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Lecturer in Policing

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Several opportunities have arisen for enthusiastic and suitably qualified candidates to join the Policing Team at UCLan, located within the School of Justice. Successful candidates could be responsible for the preparation and delivery of engaging, challenging and transformative teaching across the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered by the school; however we are initially seeking candidates to take teaching roles within UCLan’s delivery of the Police Education and Qualifications Framework (PEQF).
Our PEQF programmes are at the forefront of the developing portfolio of police education licensed by the College of Policing, and as a Lecturer you will be required to act as module leader for several modules, working in partnership with colleagues from other University’s or policing organisations, in the shared delivery of the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA) and Degree Holder Entry Programmes (DHEP) to new student Police Officers in North West Police Forces.
As this role will require access to police premises and is likely to require engagement with police officers and staff the successful candidate will need to undertake any applicable police vetting procedures, including but not limited to the Non-Police Personnel Vetting (NPPV) process, and appointment to the post is subject to successful completion of such processes.
You will be expected to promote the delivery of an excellent student experience and have the flexibility to deliver teaching at the UCLan main Preston Campus, the Burnley Campus, the University of Salford campus, and in other regional Police Constabularies, as required. You will be expected to be able to deliver teaching in any of those locations and online.
We require you to demonstrate teaching or training experience and relevant substantial professional policing experience or other relevant associated profession and/or a proven track record in policing related research.
You will need to be Educated to Honours degree level with a higher degree, normally at Doctoral level, in an appropriate or related discipline. Candidates with commensurate professional experience (e.g. recognised for leading innovations or transformations in local policing, serious, organised, and complex crime, digital/cyber-crime or terrorism) or on track to a doctoral qualification will be considered. An experience of teaching in a Higher Education environment will be an additional benefit as would a formal teaching qualification or registered Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. (Advance HE)
You will also evidence a flexible and innovative approach to teaching and learning and research with an ability to work on your own initiative as well as being part of team. You should also be IT literate with knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint and other packages.
The role will require the flexibility to work occasional evenings or weekends.
Applicants need to meet all essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview. This position is based in Salford.
Please apply online via www.uclan.ac.uk/jobs; if you cannot apply online, please contact People Team on 01772 892324 and quoting the reference number. CVs will not be considered unless accompanied by a completed application form.
School/Service: School of Justice
Grade: H (£38,592 – £44,737)
Hours: Full time (37 hours per week – 1.0 FTE)
Contract Type: Fixed term contract for 3 years
Closing Date: 28 August 2022
Interview Date: To be confirmed
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Deputy Director Diploma in Professional Legal Practice

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The University is seeking a Deputy Director: Diploma in Professional Legal Practice within the School of Law.
The School of Law plays an important part in the development of those planning to enter the legal profession in Scotland by offering a first class professional postgraduate qualification. Fully accredited by the Law Society of Scotland, the School of Law delivers the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice (DPLP), Trainee Continuing Professional Development (TCPD) and ongoing CPD to solicitors and advocates.
The Deputy Director of the DPLP will support the Director in leading the strategic design and development, delivery and sustainability of the DPLP within the School of Law, in order to provide postgraduate professional training to those entering the legal profession for the first time as well as further training for qualified professionals
This post is a full time (35 hrs per week), open ended position.
For further information on the College of Social Sciences, School of Law, please visit https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/law/.
Apply online at https://my.corehr.com/pls/uogrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=094249       
It is the University of Glasgow’s mission to foster an inclusive climate, which ensures equality in our working, learning, research and teaching environment.
We strongly endorse the principles of Athena SWAN, including a supportive and flexible working environment, with commitment from all levels of the organisation in promoting gender equality.
The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401.
Closing date: 08 September 2022

