change, and c) Justice, Authority and the Geopolitical as well as within two Research Centres – the Centre for the Study of Women and Gender and the Social Theory Centre.
The successful candidates will have the ability to teach in core areas of Sociological methods and theory and on more specialised modules in areas such as criminology; gender and society; global sociology; and/or media and culture. We welcome applications from candidates involved in interdisciplinary research collaborations.
For an informal and confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Professor Virinder S Kalra (V.Kalra@warwick.ac.uk).
See university website for full details
Professor of Criminology
Closing: June 9, 2019
We would be particularly interested to hear from candidates with specialist expertise in one of the following areas; criminal policy; criminal justice; policing; digital criminology, and comparative criminology.
The University will seek to appoint at Professorial level, however, there may be an opportunity for candidates at an earlier career stage with outstanding potential to initially apply and be considered at Reader level with a view to progression to a Professorial position. You will need to specify this on your application.
Three full-time and permanent Lectureships in Criminology
Closing: June 13, 2019
See the website for further information
Closing: June 14, 2019
Canterbury Christ Church University
School of Law, Criminal Justice & Policing
The School of Law, Criminal Justice & Policing are inviting applications for one funded full-time scholarship aimed at police education and professionalisation. Applicants are required to complete the university PhD application form, references and provide a CV.
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Senior Lecturer in Criminology/Policing
Closing: June 16, 2019
We are seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer to contribute to the growth of our teaching and research in Criminology, Policing and Modern Slavery.
This is an exciting time to join our warm, supportive Criminology team as we add new programmes in Policing and Modern Slavery to our successful undergraduate and postgraduate Criminology provision. Based in the Department of Criminology and Sociology, our Criminology team has expertise across the discipline in areas that include violence, history of crime, supervision of offenders, surveillance, sex work and organised crime. We work with research partners across the University and we have excellent links with local, national and international criminal justice organisations and practitioners. These links present many exciting opportunities for applied research and innovation.
We are particularly keen to appoint new colleagues who can contribute to teaching Policing and capitalise on our research and impact links in this area, but we encourage applications from motivated researchers in any area of Criminology.
A successful candidate will be both a motivated teacher and an excellent researcher, evidenced by experience of teaching development and the publication of high-quality research outputs. The successful applicant should have a PhD in a relevant discipline or possess substantial equivalent experience in policing.