Teaching Fellow in Community Justice

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Portsmouth, Hampshire (GB)
£35,845 - £39,152 per annum
02 Oct 2020
End of advertisement period
25 Oct 2020
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Law
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences

Institute of Criminal Justice Studies

Teaching Fellow in Community Justice

Employment type:  Fixed-term contract for 12 months (or the earlier return of the substantive post holder) to cover a period of maternity leave
Employment basis:  Full-time
Salary:  £35,845 - £39,152 per annum 
Post number:  ZZ006394
Date published:  02 October 2020
Closing date:  25 October 2020
Interview date:  13 November 2020

The University of Portsmouth is a dynamic and ambitious institution with a track record of success. One of only four universities in the south east of England to achieve a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework and ranked 113th in the Times Higher Young University World Rankings.

The Institute of Criminal Justice Studies is the largest criminology department in the UK with an established presence in undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral education, complemented by a successful applied criminology research profile. Within the subject area, the Institute is currently ranked 5th place nationally in the Guardian 2020 Course Guide for Criminology and the University has been awarded Gold within the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). The University is aiming to be the top modern University and the Institute will make a significant contribution towards achieving this aim.

An established part of our innovative courses include providing the underpinning academic knowledge to Trainee Probation Officers throughout England & Wales via e-learning and associated masterclasses. We are seeking to recruit staff to join our vibrant School in the subject areas as set out below.

The post is based at the University of Portsmouth. However, given the currency Covid-19 situation formal working from home arrangements are temporarily in place. Any successful candidate would need to confirm that they can work from home and have a secure internet connection.

Please note that the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies is also advertising for a full-time Lecturer in Rehabilitation and Desistance Opportunity (fixed term), details of which can be found on the University of Portsmouth recruitment website.

If you wish to discuss this further, please contact Julian Parker-McLeod julian.parker-mcleod@port.ac.uk on Tel. 023 9284 3795

Please note that Non-EEA applicants can be considered for positions that have been advertised for less than 28 days unless they are currently living outside of the UK or a current Tier 2 visa holder in a different profession or at a different employer.  The post must meet the minimum skills and salary requirements as set out in the UKVI immigration rules.

It may be possible to apply for this role under the Secondment Policy . If you wish to apply as a secondee, you must have approval of your line manager in advance of submitting your application form. Please confirm in your application that your line manager has approved this.

As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons and all appointments will be made on merit. As we are committed to the principles of the Race Equality Charter Mark, we would particularly welcome applications from the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community who are currently under-represented at this level in this area.   

For detailed information about University of Portsmouth, please select this link: Working at Portsmouth

To find out more about the University of Portsmouth and this role, visit https://port.engageats.co.uk and apply on-line. 

It is the policy of the University to only accept applications submitted using the University’s application form.

All applications for this position will be processed and conducted in compliance with UK legislation relevant at that time.

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