Additional Information: Help us shape the future of Youth provision at NTU
Youth 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 work of our team is expanding and we are looking for a new colleague to join us in taking forward our exciting plans for research and teaching. The successful applicant will be active members of our thriving research community, deliver core teaching on the undergraduate and postgraduate courses in youth justice and help us to shape future provision.
For this role candidates should have an understanding of the major subject areas within the Youth Justice discipline. Equally, an understanding of contemporary Youth Justice issues are vital for this role and the the future development of the delivery of this programme.
Detailed knowledge of one or more of the following areas to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Level is essential:
- Youth Justice Practice
- Youth Justice Policy
- Criminological Theory
Interview date – 16 August 2017
If you have any specific queries in relation to this position, please contact Dr Eric Baumgartner, Head of Sociology, via email email@example.com
Successful applicants will usually be appointed to the base of the advertised salary grade, except in justifiable circumstances.