|Placed On:||25th March 2019|
|Closes:||22nd April 2019|
The School of Law and Social Sciences is seeking to make an appointment to a Professorial role in support of key research strategic considerations within the area of Criminology. We are particularly interested in attracting applications from individuals with a strong research interest in policing to augment and support our position as market leaders in policing education. We have a healthy and growing portfolio of programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level and were the first University to deliver Policing Apprenticeships. We have excellent links with practice and we are keen to strengthen our research capability particularly within the policing arena.
We are looking for candidates who can build on our demonstrative commitment to student success and research impact. We are particularly keen to attract candidates who are able to mentor former practitioners to establish a research profile
The successful candidate would work with our other research professors in the College – particularly Prof. Ken Pease, Prof. Stephen Farrell, Prof Alex Nunn and Prof. Ray Bull. We have a collegiate, supportive and team based environment. We encourage inter-disciplinary and team-based research projects and have recently established considerable infrastructure and support for research, including weekly research seminars, termly mentoring and research planning, collaborative research projects. Using this infrastructure we have begun to increase our success in research funding and related activity and we have resources to support impact activities.
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