|Salary:||£33,796 to £38,017 per annum|
|Placed On:||28th January 2020|
|Closes:||26th February 2020|
The School of Psychology is a vibrant environment in which to work and learn. Our expert staff are not only excellent teachers, but high-quality practitioners in their own right. At Worcester, our teaching, research and consultancy work are all unified in their commitment to delivering real social benefit - putting the discipline of psychology to work in the world beyond our walls. For us, Psychology is a doing word. Our research output not only helps to shape debate and influence our teaching; it also drives at the heart of global issues, from LGBT rights in the Caribbean to the plight of those caught up in humanitarian crises across the world.
The School of Psychology is committed to asking the questions that need to be asked. Because we place social benefit above financial value, our teaching, research and consultancy activities are issue-driven, engaging with psychology where it has the power to transform lives and affect real change.
The School of Psychology is home to a well-established BA Criminology programme: Criminology is taught as a Single Hons subject, and also in combination with subjects such as Law and Policing. The curriculum is underpinned by current research in Criminology. We are seeking a Lecturer (Teaching) in Criminology to help us deliver excellent teaching to support the School’s undergraduate programmes, and provide excellent standards of student support, including personal tuition and career planning.
For an informal discussion about this role please contact Helen Scott via email@example.com
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