|Salary:||£54,060 to £61,821 By annual incremental progression|
|Placed On:||2nd February 2023|
|Closes:||19th February 2023|
Further details: Job Description
The Faculty of Education and Society is home to the School of Education and the School of Social Sciences. Within the latter school sits the Crime, Policing and Investigations team. The team delivers a range of successful academic and practitioner-led programmes and we are proud to host a range of expert academic staff. Criminology, Policing and Investigations are priority growth areas for the team, and the School is home to the Centre for Applied Social Sciences and the DisCrim- Vulnerability and Criminal Justice Research Network.
We are seeking to appoint a forward thinking and driven individual to lead this team. You will provide leadership in the academic development of Criminology and Policing, engaging with all stakeholders including students, staff, advisory boards, and external partners. You'll oversee all of the academic activities within the team, ensuring that the highest standards are identified and achieved, and you'll be responsible for the effective deployment of staffing and non-staffing resources.
A Professorial appointment is available with this post for a candidate meeting the required criteria. For consideration of appointment to Professor you will have a proven research track-record in Social Sciences or a related discipline and evidence leading research within your domain.
For informal enquiries about this post, please contact Dr. Ben Middleton, Head of School of Social Sciences, on email@example.com.
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