Lecturer in Criminology

London, United Kingdom
£33,199 to £38,460 plus £3640 London weighting per annum
02 May 2019
End of advertisement period
02 Jun 2019
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Law
Contract Type
Fixed Term, Maternity Cover
Full Time

School of Law

Location:  Greenwich
Salary:  £33,199 to £38,460 plus £3640 London weighting per annum
Contract Type:  Fixed Term - Maternity cover 05/08/2019 to 31/07/2020
Closing Date:  Sunday 02 June 2019
Interview Date:  To be confirmed    

The School of Law and Criminology is situated in the historic world heritage site of the Old Royal Naval College. It is home to over 650 students, studying on the BA in Criminology and Criminal Justice, the BSc Criminology and Criminal Psychology, and other Law and Criminology courses. The School places the student experience at the heart of its approach to teaching and pastoral care, and consistently scores extremely well in external student satisfaction surveys.

This vacancy offers an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed academic to complement our existing team by making an outstanding contribution to the teaching and research at the School of Law and Criminology in the University of Greenwich. 

You will work closely with the dedicated Criminology team to help to continue the School of Law and Criminology’s progress as a centre of teaching and research excellence. The successful candidate will be expected to deliver innovative teaching in the area of forensic psychology, including the psychology of terrorism (Level 6), mental health and crime (Level 5), and quantitative research methods (Levels 5 & 7).

You must be able to demonstrate a strong teaching profile, and a proven commitment to the student experience, including enhancing their employability opportunities. A PhD (or near completion) is essential, as is energy, enthusiasm and a commitment to play a full and active role in the life of the School of Law and Criminology

For an informal discussion, please contact the Head of School of Law and Criminology, Professor Darrick Jolliffe (, 0208 331 9759).