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Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Policing Organisation and Practice
Faculty of Business and Law (FBL)
Salary: £39,992 to £56,950
Location: Milton Keynes
Fixed Term contract until 31 July 2020
Closing Date: 20 October, 2017 – 12:00
As part of ongoing institutional investment into Policing Research, Learning and Education at the OU we are recruiting two new Senior Lecturers/Lecturers in Policing Organisation and Practice.
We are seeking the right candidate who can make a significant contribution to the Department’s teaching of the Undergraduate Apprenticeship Degree in Policing Practice currently being planned for development in consultation with the College of Policing.
We would be particularly interested if you have or would be ready to develop, expertise that can contribute to teaching on topics such as Criminal Justice; Security and Intelligence; Community and Neighbourhood Policing; Criminal Investigation; Policing Ethics; among others. Where appropriate you will be working with policing practitioners in the production of teaching materials on specialist topics as diverse as professional standards, roads policing and victim support.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Policing
Job Reference : 004548
Closing Date : 25 October 2017
Salary : Grade H/I (£32,548 – £47,722 p.a.)
Department : College of Business Law & Social Sciences
For this role candidates should have an understanding of the major subject areas within the Policing discipline. Equally, an understanding of contemporary Policing issues are vital for this role and the the future development of the delivery of this programme.
For more please see the university website
Lecturer in Criminology
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS)
Fixed-term contract until 31 July 2019
Criminology at The Open University has entered a period of considerable expansion as it progresses a series of exciting new teaching and research initiatives: a cutting-edge BA (Hons.) in Criminology and an MA in Crime and Justice are major curriculum developments, while we have recently launched the Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative, as a major focus for our research into crime, harm and criminalisation.
In this context, we are seeking to appoint a temporary full-time Lecturer in Criminology to help to shape these exiting initiatives and, more broadly, the direction of the discipline at The Open University. You will be located in Social Policy & Criminology, which is part of the newly-formed School of History, Religious Studies, Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology.
We welcome applicants with expertise in any aspect of criminology, ‘crime’ and criminalisation, but would be particularly keen to see applications from those with interests in post/counter-colonial criminology and / or Southern Criminology.
You will have (or be close to completing) a PhD, or equivalent, in criminology or a cognate discipline, recent relevant teaching experience and the ability to produce text and online distance teaching materials.
If you would like to discuss the post please contact Professor Steve Tombs, Discipline Lead, by emailing our Academic Support at FASS-HRSSC-SPC@open.ac.uk
Closing date: 12 noon on 25 October 2017
Interviews will take place 29 November 2017
Lecturer in Criminology
Job reference: REQ00928
Closing date: 30 October 2017
Salary: £39,993 – £47,722 per annum
We wish to appoint a Lecturer in Criminology to strengthen our research and teaching in this field. Applicants are invited from all areas of Criminology and we are particularly interested in candidates with an expertise in ‘Green Criminology’ and global environmental justice and the anthropology of crime.
The successful candidate will have obtained a PhD in Criminology, Sociology or an allied field or be in the final stages of completion of studies.
The anticipated start date of this post is September 2018.
Associate Professorship in Quantitative Criminology in association with Green Templeton College
Grade 10a (36S): £46,336 – £62,219 per annum
Closing date:12 noon on Monday October 30, 2017
The Faculty of Law and Green Templeton College Law invite suitably qualified candidates to apply for the post of Associate Professor in Quantitative Criminology in the Centre for Criminology, Oxford. The person appointed will be expected to engage in advanced study and research in Quantitative Criminology, to give high-quality seminars, classes, supervision, lectures, and tutorials, at both undergraduate and graduate level, to examine, and to play a part in the administration of the Centre and the Faculty.
Applicants must hold a doctorate in a relevant social science subject, have relevant teaching experience, have conducted and published empirical research with quantitative methods, be able to develop course materials and research proposals, have a research record of international standing and the intention to continue researching and publishing, and have the potential to secure external research funding. Preference will be given to candidates with a record of research and publication in the field of race and criminal justice, and experience of or the potential for successful engagement outside the academy in knowledge exchange activities or policy development. The full selection criteria in the Further Particulars should be consulted before applying.
Associate professors who are awarded the title of full professor may receive from the University an additional salary payment of £2,700 per annum.
Queries about the application process should be addressed to the Personnel Officer in the Law Faculty, Emma Gascoigne, at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +44 1865 281622. All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence and will not form part of the selection decision.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday October 30, 2017
The College and the University are Equal Opportunity Employers. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.
Applications for this vacancy are to be made online via www.recruit.ox.ac.uk and enter vacancy ID: 131211
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer posts in Sociology and Criminology (3x) full-time
Closing date: Monday October 30, 2017
We are seeking three enthusiastic team members to make a permanent and full-time contribution to our vibrant undergraduate and postgraduate offers, and to further strengthen our growing research activity. Our School offers a number of undergraduate Social Science degrees in sociology, criminology and police studies. Postgraduate provision is planned for 2019.
The successful candidates will have the relevant knowledge, experience and qualifications to make a substantial contribution to teaching sociology and/or criminology, and a demonstrable research profile which is well positioned to contribute to REF2021 and which aligns with the School’s intellectual strengths in sociology and criminology of culture, social harm, and deviant leisure.
Candidates should possess experience of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, and research supervision and thesis examination. Lecturer level candidates are expected to be research active and will be supported to develop an outstanding research profile. Senior Lecturer candidates should have a strong publication record and a successful record of attracting research funding. Experience of teaching quantitative research methods would be an advantage.
We are committed to diversity and inclusion and welcome applications from all backgrounds.
Please note that CVs will not be accepted in place of the application form. *If you wish to be considered for the role at Senior Lecturer level please refer to Section 2.3 of the’Senior Lecturer criteria’ document when completing your application*.
Closing date: 30 October 2017 at midnight
Provisional interview dates: 13 and 14 November 2017
To apply, visit here.
Over 50 fully-funded PhD Studentships for 2018
Criminology related calls:
These fully-funded PhD studentships offer an exciting opportunity to join our pioneering and cutting edge areas of research excellence – nurturing the next generation of research leaders.This studentship competition is open to applicants who wish to study for a PhD on a full-time basis only. The studentship will pay UK/EU fees (currently set at £4,195 for 2017/18 and are revised annually) and provide a maintenance stipend linked to the RCUK rate (this is revised annually and is currently set at £14,553 for the academic year 2017/18) for up to three years. The studentships will be expected to commence in October 2018.
Applications close at 12 pm on Thursday 30, November 2017.