|Salary:||£35,333 to £42,155 per annum|
|Placed On:||27th September 2022|
|Closes:||17th October 2022|
We are a research-informed teaching University of distinction, our policy is to combine these elements and continue to expand the University’s academic profile. It is in this context that we are recruiting scholars who will join with us in our pursuit of excellence.
Our new appointees will work with others to take law forward as part of the long-term development of the School of Law. We seek applications from those with ambition and drive. Candidates must have a desire to be part of an ambitious, dedicated, and forward-thinking team. For the successful candidates, Liverpool Hope University can offer an enriching, supportive and unique environment in which to work. This is a great opportunity for candidates who not only want to develop their own career, but also contribute to the strategic development the School of Law, the University and the career aspirations and life chances of future generations of students. The School of Law will provide a research and practice-informed curriculum and a student experience that seeks to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, capabilities, and capacities that will be essential for careers in the legal profession and beyond.
Having recently revalidated our undergraduate provision, and as a result of rising student numbers, we are keen to receive applications for the post of Lecturer in Criminology from highly motivated and ambitious candidates seeking a new opportunity in one of the fastest growing criminology teams in the UK.
While we welcome interest from those working in any area of criminology, we are particularly keen to receive applications from those working in green or environmental criminology, race and crime, or cybercrime, and those whose work makes use of advanced quantitative methods. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to new and existing provision within the School, to support future curriculum developments, and to engage with the research profile of the criminology team.
The University is rapidly developing its research profile and has an ambitious agenda for the future. All new academic staff appointed to the University as Lecturers must either already be research active at 3* or above or have the proven capacity, willingness and ability to become research active at this level for the next REF. The University has various support mechanisms in place to help scholars who are ambitious in developing this strong research profile.
The post is permanent, subject to the normal probationary period of twelve months.
We recruit staff nationally and internationally as we seek out the best to help build Hope for the future. If you join us you will be doing so that an exciting and challenging time as we work to build a liberal arts inspired university of distinction in the UK. If you have the drive and commitment to assist in this task, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Successful candidates are required to have a PhD in a relevant subject discipline.
Please click the apply on links provided in the role specification box for a comprehensive recruitment pack and details on how to apply.
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