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Lecturer in Social Work

Applied Social Science
Salary:   £31,948 to £44,166
Closing Date:   Friday 22 June 2012
Interview Date:   Thursday 19 July 2012
Reference:  A437

The Department of Applied Social Science seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Social Work for three years in the first instance. Applications are invited from candidates keen to join a first class department that is home to scholars of both social work and criminology.

You will have A PhD (or award within 12 months) and relevant research experience.  You will also hold a qualification in social work and demonstrate a keen interest in the continuing professional development needs of the workforce.  All fields of social work practice will be considered.

You are expected to be research active, have excellent teaching abilities at PG level and have relevant administrative skills. Your Lectureship will have a specific remit to develop post-registration/postgraduate courses.

Please note this post can be offered at either Grde 7 or Grade 8.  You should state which grade of post you are applying for and base your application on the relevant job description and person specification.

This post is fixed term until 31 August 2015.

Informal enquiries may be made to the Head of Department, Dr Paul Iganski:  

The closing date for this job opportunity has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position

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