Archived Vacancies

Closing date for all applications: 15 June 2007.

The Scottish Institute for Policing Research is pleased to announce six new lectureships in policing-related fields. Each is for a minimum of four years.

The positions are based at:

UNIVERSITY OF ABERTAY
BELL COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE
GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY
ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE

 

UNIVERSITY OF ABERTAY

As a Lecturer in Psychology in the School of Social and Health Sciences, the successful candidate will be research active in an area of psychology that fits with the aims of SIPR and complements the existing research strengths within the school. He/she will teach at undergraduate level on BPS accredited degree courses and contribute to the development and delivery of postgraduate and CPD courses.
Salary £26,666 - £39,160

Application packs are available from Human Resources, University of Abertay Dundee, Dundee DD1 1HG
(Telephone:01382 308030; e-mail: hr@abertay.ac.uk or visit the website (www.abertay.ac.uk)

Job reference code: SHS/07/05.

Informal enquiries should be directed to Dr. Patrick Cronin (tel: 01382 308592; e-mail: p.cronin@abertay.ac.uk).


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BELL COLLEGE

As a Lecturer in Police Studies, the successful candidate will be involved in the development and teaching of a new postgraduate programme in policing and in contributing to the research agenda of SIPR.

Salary: £30,913 - £39,160

Application packs are available from Human Resources on 01698 894410 or e-mail (employmenty@bell.ac.uk)

Informal enquiries should be directed to Kenneth Scott, Head of School of Social Studies, at 01698 283100 ext. 8209

(e-mail k.scott@bell.ac.uk)


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UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE

As a Lecturer in Child Care and Protection with specialist knowledge of policing, the successful candidate will work across the School of Education, Social Work and Community Education and wider University network to develop a portfolio of teaching and research on policing and vulnerable children.The aim will be to equip police with the knowledge, skills and research evidence required to ensure that children and young people are kept safe at home and in the community.

Salary £29,138 - £33,799

Further details and an application pack are available from: www.jobs.dundee.ac.uk. Or contact Personnel Services, University of Dundee, Dundee, DD1 4HN, tel: (01382) 384817 (answering machine).

Please quote Reference number: ASS/1769/GU.

Informal enquiries should be directed to Professor Brigid Daniel ( b.m.daniel@dundee.ac.uk) or Professor Elizabeth Leo, Dean and Head of School( e.leo@dundee.ac.uk).


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GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY

As a Research Lecturer in Policing in the School of Law and Social Sciences, the successful candidate will have a postgraduate qualification and experience of research in an academic area related to policing.They will be expected to carry out and attract funding for research of relevance to the work of SIPR, and to contribute to the delivery of the BA Criminology degree.

Salary £26,595 - £38,449

Further details are available from Aidan O’Donnell, Head of Law Division ( A.ODonnell@gcal.ac.uk ).

Post No: P17067


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ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY

As a Lecturer in the Department of Business and Management in the Aberdeen Business School the successful candidate will contribute to the research activities of SIPR and to the development and delivery of research, teaching, course development and consultancy in the field of leadership and management.

Salary £26,332 - £38,068

Further details are available from Professor Norman Bonney (n.bonney@rgu.ac.uk); tel 01224 263426).

Further information on the post and on application procedures is available at www.rgu.ac.uk/jobs .

Job reference code A15850


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UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE

As a Lecturer in Forensic Science within the University’s Centre for Forensic Science, the successful candidate will be educated to PhD level and have expertise in an area that complements the current profile of the Centre which includes toxicology, drug analysis, and environmental analysis.

Salary £25,889 - £40,335

For further details contact Professor Jim Fraser, 0141 548 2069 (jim.fraser@strath.ac.uk)

For an application pack visit Vacancies at our website: www.strath.ac.uk, tel: 0141 553 4133 (24 hour voicemail service) quoting ref: JA62/2007.

Closing date for all applications: 15 June 2007.