21st June 2021

We are offering four internships  based in the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR), a collaboration involving four partner universities (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Strathclyde). The posts will be administratively based within the School of Social & Political Sciences, University of Glasgow, but the post-holders will work across the partner institutions.

In support of SCCJR’s objectives, we are offering four internships for current postgraduate students at SCCJR institutions.

One internship (Position 1, Web Intern) will contribute to the redesign and redevelopment of the SCCJR website, involving engagement with past and present members and Associates of SCCJR, as well as International Affiliates

A second internship (Position 2, External Engagement) will support the work of the SCCJR’s external engagement portfolio on topics such as hate crime, criminal justice under covid, and trans rights, involving liaison with external stakeholders

The third internship (Position 3, International Networks) will support the internationalisation portfolio by developing workshops and events in support of SCCJR’s commitment to global and comparative criminology, decolonial imperatives, and international networks

The fourth internship (Position 4, Research Development) will work with the SCCJR Director to assist in the fostering of research collaborations between members of SCCJR in response to timely issues and current funding calls.

As part of the SCCJR team, interns will also contribute to the delivery of outputs such as publications, web content and a variety of events, such as lectures, seminars and academic roundtables. Interns will provide flexible support (up to a maximum of 8 hours per week) for a period of six months.

For more information on how to apply please visit jobs.ac.uk