|Salary:||£32,348 to £42,155 with potential progression once in post to £44,737 (Grade 7)|
|Placed On:||8th February 2023|
|Closes:||28th February 2023|
Hours: Part Time (22.5 hours)
Contract Type: Fixed Term contract up to 12 months or June 2024 whichever is shorter
We are seeking to appoint a 0.6 FTE Research Fellow to work on a funded project investigating the use of Pre-charge bail/Release Under Investigation in three police forces in England with Professor Anthea Hucklesby. The focus of the research is to understand how PCB/RUI are being used after a period of considerable change and constant, high-profile criticism and debate. The post will involve undertaking data collection (administrative data, surveys and interviews), data analysis (quantitative and qualitatitive), report writing and impact activities. It will be based at Birmingham Law School and will involve travel to research sites in the Midlands and North of England.
The responsibilities may include some but not all of the responsibilities outlined below.
We welcome applications from those with good research skills including the ability to use SPSS, good communication and organisational skills and the ability to work independently. A PhD (or near to completion) in the social sciences, law or other related discipline is required along with some research or work experience at an appropriate level. Knowledge of criminal justice and/or policing would be an advantage. The post holder will be required to undergo police security clearance procedures. Unless of a very minor nature, applicants with a criminal record, spent or otherwise, will be deemed unsuitable for the post.
Due to the nature of the project and funding for this role, the successful candidate should start on 01 April 2023, or as close to this date as their notice period permits.
Informal enquires to Anthea Hucklesby, A.Hucklesby@bham.ac.uk
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