Lecturer Salary from £33,797 p.a
Senior Lecturer Salary from £39,152 p.a The level of appointment would be determined by the selection panel following an interview. We are deeply proud of our academic community. Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is a diverse and dynamic learning environment, defined by a shared sense of respect for all its people. Our mission is to be bold, to do the right things and to change lives, and our academics are key to realising those goals. Their work continues to reinforce our credentials as an award-winning university, and a research centre of excellence. Our continued success — underpinned by the number of prestigious national awards we’ve won — has hinged on two commitments: forging excellent partnerships around the world and harnessing the talents of all our people. We secured a ‘Gold’ rating in the government’s Teaching Excellence Framework; received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for our pioneering research; and in 2018, we were the first UK university to sign the Social Mobility Pledge, further demonstrating our commitment to ensuring ‘success for all’. NTU is a university at the peak of its powers, but we know we can still go even further. That’s why we’re now looking for new, passionate, ambitious people to join our community. If you are in the early stages of an academic career and are considering joining NTU, then our Early Career Academic Development Programme could be just right for you. If you are considering joining NTU as a Senior Lecturer you will benefit from our Senior Lecturer Career Framework, which recognises and rewards you based on your performance, contribution and achievement, and offers the opportunity of faster salary progression compared to the industry average. The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Nottingham Trent University is more than an academic pursuit. By working through our staff, students, graduates, and external partners and beyond the confines of the university, we actively seek to make a positive and lasting difference to the communities we are part of. Our large inter-disciplinary team is committed to shaping knowledge, policy and practice through highly rated courses and an outstanding reputation for theoretically informed, applied research. The Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Criminal Justice will compliment and support the existing academic team at Mansfield. The post holder will be required to deliver modules under the banner of Criminal Justice, they must also have proven experience in designing learning in a variety of contexts including face to face and a blended delivery methodology. The post holder will also support the Course Leader for Criminal Justice and the Principal Lecturer in Policing and International Law Enforcement in their collaborative work with partner agencies and support the academic team with the delivery and assessments for the foundation degree in Criminal Justice The ideal candidate will have served as a practitioner within policing, probation, youth work/justice or as an academic with substomatal experience in delivering criminology associated to the above-mentioned fields. Candidates applying for this role must have either a degree and have or be willing to work towards a teaching qualification within suitable timescales of appointment. The candidate will also be expected to work. Interview Date: To be confirmed If you have specific queries in relation to this role, please contact Phil Rudkin Principal Lecturer for Policing and International Law Enforcement, on 0115 8485570 via email email@example.com NTU prides itself on being an inclusive employer. We value and celebrate equality in opportunities, and we welcome applications from people who reflect the diversity of our communities. This role is open to non-UK/Irish applicants subject to current UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) rules. Please ensure that you have the appropriate right to work in the UK for this role and consult the Home Office website for further information. We’re proud of how far we’ve come. With a shared vision, we are a community of more than 4,000 colleagues, all committed to our goal of becoming ‘the university of the future’. Do you have the passion to help us to go even further? www.ntu.ac.uk Please note that this role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and successful applicants will be asked to declare any unspent criminal convictions.