Senior Lecturer in Policing

£42,155 - £51,805

Canterbury, Kent

Canterbury Christ Church University

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Senior Lecturer in Policing

Are you passionate about police education and keen to bring creative outside-the-box thinking and leadership to develop a policing curriculum that anticipates the challenges of the future policing environment?

Do you have a strong existing profile in policing research or a clear plan to develop one?

If yes, Canterbury Christ Church University’s School of Law, Policing and Social Sciences wants to hear from you!

We are seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Policing as the Course Director on our College of Policing accredited BSc (Hons) Professional Policing degree.

You will contribute to teaching and assessment, line-management within the Policing Team and have course-level responsibility for student experience, quality assurance and operational matters. Reporting directly to the School’s Director of Policing, you will work closely with other Course Directors across the suite of policing degrees, criminal justice and social science degrees offered within the School.

The post comes with the expectation to contribute to the School’s research and knowledge exchange activity, to build an active research profile, and work closely with the Director of Canterbury Centre for Policing Research to ensure close alignment between teaching and research. Candidates without existing postgraduate qualification will be supported to achieve this within the first couple of years in the role. The University also requires all senior lecturers to have FHEA status but recognising that applicants may come from a professional background, a commitment to gain this within 12 months of appointment will be acceptable.

Additional Information

Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to equality of opportunity, supporting and encouraging underrepresented groups as well as valuing diversity. We promote wider inclusion through our policies such as the Race Equality Charter, StoneWall for LGBT+ groups and the Disability Confident Scheme, guaranteeing an interview to all disabled candidates which meet the essential criteria for our roles.

We aim to create an inclusive working culture in which all employees feel valued. We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates, which are currently underrepresented throughout Canterbury Christ Church. We are committed to improving employment opportunities for ethnic minorities. We also welcome applications from LGB, Trans and Non-binary candidates. All applications decisions and progression opportunities through the University will be determined by personal merit only.


Advertiser: Direct Employer

Posted on: 2022-09-05 13:41:25

Reference: REQ03250