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Policing

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JOIN OUR NEWLY CREATED SCIENCE SCHOOL
We’re expanding and delighted to announce that we’re recruiting for a number roles to support this exciting period of growth.
The University of Law is one of the UK’s longest-established specialist providers of legal education. With an alumni network of more than 71,000, we’ve trained more practising lawyers in the UK than anyone else. Over the past 5 years our University has doubled student enrolments and continues to grow. Whilst our legacy and identity as a specialist legal education provider has been central to who we are, we have expanded our portfolio into new applied and professionally accredited disciplines, including social science and sciences.
What You’ll Be Doing as a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Policing:
Reporting into our Head of Policing and Criminology, our Lecturer in Policing will make a significant contribution to the delivery of our undergraduate BSc Professional Policing degree, and postgraduate Policing programmes. You will be delivering on modules linked to Core Principles of Evidence Based Policing, Information & Intelligence, Drugs in the Criminal Justice System, police and law enforcement investigations, including on the topics of: Management of Investigations, Use of Intelligence in Investigations, Digital Policing and Disclosure, Terrorism and Counter terrorism.
The role will be based at our London Bloomsbury Campus.
How you will add value to the role:
Manage effective design and review of inclusive learning, maintaining quality standards and regulations in curricular design.
Identify the need for developing the content, structure and assessments within modules and programmes with colleagues and make proposals on how this should be achieved.
Supervise and mentor colleagues with less experience and share knowledge with others.
Deliver excellent teaching and support for learning, including communication with other academics for the continuous improvement of teaching and student support.
Experiences that you can bring to the team:
First degree or equivalent in a relevant subject
Teaching qualification or working towards. Please note that if you do not currently have/are not undertaking a PgCHE or an equivalent qualification, it is a requirement of the University that you will enrol into the programme (delivered and financially supported by the University), usually within 12 months of passing probation. 
Specialist knowledge in the Policing discipline to develop teaching programmes and learning support. 
 Great Benefits that we’re offering you:
35 days annual leave allowance.
Private medical scheme.
Excellent contributory pension scheme.
Life assurance.
Professional Development. Training and qualifications.
Travel loans
We are committed to ensuring our workforce is reflective of our diverse student population, striving to increase the representation of age, disability, gender identity and expression, religion, race, sex, sexual orientation, and socio-economic background of our employees.
We’re also committed to providing adjustments to those who may require support with the recruitment process – please contact the ULaw Talent Acquisition Team via [email protected]
Should you wish to discuss details of the role please contact John Kerr on [email protected]

Lecturers in Law

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Location:  Canterbury
Closing Date:  Wednesday 14 September 2022  (unless otherwise stated)
**Full time or part-time, available for an immediate start**
Kent Law School (University of Kent) is looking to recruit a number of full-time or part-time lecturers to provide in person teaching at our Canterbury campus.  The roles are offered on a fixed term basis, initially for 12 months. We will flexibly support the successful candidates to meet other commitments (if part-time) or to develop their academic skills and experience (if seeking a full-time role).
With a passion and enthusiasm for teaching law at higher education level, responsibilities will include teaching in at least two core areas of the KLS undergraduate curriculum:
EU law
Criminal law
Public law
Critical approaches to Law
Contract law
Tort law
Property/Land law
Kent Law School is renowned for high-quality teaching, careful attention to student success and a unique critical approach to the teaching of law. 
For full details please see the Job Description attached below.
All applications will be reviewed and acted upon as they are received in order to appoint as swiftly as possible.  This advert will close on Wednesday 14th September, or earlier if suitable applications are received prior to this date.  Please note, all applicants must be based in the UK, and hold current right to work in the UK.
To apply, please submit your CV and a cover letter explaining how you meet the selection criteria to Professor Rosemary Hunter – [email protected] 
Further details:  Please contact us should you have any questions regarding this matter.

