Senior Lecturer in Criminology
The School of Law is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Criminology. This post is open to applicants from all areas of criminology and/or criminal justice, but we are especially keen to attract excellent applicants in one or more of the following areas: Crime and Technology; Green Criminology. Criminology has a long and rich tradition at Sheffield, with a Centre for Criminological Research (CCR) which includes staff and PGR members from a range of disciplines across the University. Information on the School and the CCR’s ongoing work can be found here.
You will carry out high quality research, deliver research-led teaching at UG and PG level, and supervise UG/PG dissertations and PhD theses in your area of expertise. You will complement and extend the current and future strengths of the School and you will have an international research profile and a track record of high quality teaching. You will also have experience in academic leadership and management, and a commitment to collegiality, inclusivity and the development of early career researchers. You will be capable of contributing to the School’s presence across the Faculty and University, and through outreach and knowledge exchange activities in the local community and beyond.
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