|Placed On:||2nd August 2022|
|Closes:||21st August 2022|
The School of Policy Studies at the University of Bristol is seeking to recruit a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) for a PhD in the area of Criminology/Social Harm with a particular focus on the relationship between gambling and harm and based upon qualitative work with gamblers. The successful candidate will work on their own PhD project and contribute to teaching within the School for Policy Studies.
What will you be doing?
As well as working on your own PhD research project, the post holder will be expected to contribute to seminar teaching on at least one of these undergraduate units: Criminological Theory, Inequality, Harm and Public Policy and Critical Skills for Social Scientists. The GTA scholarship requires recipients to be involved in up to 250 hours of teaching and teaching-related activities each year, including facilitating seminars, seminar preparation, marking, and office hours. As part of this, postholders will be expected to undergo teacher training sessions through the CREATE scheme offered by the University’s Staff Development Unit.
You should apply if
Applicants for GTA funding should hold (or expect to hold) a first class/good upper second class BSc/BA and MSc/MA with distinction/merit (or equivalent qualifications) in the social sciences. Candidates are required to fulfil the conditions of admission to the Social Policy or Social Work Doctoral programmes which involve submission of a research proposal for a PhD project lying within the interests of the two supervisors (see: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/apply/). We invite proposals that provide a critical investigation of the relationship between gambling and harm, based upon qualitative work with gamblers. The project should involve exploration of how the lived experience of gambling relates to changes in gambling opportunities and platforms. We particularly invite applications from candidates with project applications that:
“For informal queries” contact/s details:
Professor Karen West (Deputy Head of School) Karen.email@example.com
Dr Joanna Large Jo.firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Sam Kirwan Samuel.email@example.com
PhD applications MUST be submitted no later than 23:59 on 14th August 2022.
We seek to attract, develop, and retain individuals from the widest possible talent pool and the broadest possible range of backgrounds. We are committed to building an inclusive working environment where all colleagues can thrive and reach their full potential. We particularly welcome applications from Black African, Black Caribbean and other minority ethnic groups, as they are currently under-represented across our university.
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