Lecturer in Sport Business & Sports Law

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Do you want to be part of a truly unique approach to higher education, one that puts students at the heart of everything we do enabling them to have the best possible chance of a successful career in the football and sports industry?
About Us
University Campus of Football Business (UCFB) is a world first in sports education.  Delivering university degrees in the football and sports industry, our inspirational campuses in London and Manchester have the iconic Wembley Stadium and the Etihad Stadium at their heart. Proudly the fastest-growing higher education institution in the UK since launching in 2011, we continue to lead the field in producing the next generation of graduates to work in the global football and sports sector.
UCFB also counts a number of elite organisations among its partners, including The Football Association, Kick It Out, the League Managers Association, the National League and the Rugby Football League.
This role will be based at our UCFB Wembley campus, which is situated inside and around the immediate vicinity of the iconic Wembley Stadium, London including teaching facilities that overlook the famous turf, providing not only students but also our staff with a truly unique inspiring and iconic working environment.
The Opportunity
The postholder will have the opportunity to teach on a programme of study and to maintain teaching and learning standards to deliver an excellent student experience.
KEY TASKS:
To teach on designated modules and programme of study as the Head/ Assistant Head of Academics may specify
Maintain academic standards and adhere to the programme and module specifications
Design and deliver teaching materials at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including contributing to the curriculum review and enhancement, in a manner that supports and focuses on student learning outcomes
Undertake student assessments and examination activities including the provision of appropriate feedback to students
Engage in continuous professional development
To participate in the department seminars aimed at knowledge sharing and building interdisciplinary collaboration within and outside the department
Be responsible for the pastoral care of students within a specified area
Achieve key academic performance indicators, attendance, retention and achievement
Report to the programme leader on programme performance and progress
Maintain high levels of student satisfaction rates
What we offer in return
In return not only will you have the opportunity to make life-transforming, career making education, but we offer a whole range of financial and non-financial benefits too:
Financial rewards:
Enhanced occupational sick pay
Life assurance
Pension
Free eye tests and VDU glasses
Flexible benefits package with Perkbox (some of which includes health cash plan, Dencover, half price cinema tickets, discounted private health insurance, discounted gym membership, hundreds of high street discounts and much more)
Family friendly benefits:
Enhanced occupational maternity/paternity pay
Compassionate leave/time off for dependants
Wellbeing benefits:
Competitive holiday entitlement
Christmas closure
Day off for your birthday
24/7 employee support hub (via Perkbox)
Flexible working
Continuing professional development
Ride to Work Scheme
Social benefits:
Annual family barbeque
Staff led events committee
End of year review day and awards dinner
Back to work conference
Additional Information
Working hours: Working hours normally 8.30 am – 5pm but may involve additional and unsocial working hours depending on the nature of the event and occasional travel between campus.
Please note that if you do not have permission to work in the UK, UCFB will not be able to obtain a Certificate of Sponsorship for you to take up this position.  All non EU/EAA candidates must have valid immigration status and/or a UK visa valid for the duration of the contract in order to be considered for this role.

Postdoctoral Researcher/Research Assistant (FT/PT) 2 posts

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Founded in 1894, City, University of London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location.
City attracts around 20,000 students (over 40% at postgraduate level), from more than 150 countries and staff from over 75 countries.
In the last decade City has almost tripled the proportion of its total academic staff producing world-leading or internationally excellent research. During this period City has made significant investments in its academic staff, its estate and its infrastructure and continues to work towards realising its vision of being a leading global university.
Background
The School of Arts & Social Sciences will be embarking on an exciting period of change for the new academic year, creating the School of Communication and Creativity, together with a new School of Policy and Global Affairs comprising of Economics, International Politics and Sociology & Criminology.
The Department of Sociology & Criminology is a dynamic and thriving centre for sociological research and education. It combines theoretical creativity, substantive empirical research and a tradition of engagement with public policy around important social issues. Our students receive a top-class education that is consistently informed by cutting-edge research and delivered by internationally recognised leaders in their fields. Our range of courses involve a mixture of hands-on and theoretical learning through which students develop the sociological imagination, knowledge and research skills to engage with the key challenges and debates that are shaping policy formation, professional practice and social life in a rapidly changing world. Our central London location gives students direct access to the learning and cultural resources of a global city.
Responsibilities
Operation Soteria – Bluestone is a ground-breaking Home Office funded police-academic collaborative project aimed at transforming police investigations of rape. The project is led by the National Police Chiefs Council, involves five ‘core’ and fourteen ‘expansion’ forces.
These roles are for postdoctoral researchers or research assistants to support to the project “Operation Soteria – Bluestone” working directly with Dr Katrin Hohl and Prof Betsy Stanko OBE, the joint academic leads of the project.
Person Specification
Depending on experience/qualification the posts can be appointed as postdoctoral research posts or research assistant posts.
Funding is available for up to two full-time roles. Part-time is therefore available by agreement, please state on your application whether you are applying for a full or part-time post.
Please see the Job description for full details of the role/s available.
Additional Information
City offers a sector-leading salary, pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.
The role is available from Click here to enter a date. or earlier by negotiation.
Closing date: 31st August 2022 at 11:59pm.
Interviews are scheduled for 15th September 2022
To apply and for more information about the post please use the links below.
City, University of London is committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in all its activities, processes, and culture, for our whole community, including staff, students and visitors.
We welcome applications regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or social class. For more information on our approaches to encouraging an inclusive environment, please see our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Pages.Academic excellence for business and the professions.

