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Law and Criminology
2x Lecturer in Criminology
Closing: July 18, 2019
The Department of Law and Criminology at Aberystwyth University invites applications for the post of Lecturer in Criminology (2 x full-time roles), mainly to contribute to and develop its provision in Criminology; but to work more widely on other aspects of the curriculum and curriculum development.
At least 1 role will need to teach through the medium of Welsh.
Centre for Criminology
Closing: July 19, 2019
PhD opportunity – Understanding the Use of Digital Forensics in the Investigation and Prosecution of Major Crime Offences in England and Wales
USW is part of the Doctoral Training Alliance (DTA) in Social Policy, a University Alliance initiative which aims to deliver a new approach to postgraduate research opportunities. It builds on the research strengths and industry-focused ethos of Alliance universities, offering fully funded postgraduate programmes which deliver excellent research with real world impact, an expert network of support and potential employment opportunities for researchers. Students will be based at USW and there will be opportunities for the candidate to share and engage with other PhD students and researchers in one of the biggest DTA programmes in the UK.
For more details see here
Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice
School of Media, Culture and Society
Closing: July 19, 2019
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice to join the School of Media, Culture & Society at the University of the West of Scotland.
Informal enquiries may be made to: Professor Ross Deuchar, email@example.com
Further information, including details of how to apply are available at jobs.uws.ac.uk
School of Law and Social Sciences
Lecturer in Criminology (2 posts)
(Fixed Term until 30th June 2021)
Closing: Monday 5th August 2019 5pm
The University of Suffolk is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, flexible and committed individual to contribute to the teaching and administration of a national MSc in Leadership and Custodial Environments. The MSc is a two-year part-time professional practice master’s degree programme for new entrant graduate prison officers. The course is part of a new leadership scheme funded by Unlocked Graduates and financed by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) and is the only course of its kind in the country. This post represents a unique, exciting and challenging opportunity to play an active role in the design, delivery and management of several core modules of the programme and in the future development of this important part of penal policy. You will also have responsibility for providing academic and personal tutorial support and supervision for students enrolled on the course, who will be working full-time as a prison officer alongside their studies.
You will have completed a Master’s degree in Criminology or an allied subject and have considerable knowledge and understanding of prisons and prison officer work. We would therefore especially welcome applications from those with a demonstrable expertise in penology and/or those who have had considerable experience as a practitioner within this field. It is expected that you will be able to draw on academic knowledge and research and/or professional practice to inform teaching and course materials. Experience of on-line course design and administration would be advantageous, as would some teaching experience in a HEI. This post may be particularly suited to those who are, or have been, employed by-NOMS or HMPPS in a professional capacity.
The MSc programme is part of the School of Law and Social Sciences based in the iconic Waterfront Building overlooking the marina at Ipswich’s Neptune Quay. Our School is all about change, having impact and making a difference. Through teaching, research and collaborative enterprise, we focus on student-centred learning and progression, and meaningful engagement with wider professional and academic communities.
Ideally the post will be based in Ipswich but as the MSc will be largely delivered on-line applicants unable to locate to Suffolk will be considered.
For informal enquiries about this post, please contact the Course Leader Dr Isabella Boyce on 01473 338520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Monday 5th August 2019 5pm
Interviews: Monday 19th August 2019
For further information and details of how to apply go to: https://www.uos.ac.uk/jobs/lecturer-criminology-0