|Salary:||£34,189 to £39,609 per annum together with USS pension benefits if required.|
|Placed On:||18th January 2019|
|Closes:||21st February 2019|
Closing Date: 21-02-2019
Salary: The appointment will be on the Lecturer scale (£34,189 to £39,609 per annum) together with USS pension benefits if required. Find out more about the Swansea University pay scales: www.swansea.ac.uk/personnel/current-staff/salaries-and-pay
The Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law
This is a full-time permanent position currently based at the Singleton Campus, with plans to relocate to the Bay Campus in 2020/21. To support the continued growth of our Criminology department we are looking to appoint a Lecturer to compliment the Department’s distinguished research and teaching portfolio.
Criminology at the School of Law:
The Criminology Department is going from strength-to-strength and enjoys a position as one of the best ranked in the UK:
As a result of the department’s continued success, student numbers are ever-increasing, and due to the quality of teaching on offer, the department recruits students of a consistently high standard.
Our Criminology academics are research-focussed and have expertise in various areas, which include: Cybercrime and Terrorism, Neurocriminology and Bioethics, Probation and Offender Management Services, Sentencing and Courts, Sex Work and Youth Justice.
The Criminology department is also home to several leading research groups, including: the Centre for Criminal Justice and Criminology, and the Cyber Threats Intelligence Centre (CyTIC).
There is a strong focus on employability in the department, with specific skills embedded throughout the degrees on offer. Criminology at Swansea is also progressive and contemporary, with alternative assessments being used over exams where possible, focussing on other areas, such as writing policy or vlogs and blogs for assessment.
The department continues to develop, this year launching an all-new MA in Cyber Crime and Terrorism, which looks at understanding the constantly changing nature of online crimes and criminal behaviour, opening up a range of exciting career opportunities. Despite continuing to operate at the cutting-edge of academia, the department remains a grounded and inclusive place to work, with a friendly and thriving academic environment.
Informal Enquires and Further Information
For all informal enquires please contact Professor Elwen Evans QC via email - E.M.Evans@swansea.ac.uk
Please see the attached Candidate Information Pack for further details including how to apply.
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