Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Policing
School of Law, Policing and Forensics
Location: Stoke campus
Salary: £34,804 to £49,553 per annum pro rata
Tenure: Part time Permanent
Release Date: Wednesday 09 June 2021
Closing Date: Sunday 11 July 2021
Interview Date: Monday 02 August 2021
Who is Staffordshire University?
Staffordshire University is an award-winning institution with over 100 years'
experience in delivering excellent higher education. Our main Stoke-on-Trent
campus is located in the heart of the UK, with Centres of Excellence located
in the towns of Stafford and Shrewsbury.
After a highly successful year in 2019, which included entering THE World
University rankings for the first time, securing TEF Gold, and climbing in all
the league tables, our University has constantly expanded its physical
presence through new and industry-leading building developments and
facilities. Looking towards our 2030 strategy, we are now transforming
specific business processes to improve the student experience and integrate a
wider feeling of inclusion and safety for our on-campus community.
About the role
We are seeking a brilliant, friendly, ambitious and inspirational person to
join the Policing team in the Department of Criminology, Policing and Forensic
Science as a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (dependent on experience) in
Policing. We are seeking someone with an investigative background, which could
be related to police investigations or investigations conducted by any other
investigative agency or organisation.
We deliver two very successful traditional undergraduate courses: BSc (Hons)
Professional Policing (our College of Policing accredited pre-join degree)
and BSc (Hons) Policing and Criminal Investigation. Increasingly the Police
engage with partner agencies on criminal investigations, so we are extending
the scope of the BSc (Hons) Policing and Criminal Investigation to reflect
the growing complexity of multi-agency investigations. Applicants will
therefore have knowledge and experience of conducting investigations. Ideally,
applicants will also be able to evidence knowledge of, and involvement in,
digital aspects of investigations and have a broad awareness of cybercrime.
The successful applicant will work well within a team and will possess
excellent communication skills. The successful applicant will be expected to
work towards a teaching qualification.
For an informal discussion about this role please contact:
Dr Lauren Metcalfe - Lauren.Metcalfe@staffs.ac.uk Course Director for Policing
Dr Jo Turner - firstname.lastname@example.org Head of Department Criminology, Policing
and Forensic Science
In return for your dedication we have a competitive benefits package
Competitive incremental rates of Pay
Starting from 29 days Annual Leave (depending on job grade) plus 11 days
Bank Holiday and Discretionary days
Excellent Pension Scheme
Access to continued professional and personal development
An opportunity to become part of the wider University community
Access to an Employee Assistance Programme
Discounted Health & Fitness Facilities on site at the Stoke Campus
Discounted Travel by Rail or Bus, with the option of season tickets loans
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