Lecturer/Preparatory Lecturer in Criminology (Violence)
GRADE 7 (PREPARATORY LECTURER) OR 8 (LECTURER) REF: ESPCH/105
£30,912 - £33,780 PA (PREPARATORY LECTURER)
£34,793 - £41,545 PA (LECTURER)
Criminology at the University of Salford has expanded rapidly since 2001, symbolised by the opening (in September 2007) of a single honours Criminology degree. A new degree in Law and Criminology is scheduled to start in September 2008 and will add to the range of joint degrees which combine Criminology with Sociology, Cultural Studies, Politics, Psychology or Journalism. At postgraduate level, Salford has an established MSc in Crime and Criminal Justice and new programmes in Human Rights and Terrorism (starting in 2008) which also incorporate modules with criminological research and thinking.
Within this expanding range of activity, violence is a key area of interest, as evidenced by both specialist modules and staff research projects. To bolster this expansion, the Sociology Subject Group is seeking to incorporate an additional staff member with expertise in both the general discipline of criminology and the specific field of violence.
Informal enquiries to Dr Chris Birkbeck on [log in to unmask] or 0161 295 6551.
Dr Megan E. O'Neill
Lecturer in Criminology
School of ESPaCH
University of Salford
Salford, Greater Manchester
Phone: 0161 295 5606
Fax: 0161 295 5077
Email: [log in to unmask]