Dear Colleagues


Please note the following vacancies at Nottingham Trent University have a closing date of this Sunday 23rd July:


Nottingham Trent University are seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Youth Studies

City Campus: Nottingham. Full-time, Fixed Term (1 Year); Salary Range 32,004 - 46,924 p.a; Closing Date: 23rd July, 2017.

For this role candidates should have an understanding of the major subject areas within the Youth Studies discipline. Equally, an understanding of contemporary youth practice issues are vital for this role and the future development of the delivery of this programme.

Follow this link for post details and contact [log in to unmask] with any informal enquiries.


Nottingham Trent University are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Youth Justice

City Campus: Nottingham. Full-time, Permanent; Salary Range 32,004 - 36,001 p.a; Closing Date: 23rd July, 2017.

The work of the Youth Justice team is expanding and seeking a new colleague to join the team in taking forward plans for research and teaching. The successful applicant will be encouraged to become an active member of the research community; deliver core teaching on the undergraduate and postgraduate courses in youth justice and help to shape future provision.

Follow this link for post details and contact [log in to unmask] with any informal enquiries.


Please do highlight these vacancies with any interested parties.


Best wishes


Paul Fenton PFHEA

Principal Lecturer in Youth Studies

Visiting Professor, Staffordshire University, Creative Communities Unit

Support and Development Officer, TAG: The Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work

Advisor to the Youth Fund, Paul Hamlyn Foundation


Nottingham Trent University

Department of Sociology

School of Social Sciences

College of Business, Law & Social Sciences

Room 3107, Chaucer Building

Goldsmiths Street, Nottingham NG1 5LT


Phone:   +44 (0) 115 848 5537

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