Lecturer in criminology at THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE AUSTRALIA

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Newcastle University is an equal opportunity employer committed to equity, diversity and social inclusion. Women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are especially encouraged to apply.

  • Continuing full-time role
  • Join a leading school with innovative and supportive leaders
  • Based at Newcastle City Campus

Bring your passion for delivering excellence in teaching and research to this newly created role.

Our vision of becoming a world-class university for our regions will require passion and perseverance. We can’t do it without you.

We are looking for people to join our university – to bring their exceptional teaching to our region and to bring their research impact to the world with us.

As one of the top 200 universities in the world and the first university in the world to partner for a sustainable future, we are proud educators grounded in the needs of our community. We are driven by our inclusive approach and are proud of our five-star rating for social equity.

Be part of something bigger

Newcastle Law School is Australia’s leading clinical law school.

Criminology recently moved to Newcastle Law School, which has one of the highest graduate employment rates in the country, excellent teaching staff and a world-class justice-focused research programme. We run our own community legal center and our students can gain a wealth of experience helping real people solve real-world criminological and legal problems.

We offer innovative criminological and legal education, incorporating interdisciplinary and internationally focused experiential learning. Through a top-notch, research-driven education, we integrate the study and practice of criminology and law.

The role

  • Work in all areas of academic activity: education, research and engagement
  • Be part of an innovative team, where you will use demonstrated skills in blended learning
  • Developing and fostering research skills in criminology
  • Develop high-quality, student-centered undergraduate and postgraduate education and conduct high-impact research
  • Contribute positively to a culture of innovation and experience for students to engage and work with industry on challenging research problems

This continuing position is full-time and will be located at the Newcastle City Campus (Awabakal and Worimi ground).

How will you be part of our community?

  • Have a passion for teaching and a commitment to social justice, with a proven track record in self-employment and prioritizing providing adaptive teaching methods, such as online teaching and demonstrating tutorials online line
  • Be able and willing to engage with external stakeholders and work collegially as a team
  • Demonstrate a track record of research excellence in a field aligned with research strengths in criminology and/or law with the ability to secure external funding
  • Possess a PhD or equivalent qualification in criminology in addition to relevant undergraduate qualifications is essential

How will we support you?

The compensation for this position is $103,221 + 17% superannuation.

The University is committed to being a leader in family-friendly work environments.

For more information on our benefits (such as flexible working, discounts on private health insurance and gym memberships and salary packages), please visit: https://www.newcastle.edu .au/about-uon/jobs-at-uon/benefits -at a glance

Let’s be part of something bigger together.

Please visit http://www.newcastle.edu.au/about-uon/jobs-at-uon/job-vacancies/application-process/submitting-your-application for a guide on how to apply for a position. Please note that you will be asked to add all documents in PDF format in the only upload box during the application form.

your app must include (in a single document, preferably PDF):

  • Your ORCID ID
  • A URL link to your university academic profile (or equivalent)
  • A cover letter ; describing your interest in the position, including contact information for at least three relevant references.
  • A statement addressing essential and desirable criteria as outlined in the attached job description (4 pages maximum)
  • Your CV, which must be a maximum of five pages and be succinct and appropriate to the discipline.

For more information about the position, contact Associate Professor Xanthé Mallett on 02 4921 5488 or email [email protected]

Please click here to access the Job Description.

Difficulties ? Please contact us:[email protected]

Closing Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2022 at 11:59 p.m.

We are excited to look into the future with you

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