Senior Lecturer in Policing

Canterbury, Kent (GB)
12 Jan 2021
End of advertisement period
18 Jan 2021
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Law
Contract Type
Part Time

Senior Lecturer in Policing

Job description


Part time 0.8 FTE until August 2021, opportunity to increase to 1.0FTE after August 2021

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Canterbury Christ Church University in the School of Law, Policing and Social Sciences. We are seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Policing as Programme Director for the PGR and PGT Policing Programmes at master's level, this will include teaching and assessing on the programmes.

They will report directly to the Director of Policing and work closely with the School’s Director of Research and Enterprise and the CCCU policing team. The post holder will contribute to the Schools research profile including Supervision at master's level. Their work will ensure that the policing provision at CCCU remains innovative and responsive to the needs of professional police services and in line with University quality procedures and external professional bodies such as the College of Policing.

The school is based at Canterbury and offers flexibility in working arrangements, particularly, given current circumstances. The University also requires all Senior Lecturers to hold Fellowship of the Higher Education Academic status but, recognising that applicants may come from a professional background, a commitment to gain this within 12 months of appointment will be acceptable.

Additional Information

Following the introduction of a number of measures at the University in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, this position will be recruited on a part-time, 0.8fte basis until August 2021, at which point it is anticipated the post-holder will be offered the opportunity to increase their working hours to full-time / 37 hours per week.  Salary for the first year will be on a pro-rata basis to a full-time equivalent of £40,322 - £49,553

How to apply 

Start date for applications:          25th November 2020

Closing date for applications:      18th January 2021

Interviews are to be held:            25th January 2021 

Please note applications must be made online via the University website; details sent directly via email cannot be considered.

Prior consideration will be given to applicants in the University’s redeployment pool. No agencies, thank you.

For more information about this role, please view the job description via the attachments link above.