Lecturer in Forensic Investigation and Criminology

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The School of Applied Sciences is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Criminology and Forensic Investigation who is able to successfully coordinate and deliver modules to undergraduate students from Foundation year to Masters level in these aligned subject areas.  The successful candidate would be responsible for the delivery of modules in criminology, criminal justice and crime investigation linked to the forensic evidence associated with a broad range of crimes.  Candidates will be able to apply their training and knowledge in criminology and forensic investigation to the design of curriculum content relevant for BSc/MSci Forensic Investigation and BSc/MSci Forensic Science with Criminology students, to ensure that students understand the types of intelligence, evidence and theories associated with different types of crime and the legal framework associated with investigation and offender management.

The successful candidate will be the module leader for each of the modules in this suite, being involved in teaching, learning and assessment, quality review and enhancement, student performance reviews, and ensuring any professional body requirements are met, and will join a team of academic staff in the Forensic and Analytical Science subject area, who are involved in the education and skills training of a large number of students who are aiming to enter the world of work as forensic scientists or within roles in the criminal justice system.

This position is based at the Pontypridd (Glyntaff) Campus of the University of South Wales.

 

INTERVIEW DATE: 16th May 2018

Person Specification Document
Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Glyntaff Campus, Pontypridd
Categories
Academic
Salary
£34,520 - £39,992 per annum
Reference
U009330
Closing Date
27/04/2018
Job Description
RD1_New_Post_Lecturer_in_Forensic_Investigation_and_Criminology_160418.docx
Benefits and Rewards Information
HR_benefits_and_Rewards_E_and_above_2017.pdf

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