Associate Professor In Law

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The University of Reading School of Law wishes to appoint an outstanding Associate Professor in Law to further enhance our academic faculty. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic community with a global outlook and a focus on academic excellence (in the latest REF we doubled our percentage of 4* outputs and 99% of our research was judged to be world leading, internationally excellent or internationally recognised). We are seeking to appoint a candidate of internationally recognised research excellence who can provide research leadership and also contribute to teaching, administration and global engagement.
The School welcomes applicants with an excellent record of research in Law (broadly defined). However, we particularly welcome applicants able and willing to teach Family Law, International Children’s Rights, Law and Technology and/or Commercial Law.
The University is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce.
It is anticipated that interviews will be held on 30 September 2022.
Closing date: 12th September 2022.
Informal Contact DetailsContact role: Head of SchoolContact name: Professor James DevenneyContact phone: 0118 3787500Contact email: [email protected]
Alternative Informal Contact DetailsContact role: Deputy HeadContact name: Professor Jo PhoenixContact phone: 0118 378 4424Contact email: [email protected]
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Applications from job seekers who require sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. By reference to the applicable SOC code for this role, sponsorship may be possible under the Skilled Worker Route. Applicants should ensure that they are able to meet the points requirement under the PBS. There is further information about this on the UK Visas and Immigration Website.
The University is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce, supports the gender equality Athena SWAN Charter and the Race Equality Charter, and is a Diversity Champion for Stonewall, the leading LGBT+ rights organisation. Applications for job-share, part-time and flexible working arrangements are welcomed and will be considered in line with business needs.

Legal Counsel

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We have new opportunities for junior to mid-level lawyers to join our Legal and Governance team and contribute to supporting ground-breaking science at the Wellcome Genome Campus.
If you are a qualified lawyer, this could be the role for you. 
We have adopted a flexible hybrid model to enable a balance of remote and office working, and in addition we welcome applications for full time, part time, or flexible working. 
About the role: 
To draft, negotiate and provide legal advice on a wide range of agreements in compliance with our internal policies and third party obligations, including research collaboration agreements, material transfer agreements, NDAs, data sharing agreements, etc.
To provide legal support as needed to other functional teams within our organisation (e.g. Finance, IT, Procurement, Facilities Management).
To work with colleagues to provide appropriate frameworks to improve and standardise contractual processes and documentation, including proactively identifying and addressing opportunities for such improvements and standardisation.
Keep abreast of legal developments and sharing relevant insights with colleagues in the Legal team.

Essential Skills
Qualified as a UK solicitor or barrister (or equivalent in other jurisdictions)
Enthusiasm for the GRL’s charitable mission in scientific research
Prior experience of applying legal expertise to a wide range of business and legal problems in a complex and dynamic setting
Experience in using creative ways to resolve issues around intellectual property, liability, warranties, indemnities, confidentiality etc.
Commercially and financially aware
Demonstrable ability to give advice that strikes an appropriate balance between risk and benefit and takes account of legal and commercial considerations
Strong communicator with a track record of advising and influencing coupled with the ability to analyse and respond to a diverse range of situations
Demonstrable ability to present ideas articulately and to effectively convey legal concepts to non-lawyers
Ability to work well with a wide range of people (from scientists and academics to finance and operational professionals)
Strategic thinker who can take a considered view of risk and the broader implications of given approaches and courses of actions
“Can-do” attitude focused on looking for solutions
Positive, open-minded with a flexible approach
Ideal Skills
Good understanding of charity sector
Exposure to scientific research or pharma/biotech environment
Experience of data protection
Other information
Our hybrid working environment means you can focus on being productive and part of the team while enjoying the benefits of the Genome Campus when you are on site.
You can also find out more about our inspiring campus here.
Application Process:
Please include a CV and covering letter with your application describing how you meet the essential criteria for the role.
This is a rolling advert, we will consider applications and hold interviews on an ongoing basis and the role will close when a successful appointment has been made. 
About Us
The Wellcome Sanger Institute is a world leading genomics research centre. Our findings are used to improve health and to understand life on Earth.
Our benefits:
There’s an attractive benefits package on offer at the Wellcome Genome Campus. We appreciate the importance of achieving work-life balance and support this with a number of family and carer-friendly policies. Plus a flexible working policy for those who may wish to amend their working pattern or arrangement.As well as the usual benefits you would expect, we go much further:
25 days annual leave (extra 1 day to a maximum of 30 days for every year you work)
Auto-enrolment into a generous Group Defined Contribution Pension Scheme, with enhanced company contribution (for more information, see our Pensions page)
Up to 2 days annual paid volunteering leave
Up to 10 days paid Emergency Carers Leave per year
Family friendly environment including options for flexible and part-time working, an on-site Workplace Nursery salary Sacrifice Schemes for pre-school children and Summer holiday club
Life Assurance is accessible on day 1 for all 
Group Income Protection Scheme (if on a contract exceeding 12 months)
Enhanced maternity, parental and adoption leave
Access to substantial number of courses and training events onsite
Private Healthcare Scheme 
Eyecare and Dental payment plans
Concessions and discounts from our corporate perks site
Being part of the Wellcome Genome Campus you will be part of the beautiful working environment with an impressive range of benefits, services and facilities also including:
Free bus service to and from Campus, covering various routes around Cambridge, Saffron Walden and surrounding villages
A car-share initiative
Free parking
A number of on-site venues where you can meet, eat and socialise with colleagues
A thriving Sports and Social Club which provides members with subsidised access to a gym, tennis courts, sports hall, fitness classes and a vibrant social calendar of events
In 2020 we were awarded an Athena SWAN Silver Award. We will consider all individuals without discrimination and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees, where everyone can thrive.

