Lecturer in Social Justice
The School of Education, Communication and Society (ECS) is seeking to recruit an outstanding scholar with expertise in sociology, social policy or a closely allied field to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and to conduct high quality research.
The successful candidate will have a strong interest in social justice and applied social science and the expertise needed to make a broad contribution to teaching and module leadership on the BA Social Sciences and Master’s programmes. They will have a track record of producing high quality research publications, proven teaching ability and an interest in enquiry-based, participatory and/or critical pedagogies and communication across disciplines. Interests in social theory, media and society, gender, sexuality, race, global justice, disability studies and/or childhood and youth would also be an advantage.
To be appointed at grade 7 there is an expectation that candidates will be able to evidence the majority of the following:
- A completed teaching qualification equivalent to a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice
- Having passed probation at a higher education institution on an academic contract
- A consistent track record of high quality publications over at least a three-year period
- Having undertaken a significant administrative role
We particularly welcome candidates from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds to reflect the community we serve.
This post will be offered on an indefinite contract.
This is a full-time post - 100% full time equivalent.
The selection process will include a panel interview and a presentation.
The interviews are scheduled to take place on 16 April 2020.