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Edge Hill University
Closing July 29, 2021
We are looking for individuals who are able make a significant contribution to our Criminology programmes, with significant teaching experience on undergraduate Criminology courses. We are also seeking someone with experience of conducting research or engaging in research related activities.
You will be a team player with excellent communication skills and a commitment to supporting students and enhancing student employability. You will be an enthusiastic self-starter, who has the ability to work well independently with a hard-working approach.
About the Role
This role provides the opportunity to become a member of an ambitious research-led multi-disciplinary department. The posts arise from our wish to strengthen and further develop our research and teaching capacity to support the delivery of our undergraduate degrees in Criminology.
You will specifically be required contribute to the delivery of our modules on Criminology and the Modern World, Criminological Theory, Crime, Law and Society and be willing to contribute to teaching on other areas of our optional curriculum, depending on their areas of expertise and experience. For example, we would particularly welcome candidates who could teach on our modules on Violence and Gender, Justice, Rights and the State, the Politics of Policing and Imprisonment.
You will also be expected to contribute to the research activities of one of our Research Units and meet the qualitative and qualitative requirements for submission to the next Research Excellence exercise in 2027 and beyond.
For informal enquiries about this vacancy you may wish to contact: Professor George Talbot at Talbotg@edgehill.ac.uk
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Closing: August 4, 2021
Bournemouth University’s vision is worldwide recognition as a leading university for inspiring learning, advancing knowledge and enriching society through the fusion of education, research and practice. Our highly skilled and creative workforce is comprised of individuals drawn from a broad cross section of the globe, who reflect a variety of backgrounds, talents, perspectives and experiences that help to build our global learning community.
The Faculty of Health and Social Sciences (HSS) is central to this vision. As a Lecturer (Academic) in Criminology you will deliver high academic standards through a fusion of excellent education, informed by a credible and developing research profile and through professional engagement. You will help raise the national and international profile of the Faculty and our social science provision in the area of criminology, contribute to the growth of the academic community and develop personal areas of scholarship and research expertise.
You will facilitate teaching and learning across the growing suite of criminology programmes. You will have the opportunities to link with academic colleagues across the Faculty and University in taking forward the research and education agenda.
You will be qualified to Doctoral level in criminology or a cognate discipline that addresses an area such as crime, deviance, criminalisation, victimology or penology, or be able to demonstrate the ability to create and disseminate knowledge at an equivalent level and the capability to convert this knowledge into a doctorate in a maximum of 3-5 years from the date of appointment. You will be research active and committed to a culture of academic excellence and continuous improvement.
For further information and discussion or the opportunity for an informal visit, please contact by email Professor Sam Porter at email@example.com
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Economic and Social Research Council – ESRC
|Placed On:||23rd July 2021|
|Closes:||11th August 2021|
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), part of UKRI
We are seeking a Senior Research Portfolio Manager to lead on the ESRC’s portfolio for Crime, Justice and Security. Do you have demonstrable experience of and enthusiasm for the application of social science to the portfolio area? This might be the role for you!
With a comprehensive understanding of ESRC activity in areas such as policing, crime prevention, justice, cybercrime and criminal justice process, you will engage with academic leaders and stakeholder organisations to catalyse research ideas, drive forward the development and delivery of research agendas and ensure that outputs, outcomes and impacts arising from ESRC activities are captured and optimised.
We work closely with the researchers that we fund and in partnership with a wide range of external stakeholders and other research funders to maximise the impact of our activity. The role will involve building and maintaining effective relationships with stakeholders across UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), within the research community and in the policy and practice space, both in the UK and internationally.
The postholder will be a senior member of a team, driving forward a culture of high-performance teamwork across the ESRC, and taking responsibility for overseeing the work of other team members specialising in this field, with the opportunity to undertake line management.