Lecturer in Commercial Law

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Company description:We are a world class research-intensive university. We deliver teaching and learning of the highest quality. We play a leading role in economic, social and cultural development of the North East of England. Attracting and retaining high-calibre people is fundamental to our continued success.Job description:The RoleNewcastle Law School seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Commercial Law to join our forward thinking, inclusive Russell Group Law School that seeks to embed its values in all that it does: Challenge; Social Justice; Compassion; Wellbeing; Excellence; Responsibility; and Respect. Are you a passionate researcher in an aspect of commercial law or international commercial law, who looks for opportunities to collaborate across legal fields and disciplines? Does your research form a critical connection with your teaching and could you see yourself undertaking socially relevant and important research that addresses current and future problems? We are looking for someone who can complement our existing critical mass of commercial and business law academics and who can enhance the thematic areas of interest of the Business Law and Governance research group and/or the Law and Futures research group based within the Law School. Research interests should fall within the broad commercial law space, but research that intersects with topics such as blockchain technologies and smart contracts, intellectual property, data and privacy, or e-commerce would also be welcome. The ability to support our undergraduate Contract Law teaching team would be desirable. Newcastle Law School is a globally connected, locally rooted and compassionate community. We embrace diversity and advance social justice by addressing contemporary and future challenges through our research, our scholarship, our engagement with partners, and as a lasting impact of our legal education. It is based in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, a city with a wide variety of cultural, social and leisure offerings, with outstanding schools and close proximity to beautiful nature and heritage sites. We want to appoint someone who shares our values, and who will work with us to realise them across all our areas of activity. We are particularly interested in the strengths and lived experiences of researchers from different ethnic groups and cultures to broaden the diversity of Newcastle Law School, as we strive to avoid perpetuating biases and oversights in legal research and legal education. If you see yourself in the above description then please get in touch and consider applying. If you would like to have a confidential discussion about this role please contact Dr Jonathan Galloway, Head of Newcastle Law School at [email protected] are expected to be held during week commencing 3 October 2022The University has developed an Academic Job Summary Guidance document which summarises the range of activities that academic staff may be expected to perform.

Doctoral Researchers (f/m/div)

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The Department of Public Law at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law in Freiburg im Breisgau / Germany (Director: Professor Ralf Poscher) is seeking to recruit several
Doctoral Researchers (f/m/div)
at the earliest possible starting date.
Background
The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law is part of the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science – one of the world’s most distinguished research organizations. The high level of its fundamental research is reflected not least in the 29 Nobel Prizes awarded to Max Planck scientists since the society was founded in 1948. The institute was established in 2019 as the successor institute to the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law and aims to become a leading European research center.
The research conducted in our three departments (Criminal Law, Criminology, and Public Law) is comparative, international, and interdisciplinary. The Department of Public Law’s research agenda addresses the preventive aspects of security-related matters. Besides theoretical and fundamental doctrinal questions, which are frequently of heightened relevance in security law, our research analyzes contemporary legal, technical, and social developments — inter­nationalization, digitization, and fragmentation — along with associated normative challenges of danger prevention regarding funda­­mental rights protection, the rule of law, and democratic principles.
The institute, with its approximately 145 employees, is located in Freiburg im Breisgau, a dynamic university city with a 900 year history. The city in the trinational border region (Germany, Switzerland, and France) impresses newcomers with its high quality of life and international flair. Freiburg ranks third on Lonely Planet’s “Best in Travel 2022” list of the top ten city destinations in the world.

