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0.8 Lecturer in Criminology and 0.6 Lecturer in Criminology
Blackburn University Centre (at Blackburn College)
Reference: 0990 & 3003
Closing Date: 9am, Monday 27 June 2022
Hours: Up to 29.6 hours per week / 52 weeks per year
Salary: Academic Points 23-37 : £24,060 to £36,299 pro-rata, per annum
We are looking for a Lecturer in Criminology who has a demonstrable knowledge of criminology and the criminal justice sector to deliver effective teaching, learning and assessment at undergraduate level across FDA to BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice degree programmes in the School of Creative, Digital and Community at Blackburn University Centre.
With programme or curriculum leadership experience, you will have excellent organisational qualities in order to lead modules and play a significant role in the general leadership and administration of the programme. Integrating practice, expertise, knowledge and research activities into curriculum development, design and implementation and engaging with industry and relevant organisations to ensure curriculum delivery that is current, agile and relevant to graduate opportunities. We are also keen to attract applicants with commensurate industry experience that may inform the design of teaching, learning and assessment to enhance the students’ work related experiences.
With the ability to inspire learners to make connections between theory and practice you will support students completing their degree, as well as being flexible and willing to teach on other programmes within the Academic Group of Community.
As an individual you will be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Blackburn College values diversity and is committed to creating a diverse workforce.
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ESRC PhD Studentship for British BAME Candidates
ESRC WRDTP Associated PhD Studentship – Over-policing and vulnerability in minority communities
University of York
Closing date: 5pm, 30 June 2022.
The new ESRC Vulnerability and Policing Futures Research Centre is advertising a fully funded PhD studentship for British BAME candidates, on over-policing and minority communities. Full details can be found here.
Please note that as part of a coordinated plan to increase diversity and inclusion among our postgraduate research community, this studentship award is limited to UK candidates who self-identify as being from a Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) background.
Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Criminology
University of Suffolk (uos.ac.uk)
Closing date: 5pm, 18 July 2022.
The University of Suffolk is looking for an outstanding scholar to join the School of Social Sciences and Humanities and help drive our vision for being a leading centre for teaching and research excellence. This exciting opportunity is offered as a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer role, on a full-time permanent basis. The successful candidate will be able to teach across the criminology curriculum at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Applicants with an ability to teach a subject specialism in: 1) history of crime and punishment and criminological theory; 2) gangs and violent crime; 3) policing, collaborative working and community safety; 4) environmental/ green criminology; 5) cybercrime; and/or, 5) organised crime; are particularly welcomed.
This post offers an exciting opportunity for an academic to develop the University’s expanding social sciences provision. The successful applicant should have published with a growing or established national/international profile that will make a significant contribution to our next REF submission as well as an active, and entrepreneurial approach to inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary research and an enthusiasm for delivering high quality, innovative undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The post-holder should also be a champion for the social sciences in public across Suffolk and beyond, pro-actively raising our profile through engagement in knowledge exchange and enterprise activities and enthusiastically developing external links to individuals and organisations in relevant sectors. An interest in contemporary and innovative pedagogical practice would also be an advantage.
Full information and a job description can be found here.
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