|Salary:||£42,149 to £78,265 Please see advert text for details|
|Placed On:||4th August 2022|
|Closes:||28th August 2022|
Full time starting salary is normally in the range £42,149 to £50,296, with potential progression once in post to £56,587
Full time starting salary is normally in the range £51,799 to £60,022, with potential progression once in post to £78,265
Grade/band: Grade 8 or 9
Interview Date: 29th September 2022
The School of Social Policy is a diverse community of scholars whose mission is to understand the world and also to change it. We pursue this via our education, research and impact and engagement activities. We deliver undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education programmes to a diverse student population across our three Departments: Social Policy, Sociology & Criminology; Social Work and Social Care; and Health Services Management Centre. We undertake research to make a difference, collaborating with our research partners from the public, private and third sectors. We are recognised as a leading centre of expertise in Social Policy, ranking 8th in REF 2021 and in the top 50 in the QS World University rankings.
The Department of Social Policy, Sociology & Criminology (SPSC) is seeking to appoint an Assistant or Associate Professor of Criminology/Criminal Justice to join our growing team. You will be able to demonstrate an emerging (Assistant Prof) or established (Associate Prof), internationally recognised research programme in criminology/criminal justice, evidenced in e.g. high quality outputs, research grant capture and impact and engagement activities. You will have the capacity to develop and teach across our undergraduate criminology programmes, develop our postgraduate offer, and to contribute to the wider running and activities of the Department.
The School is strongly committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and is particularly seeking applications from underrepresented groups. Applications will be assessed against the stated criteria and on merit.
Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Will Leggett, Head of Department (email@example.com).
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