Your profile

The prerequisite for the position is a J.D., LL.M., or M.A. in law, the social sciences, or the humanities with top results. You should possess excellent academic research and scientific writing skills, proven in graded term or final papers (to be enclosed with the application). The ideal candidates should have research interests in the areas of public security law, fundamental aspects of public law, or legal philosophy and legal theory. Applicants are asked to attach a – non-binding – description of their research interests or a concrete research proposal (maximum three pages) indicating how it fits the research agenda of the department.

Our offer

Our institute offers unrivaled conditions for your research endeavors: access to an outstanding, specialized library (with approximately 500,000 volumes and 1,100 print journals) as well as access to a comprehensive range of German and foreign case law and literature databases, excellent workplaces, and comprehensive administrative and academic support. Collaboration with other doctoral and postdoctoral researchers and international partners at the institute is a key element of our work. Additionally, there are many opportunities for our researchers to participate in workshops, attend seminars and conferences with world-renowned experts at both the institute and as part of the Max Planck Law network – a framework of Max Planck Institutes engaged in advanced legal research. You can develop your own projects and launch your own research initiatives. All researchers at the institute are given ample time to pursue their research, publish their own work, and to advance their academic careers. The position does not include teaching obligations; however, we will support you in gaining teaching experience.
The doctoral positions are full-time (currently 39 hours/week). Remuneration and social benefits are based on the German Civil Service Collective Agreement (TVöD Bund), 65% of pay category 13, grade 1 or 2 (depending on previous experience and type of qualifications demonstrated) (https://oeffentlicher-dienst.info/tvoed/bund/). The salary includes all mandatory social insurance contributions for health care, long-term care, unemployment, and retirement.
The initial contract is a fixed-term appointment for three years. It can be extended for a maximum of one year. The place of employment is Freiburg im Breisgau. The Max Planck Society is committed to ensuring the compatibility of family and career. There are a limited number of daycare spots at a nearby childcare facility. Generous opportunities for personal and career development are provided.
The Max Planck Society is an equal opportunity employer and supports diversity in the workplace. Applications from disabled persons are welcome. We also aim to increase the percentage of female staff members in fields where they are underrepresented and therefore expressly encourage women to apply. Applications are also particularly welcome from persons with backgrounds that have so far been underrepresented in science and research with regard to gender, age, professional and cultural background, family situation, sexual orientation, and nationality.

Your application and further information

Your application should be written in either English or German and contain the following documents:
cover letter;
description of your research interest or research proposal (max. three pages);
copy of your best term or final paper;
detailed CV;
transcripts of your academic achievements at university and, where applicable, work certificates.
Please submit your application via our online application portal by the closing date of 30 September 2022.
Questions may be directed to Dr. Annika Hampel, Recruitment Officer, (e-mail: a.h[email protected]csl.mpg.de; phone: +49 761 7081-251).
For information about our institute, please visit our website at: https://csl.mpg.de/en.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Criminology

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About the Job
Part Time: 0.5 FTE 
Fixed term for 24 months or upon the return of the post holder, whichever is sooner
Interview Date: 30 September 2022
The successful candidate will bring their teaching and research experience in the area of History of Crime and Criminology and be confident in exploring relevant philosophical perspectives. They should be able to contribute to our undergraduate and planned postgraduate offers. Teaching responsibilities will include core Criminology modules as well as providing opportunities to develop specialist areas in the curriculum. It is essential to have some experience of teaching in the HE sector. A PhD in Criminology or relevant cognate discipline, or near completion is desirable, as is an ongoing commitment to high quality research.
The successful candidate will;
Carry out teaching support activities, including marking, preparation, course monitoring, tutorial and dissertation supervision, course administration, curriculum development, module leadership.
Develop and maintain good relationships with practitioners and others, staff within the Criminology Subject Group and throughout the University.
Maintain and develop academic, professional, research and teaching skills by undertaking appropriate professional updating and staff development to support high quality teaching, curriculum development and research.
Engage in scholarly activity and be committed to the development of a research and publication profile and to agree appropriate research and enterprise objectives in order to contribute to the research and enterprise aims of the Faculty.
Promote the Criminology Subject Group portfolio within the University and externally; support related marketing and public relations activities.
About You 
Demonstrates comprehensive understanding on historical aspects on crime and justice. 
Experience, knowledge and skills around philosophical perspectives on criminology.
Recent course or placement delivery experience within criminology or other social science education.
An understanding of and experience in criminological research with commitment to undertaking research.
Qualifications 
Essential;
Degree qualification or equivalent in relevant subject.
Master’s degree in relevant subject.
Professional Recognition as HEA Fellow (D2) or teaching qualification recognised by HESA, or willingness to obtain within an agreed timescale.
Desirable;
Doctorate in relevant subject, completed or within 12 months of completion.
Knowledge of historical perspectives on crime and punishment.

