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Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Closing: August 16, 2018
As a Senior Lecturer / Lecturer you will be supported by our established and experienced team of senior academic colleagues to develop your research outputs and impact. You will utilise this to develop and deliver outstanding research informed teaching to our students, making a strong personal contribution to the academic profile of the Department and Faculty.
We welcome applications from early and mid-career academics with an emerging/established research profile who will complement our research strengths in criminology and criminal justice studies, policing, human rights and social media.
More details about our team, ambitions and subject specialisms can be found in the additional documents. Join us to #TakeOnTomorrow
University Teacher in Criminology and Social Policy
Maternity Cover – Part-time (0.6FTE) and Fixed-term from 1st October 2018 until 30th September 2019 or the earlier return of the post-holder
Closing: August 16, 2018
This is an opportunity to join Social Sciences at Loughborough University, part of the School of Social Sciences. Applications are invited from outstanding candidates with research and teaching interests across criminology and social policy, but candidates with an interest in: crime prevention, policing, social justice and social welfare are particularly encouraged. The candidate must have experience of teaching and will be expected to help lead teaching and contribute to other areas of the curriculum as required, including the delivery and development of BSc and MA programmes. The lectureship will commence as soon as possible following interview.
Candidates are expected to have: a completed PhD in a social science discipline or equivalent experience, an active research profile, and the clear potential to contribute to the University Strategy of Building Excellence across research, teaching and enterprise in a high-performing HE environment. Previous applicants need not apply.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 11 September 2018
Closing: September 1, 2018
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a funded PhD within University of the West of Scotland. The PhD title is: An exploration of the relationship between rises in violent offending and reduction in stop and searches within Scotland.
For full details and how to apply please see here
Lecturer in Criminology
Closing: August 19, 2018
For an informal discussion to find out more about the role then please contact Dr Zoë James, Associate Head of School for Criminology (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer (Teaching and Research) in Criminology
Closing: September 2, 2018
We are seeking a Senior Lecturer or Lecturer to contribute to our teaching and research in Criminology, in which we are currently ranked at number 9 in UK and number one in Scotland by the Guardian University Guide 2019. We will particularly welcome expertise in issues relating to policing, intelligence and counter-terrorism, whilst remaining open to consider other candidates who may be complementary to our research interests and teaching programmes. Current areas of strength and interest in our team include criminal justice and the sociology of punishment, organised crime, comparative research and critical criminology. The successful candidate will contribute to our Criminology teaching programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and will conduct research in a relevant area. They will have the advantage of joining the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR), a consortium of four Universities (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Strathclyde), as well as joining a University that is a member of the Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR) consortium.
Senior Lecturer – Centre for Policing Research and Learning
£50,618 to £56,950 Ref: No: 14940
Closing: 12:00 noon 7 September 2018
Based in Milton Keynes, home based would be considered with regular travel to Milton Keynes campus
Full-time, part time would be considered.
Permanent and Fixed Term Contracts for 48 months are available.
Come and be part of the exciting expansion of Policing at the Open University. We are expanding teaching, research and scholarship in Policing as part of the Centre for Policing Research and Learning. The Centre is underpinned by a collaborative partnership between the Open University and 19 police agencies across the UK, from large territorial forces (e.g. Metropolitan Police Service, Greater Manchester, Thames Valley) to smaller forces (e.g. Gwent, Dorset, ) and including specialist police agencies (e.g. National Crime Agency and British Transport Police). More than 50 academics across the OU are involved in research, education and knowledge exchange across all faculties of the University. To find out more about the Centre please visit, Centre for Policing Research and Learning.
In addition to this work with the 19 police agencies, the Centre with the University is concurrently embarking on the development and provision of a suite of new policing degrees. Consequently, we are looking to appoint a number of Senior Lecturers in this area to help lead and develop our vision. Each post-holder will make a significant contribution to our developing portfolio of policing programmes as well as engage in research, scholarship and teaching. The position offers the opportunity to be part of a vibrant, inter-disciplinary research and scholarship culture and community, and to develop expertise in online and distance learning. Assistance with Relocation expenses may be applicable and details can be provided on request.
We invite applications from a broad spectrum of academic expertise related to policing as well as from appropriately qualified policing senior professionals looking to move into academia. Applicants should show how their teaching and research is relevant to the Centre for Policing Research and Learning.
The candidate will need to demonstrate experience of teaching, writing and learning in Higher Education and aptitude for academic leadership being able to take on responsibility for team leadership as required. The candidate will also have a record of high quality research publications or a track record of high quality scholarship outputs and impact in their area of expertise related to policing.
Informal enquires to the Teaching Director of Policing, Dr Matthew Jones (Matthew.Jones@Open.ac.uk)
Closing date: 12:00 noon 7 September 2018
Interview date: Late September 2018
For detailed information and how to apply go to http://www.open.ac.uk/about/employment/vacancies/senior-lecturer-centre-policing-research-and-learning-14940 or email email@example.com quoting the reference number.
We promote diversity in employment and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
School of Law, Criminal Justice and Computing
Senior Lecturer in Applied Criminology
Closing: September 9, 2018
The successful candidate will act as Programme Director for the well-established BSc Applied Criminology programmes and will lead on undergraduate criminology programme development and management.
The appointee will be expected to contribute to the delivery of the undergraduate and postgraduate Applied Criminology programmes and will be able to supervise postgraduate research students. A clear commitment to the student experience and developing our students’ employability opportunities is key to the role.
Informal enquiries to Shauna McCusker, Director of Criminal Justice email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor/Associate Professor in Criminology & Criminal Justice
Closing: September 16, 2018
Criminology at Northumbria continues to grow. To support this and our future ambitions we have new opportunities for outstanding Academic colleagues to join our team within the Department of Social Sciences.
As a senior colleague within the Department you will lead, grow and develop the research profile of Criminology, Justice and Policing at Northumbria, in line with our REF success and the University Vision. Your exceptional contribution to research, impact, knowledge exchange and the development of others will support you making a strong personal contribution to the academic profile of the Department and Faculty.
As a leading expert in Criminology you will have strong research outputs and a proven ability to secure research funding and income. As a proven and successful leader, you will be able to think and act strategically, adapting to the changing external environment.