To succeed in this role, you will have:
- Degree in a relevant discipline or equivalent experience
- Demonstrable emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills including the ability to work collaboratively and to form good working relationships with stakeholders at all levels of seniority
- Experience of effectively running/delivering programmes of research/ innovation projects
- Financial/ budget management skills
- Planning and organisation/prioritisation skills, with experience of balancing and responding to different demands, and the ability to deliver at high quality and pace against multiple priorities
- Strong quantitative and qualitative analysis and problem-solving skills, including the ability to show initiative, cope with ambiguity, and operate independently
- Up-to-date and broad-based knowledge of research/innovation, knowledge mobilisation and impact in the research/portfolio and the wider HE landscape including the role of UKRI
Choosing to come to work at UKRI means that you will have access to a whole host of benefits including a flexible working scheme, a Career Average Revalued Earnings pension scheme, 30 days annual leave allowance, access to employee shopping/travel discounts and salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme.
Applications are handled by UK Shared Business Services, to see more details and to apply please visit our job board. Please include a covering letter outlining how you fit the role criteria. Applicants who are unable to apply online should contact us by telephone on +44 (0)1793 867000.
The closing date for applications is 11th August 2021
To apply for the role please follow the link from jobs.ac.uk
Law Politics & Sociology, University of Sussex
Closing date: August 12, 2021
Expected start date: 01 September 2021
The Department of Sociology at the University of Sussex is looking to appoint a new academic member of staff to contribute to its Criminology program. This will be a permanent position (subject to probation) starting at lecturer level.
The post holder will contribute to the research profile of Criminology at Sussex through theoretically informed research and publication. They will also deliver high quality research-led teaching at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.
As we currently have an under-representation in the Department of a number of groups – in particular BAME and LGBTQ+ we would particularly welcome applications from people who are members of these groups. All appointments will be made on merit.
Please contact Professor Dean Wilson, Head of Sociology, at firstname.lastname@example.org for informal enquiries.
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University of Nottingham, Sociology & Social Policy
Closing: September 16, 2021
The School of Sociology and Social Policy is a vibrant, diverse and exciting centre for social science teaching and research. We are a multidisciplinary School covering criminology, sociology, public policy and administration, social policy, and social work.
As the School enters a period of growth, building on the rapid expansion of criminology since 2014, we are looking for an enthusiastic senior scholar to join our growing team. The successful applicant will be expected to make a significant contribution to research, teaching and senior leadership in the School. This will include responsibilities within the high-quality education we provide; securing external research funding; high-quality publications and other scholarly activities; and contributing high-quality outputs to future assessments of research excellence. This role will involve leadership and management across the spheres of education and student experiences, research and knowledge exchange and academic administration. Teaching on our very popular undergraduate programmes will be balanced with opportunities to play a leading part in the development of postgraduate teaching and research.
We welcome applications from candidates with interests in any area of criminology. Applications are encouraged from those scholars with an evidenced and successful commitment to high quality research, a strong background in delivering and managing educational programmes at postgraduate and undergraduate level, along with significant experience of academic administration. Roles at this level will have a significant impact on the direction, strategy, objectives, and results of the University by influencing and shaping the available resources as appropriate to meet the current and future needs of the University, the Faculty of Social Sciences and the School. We welcome applicants working in any field of criminology and are keen to develop research and teaching in the following areas: (1) border criminology; (2) feminist criminology; (3) prison health and governance; (4) race and ethnicity; (5) restorative justice; (6) southern, Asian and postcolonial criminology; (7) queer criminology; and (8) victimology.
This is a permanent post for a full-time academic who is able and willing to take on a senior leadership role in research and teaching within the criminology team. People from Black, Asian, and minority ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to apply as the School is determined to provide an inclusive environment for staff and students.
At the University of Nottingham, we aim to give you all the support you need to develop and nurture your talent, and to help you to reach your professional and personal career goals. We are committed to providing competitive employment packages whilst supporting the well-being of our staff to help them reach their full potential.
Preferable start date: October 2021 to January 2022.
This is a full time, permanent position. Post is open to part time working, minimum 29h per week.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Mel Jordan, Discipline Lead for Criminology: email@example.com
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