Apply no later than : September 29, 2017
As part of its research commitment to the field of Criminology and with the support of the 'Special Research Fund' (Bijzonder Onderzoeksfonds, BOFZAP), established by the Flemish Government, the Faculty of Law of the Humanities and Social Sciences Group at KU Leuven announces an open position for a fulltime academic staff member within the Leuven Institute for Criminology (LINC).
The Leuven Institute of Criminology (LINC) is part of the Faculty of Law. Criminological research in Leuven draws upon an experience of more than 85 years scientific activity. At present, LINC consists of a group of more than 70 staff members, including professors and teaching and research assistants. The institute has an extensive national and international network, both in academia and in the fields of practice and policy development. LINC can build upon a solid research infrastructure, connections with European and other public bodies and non-profit organizations, a stable offer of highly talented PhD students, and a supportive work environment.
Eurogang - Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Policing
(2 year fixed term contract)
Location: Stratford Campus Salary: £38,455 to £50,423 per annum inclusive of London Weighting
Closing Date: Thursday 13 July 2017
Interview Date: To be confirmed
UEL’s ambition is to become London’s leading university for civic engagement. We are a vibrant and diverse university located in the heart of east London. Our new corporate plan sets an ambitious agenda for our future success and growth which focusses on the delivery of high quality teaching and learning and excellence in research.
The UEL student body is rich in its diversity; students are drawn from a wide range of backgrounds and age-groups, with a high proportion from low income groups. We look for outstanding teachers, who exude a love of teaching, who inspire students and colleagues through their approach to teaching, and who are strongly committed to raising levels of student achievement.
Criminology at the University of East London has a distinct and vibrant identity, with a commitment to critical, contemporary education from a cross-cultural and international perspective. It is a growing subject area with a cutting edge, collaborative and interactive research profile.
The successful candidate for this post will contribute to the development and teaching of Policing at the University of East London. You will contribute to the teaching activities of the Policing and Criminology team at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, assess students, supervise undergraduate and postgraduate research where appropriate, engage in curriculum and programme development, participate in research and scholarly activity and contribute to the administrative work of the School and University.
You will have a PhD (or be close to completion) in a Policing, Criminology or related subject, and have significant teaching and research expertise at UK HEI level.
Applicants with research expertise in any policing-related area will be considered, but those with a track record in one or more of the following areas are particularly encouraged to apply: cyber-crime, youth justice, organised crime, gang crime, terrorism and counterterrorism, race and ethnographic research.
To obtain further details about this vacancy please visit our website at http://jobs.uel.ac.uk/ (reference number 026A2017).
The closing date for applications is 13 July 2017.
Further details: Job Description & Person Specification