Last modification : Friday, May 12, 2023
The Leuven Institute of Criminology (LINC) was founded in 2007. It currently groups about 70 professors, researchers and assistants involved in criminological research and teaching. LINC forms part of the Faculty of Law and Criminology.
The junior researcher will mainly work on a PhD in the field of policing and security. This research might be about leadership and strategy formation within the police, but this is still to be decided by mutual agreement. The research will mainly use qualitative research methods, but might also include quantitative methods.
In addition to that, the junior researcher will, together with his/her colleagues, also provide support for various courses in the Bachelor of Criminology. These could be courses (in Dutch) on organisation-centered methods of the criminological intervention (C00A6A and C01A1B), but also the qualitative part of the three courses (in Dutch) in methodology (C00A2A, C00A3A and C00A4A). The junior researcher will also be involved in the supervision of master's dissertations and might be involved in other research projects within the research team.Profile
We offer an appointment as a full-time junior researcher (assistant).
This appointment is initially for two years, but can be renewed twice for an appointment period of max. six years in total.
This function is linked to a salary scale 43.
For more information please contact Prof. Dr. Jeroen Maesschalck, tel.: +32 16 32 55 58, mail: [email protected].
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