Right to Work
All candidates will be asked to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK at interview.
Equality
The University of Northampton is committed to providing a vibrant, ethical and sustainable work, study and living environment that values equality, diversity and inclusion.
This commitment, along with our legal and moral obligations, provides an inclusive environment for staff, students and the public who may be affected by our activities.
Together @ UON confirms our commitment to equality and inclusion, underpinned by our belief in taking action. We are dedicated to creating an environment that celebrates equality and harnesses the power of diversity.
Together @ UON demonstrates our pledge to our staff, students and partners to nurture and develop an environment where equality and inclusion can thrive whilst we Transform Lives and Inspire Change.
To find out more, please visit: https://www.northampton.ac.uk/about-us/governance-and-management/management/equality-and-diversity/ 

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Criminology

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About the Job
Interview Date: 30 September 2022
The successful candidate will bring their teaching and research experience in quantitative criminological research methods, crime data analysis and the statistical interpretation of crime rates and patterns. They should be able to contribute to our undergraduate and planned postgraduate offers. Teaching responsibilities will include core Criminology modules as well as providing opportunities to develop specialist areas in the curriculum. It is essential to have some experience of teaching in the HE sector. A PhD in Criminology or relevant cognate discipline, or near completion is essential, as is an ongoing commitment to high quality research. 
The successful candidate will;
Carry out teaching support activities, including marking, preparation, course monitoring, placement visits, tutorial and dissertation supervision, course administration, curriculum development, cohort leadership.
Engage in scholarly activity and be committed to the development of a research and publication profile and to agree appropriate research and enterprise objectives in order to contribute to the research and enterprise aims of the Faculty.
Promote the Criminology Subject Group portfolio within the University and externally; support related marketing and public relations activities.
Undertake teaching duties on relevant courses across the Faculty, as appropriate. This will include supporting inter-professional learning activities.
Play a (significant – for Senior Lecturer) role in enhancing the quality and supporting the growth of the Subject Group and contribute to the achievement of the Faculty objectives.
About You 
Demonstrates comprehensive understanding of research concepts in Criminology including data analysis.
Experience, knowledge and skills in quantitative criminological methodologies.
Recent course or placement delivery experience within Criminology or other social science education.
An understanding of and experience in quantitative criminological research methods with a commitment to undertaking research.
Qualifications 
Essential;
Degree qualification or equivalent in relevant subject.
Doctorate in relevant subject, completed or within 12 months of completion.
Knowledge of crime data analysis and quantitative research.
Professional Recognition as HEA Fellow (D2) or teaching qualification recognised by HESA, or willingness to obtain within an agreed timescale.
Desirable;
Master’s degree in relevant subject.

Right to Work
All candidates will be asked to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK at interview.
Equality
The University of Northampton is committed to providing a vibrant, ethical and sustainable work, study and living environment that values equality, diversity and inclusion.
This commitment, along with our legal and moral obligations, provides an inclusive environment for staff, students and the public who may be affected by our activities.
Together @ UON confirms our commitment to equality and inclusion, underpinned by our belief in taking action. We are dedicated to creating an environment that celebrates equality and harnesses the power of diversity.
Together @ UON demonstrates our pledge to our staff, students and partners to nurture and develop an environment where equality and inclusion can thrive whilst we Transform Lives and Inspire Change.
To find out more, please visit: https://www.northampton.ac.uk/about-us/governance-and-management/management/equality-and-diversity/ 

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