Teaching Fellow in Policing

Location
Portsmouth, Hampshire (GB)
Salary
£36,382 - £39,739 per annum  
Posted
20 Dec 2021
End of advertisement period
23 Jan 2022
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Law
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Teaching Fellow in Policing

Employment type:  Fixed-term (to 31 May 2024)
Employment basis:  Full-time
Salary:  £36,382 - £39,739 per annum  
Post number: ZZ007184
Date published: 20 December 2021
Closing date:  23 January 2022

Interview date:  04 February 2022

The University of Portsmouth is an 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 in the top 150 in the Times Higher Young University World Rankings.

The School 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. 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.

As part of a national consortium of Higher Education providers, we have secured the tender to provide a Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship, and a Degree Holder Entrant Programme, for newly recruited Police Constables in Sussex Police, Hampshire Constabulary and Surrey Police. These innovative courses will be run via e-learning with associated face-to-face masterclasses. This contract success has led to the need for additional academic staff capacity in a range of roles (as above) to deliver these important programmes.

All posts will be based at the University of Portsmouth. Travel to off-campus teaching locations will be required in all cases.

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.

This role requires access to police premises and engagement with police officers and staff. As such we will require the successful candidate to undertake the Non-Police Personnel Vetting (NPPV) process

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

Alternatively contact Claudia Cox on claudia.cox@port.ac.uk or on Tel. 023 9284 3944.

The University of Portsmouth believes this role may be eligible for sponsorship with UKVI under the Skilled Worker Route visa. Please familiarise yourself with the requirements set out before applying for this role. If you are unable to meet the requirements for sponsorship you will need to confirm details of an alternative visa to work in the UK when applying for this role.

We kindly ask that candidates do not send CVs or cover letters as these will not be considered.

To find out more about the University of Portsmouth and this role, click on apply 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.

advertisement
advertisement
advertisement
advertisement
advertisement
advertisement