|Salary:||£35,327 to £53,348 pa|
|Placed On:||5th January 2022|
|Closes:||25th January 2022|
The Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology seeks to appoint to a permanent Lecturer post in either Criminology, Sociology or Social Policy to join our department at the University of Liverpool. This Teaching & Scholarship post is open to individuals who share our commitment to a positive student experience at the University of Liverpool, underpinned, in particular, by a commitment to excellence in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching through engaging and/or innovative teaching methods in an increasingly hybrid delivery model. In addition, an interest in furthering the approach and excellence of all colleagues’ teaching through working on change projects or published, pedagogical research and of the student experience more generally is important. Applicants with an interest or track record in mainstreaming digital technologies into teaching delivery would be particularly welcomed.
Applicants must be able to make, a contribution to the student experience, at PGT and UG level, in one or more of the areas of Criminology, Social Policy and Sociology. SSPC is committed to innovative teaching and learning strategies which enable students to benefit from both traditional and modern approaches and technologies.
You will share our commitment to the student experience at the University of Liverpool, in particular, through excellence in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and a commitment to innovative delivery methods. You will also be willing to undertake research supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The Department is committed to nurturing and supporting research and pedagogical leadership; you will distinguish yourself through your potential to play a central role in departmental life.
You should have a PhD in criminology, sociology, social policy or a cognate discipline (completed or submitted and awaiting viva).
The University of Liverpool hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to the principles of Athena Swan and values equity and diversity. We strive to ensure our workforce is representative of broader society and actively encourage applications from those in underrepresented minority groups, women, persons with disabilities, And persons of minority sexual orientations. We are committed to ensuring support for individuals starting out in their career or returning to academia after a career break for family, caring or health reasons.
Job Ref: 038106 Closing Date: 25th January 2022
For full details and to apply online, please visit: https://recruit.liverpool.ac.uk
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